The word “summer” is always music to our ears in Montréal, and not just because of the impending warming of the weather. Here is your July guide to Montréal summer music festivals: The Montréal International Jazz Festival, from June 29 to July 9, needs little introduction, but heck, we’ll do it anyway: the planet’s greatest, grandest jazz fest representing numerous genres turns 37 this year with hundreds and hundreds of concerts representing numerous genres including some 300 free outdoor shows that inundate downtown Montréal with a flood of music-loving merriment. If the big city scene isn’t necessarily to your summertime tastes, treat yourself to a scenic, 45-minute drive to St-André-d’Argenteuil. The town’s historic Carillon Park will play host to a brand beatin’ new electronic music fest with the catchy acronym AIM (i.e., “Art Innovation Movement”) fromJuly 15-17. Promising an immersive experience for all electronic music fans in the shadow of the massive, monolithic monuments marking the location of the Battle of Long Sault, the Montreal AIM Electronic Music Festival offers a literal breath of fresh air when it comes to the electro-fest experience. Dozens of top-tier EDM artists are on tap for the non-stop, 32-hour dance party, and camping onsite… / Read More →
Results for Igloofest electronic festival
Igloofest turns every weekend from January 16 to February 8 into a reason to go out and party no matter what the weather is like. Now in its 8th year, the outdoor electronic music festival once again transforms the Old Port’s Jacques-Cartier Quay into an open-air club, complete with beat-driven music, high-tech visuals and smiling crowds.