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What’s on in Montréal

An incredible cultural effervescence infuses entertainment venues, among the best in the country, and spills out into the streets, home to major international events and a host of free shows.

Please visit our site for the complete calendar of events during your stay in Montréal

Looking for something to do that’s a bit off the beaten path? Want to see what’s on Montréal’s stages and screens tonight or tomorrow? Visit La Vitrine, Montréal’s last-minute ticket source for lots of fabulous entertainment ideas!

Calendrier des événements
From June 15 to 26, 2016

Arts

Pompei

www.mmfa.qc.ca
For the first time in Montreal, an exhibition is devoted to Pompeii and Herculaneum, its neighbouring city.
February 7 to September 5, 2016

HISTORY

Aires Libres

www.aireslibres.com
All summer long, Sainte Catherine Street turns into a pedestrian zone for artists and visitors between Berri and Papineau Streets.
From May to September

Les FrancoFolies de Montréal

www.francofolies.com
Thousands of artists from a dozen countries meet up in North America largest Francophone city.
June 10 to 18, 2016

Montreal Chamber Music Festival

www.festivalmontreal.org
This festival highlights the joys of classical music, jazz, and more in the historic St. George’s Church.
Annually in June

St Ambroise Montréal Fringe Festival

www.montrealfringe.ca
This festival features the most unconventional play, music or a dance shows by some 100 artists from here and abroad.
Annually in June

SPORTS

Montréal Alouettes

www.montrealalouettes.com
Come and cheer for the Montréal Alouettes, the 2010 Grey Cup Champions of the Canadian Football League.
Annually from June to November

Montreal Impact

www.impactmontreal.com
The Montréal Impact is a professional soccer club playing in Major League Soccer (MLS).
Annually from March to October


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