Fridays/Saturdays 10pm-3am at 950 rue Ottawa. 18+ dance party, concert/nightclub with terrace, DJs the likes of Thomas Gold, Steve Lawler, Mark Knight, Fedde LeGrand, Steve Angello, Junior Sanchez, Markus Schultz, Max Vangeli.
November 28 - December 8, 2013. 26th Annual GLBT independent film festival, at Cinéma du Parc, 3575 Park Avenue, and other locations. See website for more info.
March 27-30, 2014. FRI: Sauna Bear Beach Party at GI Joe Sauna + Welcome BBQ followed by Gummy Bear at STUD. SAT: Sugar Shack country music + Official Reception and Maple Syrup Night at Stud. SUN: VIP pre-sale at Priape + Farewll Brunch at Le Planète, and Lumberjacks Dean at Stud.
April 17-21, 2014, 18+ parties culminating in Sunday night mega-event from 9pm at Palais des congrès de Montréal --one of the most important electronic dance music events in North America. See previous years' videos on the website.
April 24 - May 18, 2014, The newest touring show creation opens in Montreal. Perhaps the best-known Quebec export, the show without compare still plays under the Grand Chapiteau at Quays of the Old Port of Montreal. Performances in Toronto August 28 - September 28, 2014.
June 11-15, 2014. Open-air art show in the Village representing the works of hundreds of artists, along the pedestrian-only rue Ste-Catherine E, between Saint-Hubert and Papineau. See their website for more details.
June 24, 2014. Annual Québec statutory holiday. Pagan festivals long celebrated Summer Solstice longest day with bonfires. In Catholic countries the old rites became associated with St John the Baptist. In Quebec it became their National Day, celebrated with enthusiasm and joy throughout the province. Montreal festivities are centered in parc Maisonneuve, with entertainment.
June 27 -July 6, 2014. Gigantic summer music celebration with 10 days of non-stop entertainment on 10 free outdoor stages in downtown Montreal. See website for previous years and the artist line-ups for 2014.
Mid-July, 2014 at 30+ venues around the city, most within walking distance of Metro stations Place-des-Arts, Saint-Laurent and Berri-UQAM. The Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal is the largest comedy festival in the world, attracting 1.25 million visitors every summer -- celebrating its 32nd anniversary in 2014!
July 28 - August 3, 2014 in Vieux-Port. Annual week-long community fair, queer arts & music festival celebrating diversity, sharing, solidarity & openness --music concerts, theater, drag performances, film, open air dance extravaganzas & performers.
June 21 through August 2, 2014. For nine summer Saturday nights the skies over Montreal are filled with fireworks displays each year from La Ronde on Île Sainte-Hélène - pyrotechnics by the masters of the art from countries around the world, each based on a theme.
August 11-17, 2014, annual week of festivities include Sunday Parade from Guy St, east on René-Lévesque Blvd, to Sanguinet St. This past year was followed by free mega T-Dance, open air in Place Emile-Gamelin. See their website for media & 2014 details.