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Montreal, one of the most popular metropolitan centers and second-largest city in Canada, is the emblem of European sophistication set against North American landscape. Every attraction in Montreal speaks of a place at once both vibrantly modern and charmingly quaint. There are annual Jazz concerts, hockey games, circuses, and hundreds of other free events and festivals year-round. A trip to Montreal proves that the best things in life are within your reach, sure to delight, and often absolutely free. read more »

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  • August happily arrives in Montreal to the tune of Osheaga’s three-day outdoor music festival alongside even more festivals filling the city with music, film, good food, and a fair amount of dancing in the streets… (sunshine & music) The massively popular and music-filled Osheaga festival packs the weekend with some of the best indie-rock, hip hop and electro music around – hear international Outkast, Skrillex, Jack White, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Arctic Monkeys, Lorde, The Replacements and more great international and local bands on six different stages at Parc Jean-Drapeau. LGBT festival Divers/Cité adds glam and dance beats to the Old Port’s Jacques Cartier Quay with Vendredi Tribal on August 1, a Sunset Party with Misstress Barbara and more on August 2, a Sunday afternoon Brazilian carnival followed by La Grande Danse finale show and dance party. Meanwhile, the MEG festival launches its annual MEG Boat on Saturday night, making waves to 3am with UK techno producer Benjamin Damage, French duo Acid Arab, DJ Marty McFly and DJ AKTA. (outdoor fun & food) Dozens of the city’s new food trucks gather for First Fridays at Olympic Park – sample gourmet fare from some of the city’s best chefs and street food with... / Read More →The post Things to Do in Montreal: August 1-7 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to Do in Montreal: August 1-7
  • Montreal’s massive outdoor music festival Osheaga seems to outdo itself every year, impressing music lovers not only with big-name bands but with up-and-coming talent from the city’s own rock ‘n’ roll hotbed… Thousands of fans are ready for Osheaga to live up to its headliner hype once again this year. From August 1-3 at Parc Jean-Drapeau, the fest’s main stages boast Outkast, Skrillex, Jack White, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Arctic Monkeys, Lorde, The Replacements and many more stars – yet a short walk through the festival’s forest-like site might just result in a musical discovery to talk about for years to come. Just as Arcade Fire skyrocketed from humble local beginnings, so might the Montreal musicians playing Osheaga this year – you never know when you’ll see a star on the rise. Some choice Montreal bands do grace the main stages with their presence: Sam Roberts Band gets ready to entertain fans with songs new and now-classics on Friday evening while Dear Frederic gives us a reason to get there early on Friday afternoon, and Half Moon Run makes Sunday evening even sweeter. Thankfully Osheaga’s programming makes it easy to grab a drink and some food from one of many food trucks stationed... / Read More →The post Osheaga Goes Off the Beaten Path with Montreal Bands and More appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Osheaga Goes Off the Beaten Path with Montreal Bands and More
  • Get to know Montreal’s blues-infused rock and folk music at FestiBlues, four hot August nights of live performances outdoors in the park and late into the night at several nearby bars and restaurants… One of the city’s most laid-back, family-friendly summer music fests, FestiBlues International de Montreal sets the bar high for good times once again in its 17th edition, August 7-10 at Ahuntsic Park (just steps away from Henri-Bourassa metro station) and in the surrounding neighbourhood, where French and English-language music meet up to create a truly unique event. Whether you’re familiar with the artists playing FestiBlues or not, the extremely affordable ticket price of $7 a night or $18 for all four evenings can’t be beat – as a bonus for families, kids 12 years old and under get in for free. Discover new music and hang out with local fans from 6pm on, starting with Thursday night’s star-studded line-up: pop-rock singer-songwriter Oliver Charles kicks the show off, followed by this year’s La Voix (Quebec’s version of TV show The Voice) fave Marie-Eve Fournier,  Québécois slam hip-hop team David Goudreault and Matthieu Lippé, and the dance-party electro-pop grooves of Misteur Valaire. Friday night begins with charming singer-guitarist Carlos Veiga,... / Read More →The post The Blues Rocks the Park at FestiBlues International appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    The Blues Rocks the Park at FestiBlues International
  • To say that Montreal is a creative city is like saying that Paris is kinda pretty. This city is an idea volcano in constant eruption, with generation upon generation of artists, authors, actors and acrobats producing new madness every day. One of our strongest arts: fashion design, because of some great local fashion schools and, let’s not mince words, Montrealers’ native sense of style. C’mon, it’s famous. Here’s a list of our go-to made-in-Quebec labels, with deets on where you can get their wares to take home… YE OLDE GUARD Classics become so for a reason: Philippe Dubuc has been a reference point for incredible suits for her and him for a couple of decades now, (find them at 417 St-Pierre), while Marie Saint Pierre is the matron saint of dramatic, comfortable yet commanding designs (she has a boutique at 2081 de la Montagne and in the Rockland shopping centre). Denis Gagnon is the king of textures – think velvet, fur, wool, satin, lame and leather. (His store is at 170B St-Paul W.) PRETTY DRESSES Eve Gravel is a local favourite for how wearable and adaptable and creative her sophisticated designs are (you’ll find them at Unicorn, at 5135 Saint Laurent, among other places).... / Read More →The post Designed in Québec appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Designed in Québec
  • What food can you eat by the dozen and not feel guilty about? Served with bubbles or a fine wine, oysters are a favourite choice on any apéro menu. There is no better way to end a busy day and kick off the weekend than with a dozen or two, or three of these bad boys on ice… If there’s one thing that we Montrealers take seriously, it’s Celine Dion; but if there were another thing that we take just as seriously, it’d be oysters – (we have a weekend long festival dedicated to it in the autumn.) Here are some phenomenal places around the city to satiate your oyster cravings. Located in the downtown area, Le Pois Penché (1230 boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest) is one the best places to get your oyster fix. Modeled and inspired by a traditional Parisian brasserie, this place offers a menu of classic dishes but what stands out the most is their awesome raw-bar. Dozens upon dozens of oysters shucked to order right in front of you, the view is delicious whether you’re facing the bar or people watching on their terrasse. Located in the trendy Southwest borough of the city, Le Richmond (377... / Read More →The post Where to get the best oysters in Montreal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Where to get the best oysters in Montreal

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