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 July 15, 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!
One of the most original musical events in Montréal, this free festival takes place on Sundays, near the monument to Sir George-Étienne Cartier and in Mount Royal Park's surrounding green spaces
Tom Wesselmann is one of the three great American Pop artists. And yet, of all the major American artists of his generation initially associated with the Pop Art movement, Wesselmann is the only one who has not been the subject of a major retrospective.
MONTRÉAL COMPLÈTEMENT CiRQUE features shows large and small, from in-theatre performances to big-top spectacles, with breathtaking performances from more than 100 circus artists from Belgium, Germany, Spain, Canada and Wales.
Known for its unique atmosphere and quality of programming, Festival International Nuits d’Afrique de Montréal presents music and culture from Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America.
A veritable festival of Asian colours and rhythms, as Chinese, Indian, Japanese and other folk groups take the stage.
Downtown Montreal throbs to the beat of Sainte-Catherine Celebrates, the largest sidewalk sale in Canada.