It may be cold, but it’s cool, too. This week, Montréal is alive with the celebration of winter’s wonder, especially with the electrifying Igloofest outdoor dance party – but that makes the soul-warming indoor moments even more precious. Don’t miss the latest exhibitions, dance performances and live music shows. Outdoor fun Igloofest tops the charts of outdoor entertainment with its second weekend, featuring a mass of amazing DJs, including the spontaneous orchestrations of Germany’s Loco Dice and the heavy, hip-hop inflected tracks of Belgium’s Dave Luxe. Local acts include Enfants Malins, Da-P Dabeatx and Nick Wisdom, if you’re looking to move to Québec’s particular party sound. Parc Jean-Drapeau is a snowy haven of family activities during the Fête des neiges de Montréal, where the kids can skate, zip-line, slide, dog-sled and so much more. Get active alongside them and reward yourself with a feast from one of the food trucks. Or, in the Olympic Village, skate, go on sleigh rides or catch some live music all for free, as the Winter Village continues to emanate its charm. The free outdoor skating rink is one of the best maintained in the city, and what an impressive view! Cozy culture The latest, greatest show… / Read More →
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With the crisp cold air and the bright shining sun, it’s easy to see the magical aspect of Montréal in the winter these days. It’s time to take full advantage of this world of extremes, where days of playing in the snow at Parc Jean-Drapeau or ice fishing in the Old Port give way to toasty warm evenings in a theatre or at a show bar. Winter wonderland The winter’s most amazing dance party is finally back for its 2015 edition: Igloofest lights up the nights in the Old Port for four consecutive weekends starting on January 16. If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to dance the night away in -20 degree weather, now’s your chance! It’s even more fun than you can imagine. Check the site for the schedule and meeting place. If you like your outdoor time a little more mellow, head to the Old Port to try your hand at ice fishing – but make sure you reserve, it’s really popular. Or bring the whole family over to Parc-Jean Drapeau over four weekends starting on January 17, where the Fête des Neiges de Montréal turns the park into a snowy fun fair with activities including ice sculpting, skating, dog-sledding, zip-lining, along with a disco tube… / Read More →
A slower summer vibe pervades the city in August, yet there’s still so much to do, from hard-rock and blues music festivals to world-class sports competitions to sampling the best in Montreal-made gourmet food.
The city begins to sparkle with holiday spirit this week as rock, classical and electro music festivals light up the night, the Santa Claus Parade comes to town, one film festival ends and another begins, circus and dance delight all ages, and holiday fairs give us another reason to shop.
The Easter long weekend sees Montreal relaxing as much as gearing up for springtime with plenty of things to keep everyone happy, whether you’re looking for delicious meals, kids’ entertainment, or the latest in arts and cultural happenings…