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Things to do in Montréal: January 9 to 15

The New Year creates a buzz in the air that’s electrifying – it’s like a new world of possibilities just opened up in front of you. Whether or not you’re into resolutions, taking in more entertainment is always a good thing. And is Montréal ever ready to oblige! This week we’ve got light shows, dance shows and rock shows to start 2015 off on the right foot. Let it snow Get a unique sense of the city in all its wintry wonder with a Fitz & Follwell outdoor adventure, like the Winter in the Park tour. Start by ice skating on Parc La Fontaine’s pretty outdoor rink, then stroll and learn about the Plateau’s rich history before stopping for a snack and a glass of wine (or hot cocoa). If you love skating, come to the Old Port of Montréal at dusk for one of the beautiful musical evenings, starting at 6 p.m., when you can skate under the twinkling lights with a view on the city on one side, and the St. Lawrence on the other. Or then again, maybe ice fishing is you’re your thing? Check out the annual Ice Fishing Village while you’re there! Luminothérapie continues at Quartier des Spectacles,… / Read More →

Music, Food & More Outside at Marché Des Possibles

This summer, Montreal’s Mile End neighbourhood – known for its fresh-out-of-the-oven bagels, laid-back cafes and a significant population of musicians and artists – celebrates summer in its own eclectic style with the addition of Pop Montreal’s Marché des Possibles outdoor market…

Things to do in Montreal: July 11-17

As mid-July arrives in Montreal, the city streets fill with music, comedy, circus performances and outdoor markets alongside many ways to relax right downtown, in the parks and at the beach…

Live for Love on Valentine’s Day in romantic Montreal

Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year, Montreal sets its sights on a long weekend of love. Walk down snow-covered cobblestone streets, turn a plush hotel room into a romantic getaway, spur the senses with dining and chocolate, and find something swoon-worthy to do around every turn…

Things to Do in Montreal: December 6-12

The city lights up indoors and out this week with a sparkling public art exhibition along with giant Christmas trees, illuminated skating rinks, sports competitions and films, and delightful dance, theatre, and live music…

Music, Food & More at Montréal en Lumière 2014

For 15 years, Montréal en Lumière has brightened the dark days of February with free outdoor entertainment, an array of gourmet food, theatrical delights and live music. This year, the winter festival welcomes rock legends Chicago, violinist Joshua Bell, top chefs such as Patrick Mould, an Aussie circus troupe, and more from February 20 to March 2…

Things to Do in Montreal: July 26–August 1

It may be the end of July, but Montreal hasn’t slowed down for summer’s dog days yet: comedy festivals Just For Laughs and Zoofest add high and hilarious energy to the city; free outdoor entertainment, from theatre to dance to fireworks and live music, goes on in the parks and downtown; and film festivals and rock shows help keep everything cool…

Piknic Electronik 2013: DJs and Dancing outdoors

Summer is such a glorious time in Montreal that as soon as the first day of spring is here, thoughts can’t help but turn to perfect summer days: hot, sunny, a slight breeze to take the edge off. With this year’s first Piknic Electronik only a month away, some of those thoughts might even be of Sunday afternoons spent dancing in the open air with hundreds of other people…

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL: MARCH 15-21

The middle of March in Montreal might be the perfect time to get our springtime engines revving, what with the city’s famed Saint Patrick’s Day parade (and associated celebrations), the height of sugaring-off season (mmm, maple syrup), and a new season of entertainment and live music in seemingly every venue in town…