There is always something to do in Montreal from arts and theatre to movies to concerts to trade shows to nightclub events. We put together Montreal events from August 1, 2012. Feel free to browse our Montreal events calendar.
Also displayed are the waste-objects provided by well-known personalities including Margie Gillis, George Stroumboulopoulos and Rick Mercer.
VivaVoce is a vocal ensemble dedicated to the highest-calibre performance of classical repertoire from all periods in uniquely entertaining "commentated concerts.
Exhibit of nearly 200 crèches from over 100 countries. A section is dedicated to Quebec’s nativity scenes. Also don't miss the exhibit on the Holy Family!
"Mr Van Horne's Coat" tells the story that happened to the President of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Aires Libres, an eco-artistic happening, magically turns Sainte-Catherine Street East into a pedestrian zone and creates an ideal setting for strolling and interacting with artists of different disciplines.
A cherished Spanish tradition, the Falla is an immense fanciful sculpture which, like the traditional Saint-Jean bonfire, is set aflame during a ritual and festive celebration.
The Fête des enfants is a place for self-expression and creation for children and their families, and offers concerts and dance shows as well as creative and athletic workshops, cooperative games and inflatable structures.
Come admire a wonderful selection of beads of many kinds, including semi-precious stone, seed beads, silver and pearls, jewellery and beading supplies from exhibitors hailing from across Canada.
The “Main” mixes arts in the street in an exhilarating event! Free shows, a dynamic atmosphere and talented artists at work are part of the program of this pre-back-to-school party.
The Montréal Fashion and Design Festival will once again take over the city's renowned and prestigious McGill College Avenue with its rich and diversified program.