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Things to Do in Montreal: May 30–June 5

See more of the city and its entertainment scene this week, whether walking in the sunshine through Old Montreal and downtown, where live music and theatrical performances proliferate, or biking across town in the Tour de l’Île and Tour la Nuit urban cycling events…

FrancoFolies: the biggest music festival in the French-speaking world!

Though it’s the second-largest French-speaking city on the planet after Paris, Montreal is nevertheless top dog when it comes to celebrating francophone music, boasting the biggest music festival in the French-speaking world in the form of the annual FrancoFolies de Montréal…

10 Musical #MTLMOMENTS

Montreal loves music. Incredible music talents were born here, and artists from around the world love coming here. Montreal has some awesome music festivals this summer including Mutek, FrancoFolies, Jazz Fest, Osheaga, Heavy Montreal, Pop Montreal, and even the One Man Band Festival. Get pumped for a summer full of sweet sounds by checking out these 10 musical #MTLMOMENTS…

Things to do in Montreal this Spring 2014

Spring has arrived in Montreal! And while the city keeps winter bright and busy with colourful light installations, arts and culture festivals and an array of winter sports, there’s nothing like the exuberance of spring and Montreal’s many and varied April and May activities…

Drinks, dancing and dinner at the Casino de Montréal

Freshness, vitality, reinvention, excitement and confidence – just a few of the things you’d expect to get in any kind of makeover. And for their all-encompassing, 4-year, $305 million makeover, the Casino de Montréal got all of these things in, well, spades… Completely reimagined gaming and entertainment areas were central to the comprehensive re-conception of the Casino de Montréal, and after that the sky was the limit. Almost literally. For example, located in the very centre of the redesigned Casino, surrounded by three massive mid-air structures supporting relaxation areas, is a 21-metre tall, 48-screen multimedia installation displaying original video content courtesy of Montreal-based light and sound magicians Moment Factory. It’s an immersive sensory experience like no other, and is representative of the meticulous attention to ambiance throughout. Indeed, atmosphere is key to the re-think. Look no further than the Casino’s new dining areas: four different styles, four different atmospheres. The à la carte resto Le Montréal offers three settings – the atelier du chef, the lounge and the côté urbain – for reinvented classics, as well as an amazing, river-front view of the city skyline. The Pavillon 67 features a gourmet buffet while AJIA boasts a range of flavourful Asian… / Read More →

The Art of Music at the MMFA’s Bourgie Hall

Art and music intertwine at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, host to almost 100 concerts every year at one-of-a-kind concert venue Bourgie Hall, where music lovers mingle with art connoisseurs to hear classical and contemporary chamber music that traverses the centuries and the globe…

Pop Montreal Beyond the Music: Art, Film & More

Along with welcoming hundreds of musical acts this year, from the soulful pop of The-Dream to the avant-garde sound of Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, the 12th edition of international music festival Pop Montreal, September 25-29, hosts informal talks with musicians, showcases thought-provoking film and visual art, offers activities specifically for kids, and expands its fashion show and made-in-Montreal craft fair…

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: DECEMBER 21-JANUARY 1

The last week of the year is going to be a good one in Montreal, whether you’re looking for a relaxing home-away-from-home vacation or a week of glitzy shows and New Year’s Eve parties – or both, because Montreal certainly isn’t going to make you choose…

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: NOVEMBER 23-29

Several music legends grace Montreal this week: Neil Young, Patti Smith, Leonard Cohen, Gilberto Gil, and well, more recent legend Justin Bieber. Whether you’re in town to see any of them or simply here to take in the plentiful sights, sounds and good food, there’s also plenty of entertainment for all ages at holiday fairs, on stage and screen, and out in the streets…

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: JANUARY

Montreal has many secrets – rendez-vous locations, after-hours parties – but let me tell you a secret about winter in Montreal: it’s really not that bad. Oh, there was a time when winter in Montreal meant a certain amount of suffering, but these days, well, we have the technology to not only stay warm but to stay highly entertained. January alone features weekends of outdoor dance parties, the opening of an ice hotel (and bar), family fun in the snow, new contemporary art, wild theatre, dance and live music to warm the soul…