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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 October 14 to 17, 2015


Rodin – Metamorphoses
This exhibition features masterpieces like the 200 or so figures fleeing The Gates of Hell, a work Rodin was to draw from for the rest of his career, and The Walking Man.
May 30 to October 18, 2015

Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
An opportunity to discover the latest trends in contemporary photography, video and lens based art.
September 10 to October 11, 2015


Black & Blue Festival
This world renowned party rocks Montréal’s downtown with music, multimedia shows and more.
October 7 to 13, 2015

Festival du nouveau cinéma
This Festival has been committed to highlighting and contributing to the development of new trends in cinema and new media.
October 7 to 18, 2015


The Aztecs, People of the Sun
The exhibition presents the history of the magnificent city of Tenochtitlan, which the Aztecs founded in 1325.
May 29 to October 25, 2015


Gardens of Light
This fall, the Chinese and Japanese Gardens will be offering two brilliant experiences you’re sure to enjoy. At the Chinese Garden, it’s party time!
September 4 to October 30, 2015


Montréal Impact
The Montréal Impact is a professional soccer club playing in Major League Soccer (MLS).
March 3 to October 25, 2015

Montréal Alouettes
Come and cheer for the Montréal Alouettes, the 2010 Grey Cup Champions of the Canadian Football League.
October 12 and 18

Montréal Canadiens
The National Hockey League’s Montréal Canadiens, 24 time winners of the Stanley Cup, play their home games at the Bell Centre, which is open to visitors.
Season begins in October

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