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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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  • Spring and sunshine come together this week in Montreal for Easter brunches and concerts, hockey playoffs, internationally-acclaimed art, theatre, film and dance, and a wide world of live music… (spring thaw) Along with this weekend’s Easter egg hunts and Sunday brunches, from classic to scrumptious to exotic and creative, excitement permeates the Montreal air as the NHL Playoffs begin with the Canadiens playing the Tampa Lightning at the Bell Centre on April 20 and 22. Get your sugar fix until the end of the month as sugaring-off season keeps the maple syrup flowing at one of the city’s sugar shacks and make sure to try some of the city’s favourite maple treats. Go green with a visit to the Botanical Garden and the Butterflies Go Free event, and check out more than 300 electric vehicles during Journées Branchez-Vous, April 18-19 at beautiful Parc Jean-Drapeau. Find something new, colourful and creative to wear for spring at Montreal designer Les Enfants Sauvage cocktail party and sale on April 18, featuring bands, DJs and fashion, at Espace Projet, 5-9 p.m. And the Philharmonic Society of Montréal heralds in spring with a choral and orchestral concert of Verdi’s Requiem at Église Saint Jean-Baptiste on April 18, while conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin... / Read More →The post Things to Do in Montreal: April 18-24 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to Do in Montreal: April 18-24
  • Using a red hot #MTLMOMENTS Ferrari as bait, we pulled off a specular Montreal nightlife stunt by surprising three lucky duos from Toronto with an impromptu trip to Montreal for a wild weekend of food, drinks, dancing and fun… The winners (Brian & Timea, Meghan & Kate, Christopher & Christopher) got immediately whisked away on an Air Canada flight to Montreal- once they landed in la belle province they were put up in a luxury hotel, treated to a gourmet meal, and got VIP access to the city’s hottest club. Luxury Accommodation in Montreal: Brian & Timea checked into the Chateau Versailles, Chris & Chris to the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth, and Megan & Kate found their way to Hotel Place D’Armes. They only had a few moments to enjoy their suites, take a quick nap, and get dressed…Because their night of wining, dining and dancing in Montreal was set to begin! The Pre-Dinner Drinks: Nothing gets the gears greased up like a good “5 à 7” pre-dinner drink. In Montreal, it serves as the amuse-bouche for the entire evening. Brian & Timea hit the popular British-style pub Burgundy Lion, Meghan & Kate went to chic Suite 701 in the lobby of the... / Read More →The post #MTLMOMENTS Nightlife Stunt brings Toronto to Montreal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    #MTLMOMENTS Nightlife Stunt brings Toronto to Montreal
  • The 35th edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival lights up the city with hundreds of live music concerts, June 26 to July 6. Let our festival guide lead the way through some of the fest’s top-billing sweet sounds and an array of dining, shopping, late-night entertainment, and family-friendly options too… (music for days) If you’ve come to Montreal for the Jazz Fest, then you’re here for music and lots of it – and if your vacation happens to coincide with the festival, you’ll find that music will make its way into your schedule one way or another, especially with free outdoor shows on multiple stages at all hours for almost two weeks. Big names abound on the indoor stages, and tickets go fast – this year’s roster of luminaries includes the infamous Diana Ross in concert twice, three solo shows from Rufus Wainwright, vocal virtuoso Bobby McFerrin, Ben Harper in concert with bluesman Charlie Musselwhite, Canadian crooner Michael Bublé, trumpeter Tom Harrell playing alongside Esperanza Spalding, pianist Keith Jarrett in a solo concert, prolific musician and producer Daniel Lanois, Grammy-winning jazz singer Dianne Reeves, Trixie Whitley (daughter of the late soul-bluesman Chris Whitley), Daniel “Pipi” Piazzolla’s Escalandrum, British drummer Ginger... / Read More →The post Guide to the 2014 Montreal International Jazz Festival appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Guide to the 2014 Montreal International Jazz Festival
  • Montreal’s reputation as a hub for all things digital is about to become even more well-known with the launch of the first Montreal Digital Spring festival. The city’s digital arts and culture community – from artists to video game designers – unites to present 77 new cutting-edge experiences in electronic art and music… The Montreal Digital Spring brings together several of the city’s big-deal cultural events, including the second edition of the BIAN International Digital Arts Biennial, featuring a new audio-visual exhibition from Japanese artist-musician Ryoji Ikeda at the Musée d’art contemporain and multidisciplinary company Lemieux & Pilon’s 4D Art at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Electronic music and arts festival EM15 – a pairing of the ELEKTRA and MUTEK festivals as they both celebrate their 15th anniversaries – makes Place des Arts its headquarters at the end of May, while the Société des arts technologiques hosts an International Symposium on Immersive Creativity. As well, several galleries and museums hold diverse exhibitions on the digital arts: Phi Centre, Articule, Oboro, Studio XX, Vox, Galerie B-312, the Canadian Centre for Architecture, the Goethe Institute, Pointe-à-Callière history museum, Usine C, and ten of the city’s Maisons de la Culture, and Cinémathèque Québécoise. One of... / Read More →The post Montreal Digital Spring Electrifies appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Montreal Digital Spring Electrifies
  • Tourisme Montreal’s new six part webseries “Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached” recently premiered its first two episodes on LogoTV.com. Find out more about the places featured in Episodes 1 & 2 with this Queer MTL Travel Guide… Afternoon Lattes At Cafe Olimpico Rain or shine, Montrealers can be found hanging out at Cafe Olimpico (124 St-Viateur West) satisfying their caffeine cravings. Opened in 1970 by Rocco Furfaro, Cafe Olimpico has become both a landmark and one of the city’s best kept secrets. Drinks & Dinner at Saloon Round up a few friends and hit the Gay Village for drink and dinner. Saloon (1333 Sainte-Catherine East) has been open for 20 years, making it one of the Village’s long standing institutions. Trying to get through their cocktail menu in a single night is no easy feat, that’s why Saloon keeps people coming back for more! Tea & Breakfast at Byblos Le Petit Cafe Byblos (1499 Laurier East) is known around Montreal for their incredible feta omelette, authentic Middle Eastern teas, mouth watering jams, and massive lineup during brunch. Don’t expect to be seated right away, but when a table finally becomes free, feast! Vinyl & Vintage Shopping in The Mile End The... / Read More →The post Queer MTL Travel Guide: Montreal Boy Episodes 1 & 2 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Queer MTL Travel Guide: Montreal Boy Episodes 1 & 2

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