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VIDEO: POP Montreal 2013: Thus:Owls, Secret Sun, Ango, Black Atlass and more

The 12th edition of Pop Montreal, the Montreal music festival made up of so much more than just music, was a whirlwind and we’ve got the video to prove it. From BBQs in the park to another incredible Puces Pop, from catching Thus:Owls and Secret Sun on the Ubisoft roof to ending the night with the incredible Ango and Black Atlass, we’re pretty exhausted but already looking forward to next year. See you there! Take advantage of your stay in Montreal with our Sweet Deal package filled with special offers valued at $500!  

Things to Do in Montreal: September 27-October 3

There’s no shortage of entertainment and creativity this week in Montreal, starting with the hot bands and equally hot people of music festival Pop Montreal, and moving into innovative international circus and dance shows, film screenings, and three days of free, family-friendly arts and culture activities at  Journées de la Culture…

Things to Do in Montreal: August 23–29

Even during some of summer’s most relaxing days, Montreal keeps the entertainment factor high. This week, visit a genuine New-France marketplace, see new films from internationally-acclaimed filmmakers, marvel at world-class art exhibitions, and rock out to live music…

Great moments from the 2013 Omnivore Food Festival in Montreal

Once again and for the second year in a row, the Omnivore World Tour food festival has just ended its 6-day stint in Montreal. Food demos, Damn Dinners and the Omnivorious party were all met with huge enthusiasm by Montrealers and visitors alike. I attended a few of the festivities and was happy to see a lot of happy people present at these remarkable and unique activities…

A Guide to Pop Montreal 2013

Montreal music festival Pop Montreal knows what’s going on in music today and has been sharing its insights for over a decade now. The festival returns for its 12th edition, September 25–29, with hundreds of shows from indie-rock to hip hop, along with art, film, chances to chat with festival musicians, and plenty of time to party…

Things to Do in Montreal: August 16–22

Montreal’s buzz word this week is “fun,” whether it comes in the form of live reggae, rock and classical music, gourmet food, films under the stars, dancing the tango or the electric slide, or a wild and colourful Pride Parade…

OSHEAGA 2013: A PHOTO GALLERY BY SUSAN MOSS

The 2013 edition of Osheaga attracted a record-setting 135,000 people to Parc Jean-Drapeau for three amazing days and nights of music. While the big name artists are what draws people to the festival, it’s the audience that really makes it come alive. This photo gallery, by photographer Susan Moss, is devoted to them…

Consequence of Sound writer Sasha Geffen shares her favourite #MTLMOMENTS

At Montreal’s three-day Osheaga festival, the metal stage barriers felt more artificial than any I’d ever been pressed against. I had just spent two weeks connecting with musicians, curators, and fellow fans; suddenly, the physical division separating me from the music I loved felt strange. In many ways, Osheaga was the perfect climax to my adventure through Montreal’s music community. I saw locals like Stars and Groenland perform and got to enjoy the work of the city’s visual artists around Parc Jean-Drapeau. But in another sense, the festival felt so much bigger than the place I had just immersed myself in. It was the meeting point of Montreal’s music and the music world at large…

Montreal Reggae Festival’s 10 year anniversary features Shaggy, Yellowman, Morgan Heritage and more

Whether dub or dancehall, reggae might just be the perfect music for August’s hot, sunny, chilled-out days. So it’s no surprise that the Montreal International Reggae Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary, August 16-18 outdoors in the Old Port of Montreal, with live music from Shaggy, Beenie Man, Morgan Heritage and many more, as well as activities for kids, a marketplace and delicious Caribbean food…

Guide to Festivals in Montreal

Montreal’s many festivals reach their peak during the summer months, yet the festival fun continues at high levels throughout the year. To help you plan, here’s Tourisme Montreal’s Guide to the city’s most entertaining, must-see festivals…