Every Monday except holidays at 1300 Sanguinet. Every Monday 2-7pm Drop in! + 7-9pm Discussion Group! Last Monday of the month 7-9pm Community Dinner! (open to friends and allies). First Monday of the month 7-9pm FTM/trans masculine drop in! For this year's annual ASTTeQ BBQ see: Facebook.
Friday + Saturday nights 9-11:30pm. Mado Lamotte welcomes guest such as: Nana De Grèce, Marla Deer, Gisèle Lullaby, Mona De Grenoble, and RV Métal. An 18+ show. Restaurant reservations accepted at email@example.com.
Weekends - the Queen of Montréal nights + Drag Superstar of Quebec with her girls! Also discover La Dînette à Mado, the new restaurant at Cabaret Mado. Reserve tables at:
Early April, 2021 (TBC). Annual THU-SUN events for bears, cubs + friends: Welcome Party, Sauna Bear Beach Party, dance event, Friday Mr.Bear MTL contest, Saturday bus to Sugar Shack Brunch w/ hot maple taffy on snow; Lumberjack Night + more. Sunday farewell brunch.
May 3, 2021, 4-5pm - every First MONDAY online. Uma Gahd will live stream a story hour for kids and kids at heart. Uma will keep your little ones entertained! Uma is a qualified early childhood educator and beloved wholesome drag artist in Montreal, so you know this will be kid friendly and appropriate. Hosted by House of Laureen, Uma Gahd, and House of Gahd. Next: June 7.
June 19-28, 2021 (TBC). For 10 summer nights each year the skies fill with fireworks displays from La Ronde on Île Sainte-Hélène; pyrotechnics by masters of the art from around the world, each based on an international theme.
June 23-24, 2021. Annual Québec statutory holiday. Pagan festivals long celebrated the Summer Solstice with bonfires. In Catholic countries rites became associated with St John the Baptist. Quebec's National Day, it is celebrated with joy throughout the province. Events over several days in different areas, with 2020 main center of focus at Parc Jean-Drapeau, Montréal.
June 26-29, 2021 (TBC). Gigantic summer music celebration, the 41st edition, with 10 days of non-stop entertainment on 10 free outdoor stages in downtown Montreal. See website for previous years, the artist line-ups for 2020, along with more performances throughout the year.
July - September, 2021. Activities take place all summer long, past year in virtual and physical form: 4 ACTIVITIES / 60 ARTISTS and MORE! PUBLIC ART on ST. CATHERINE ST; LIVE ART; VIRTUAL EXHIBITION; and ONLINE AUCTION. See below for past and future events:
August 5-15, 2021 - annual in-person festivities: SAT Community Day, SUN noon Parade, conferences + events at various venues. 2020 events were cancelled due to Covid-19. In 2019, over 200 contingents took part in the parade for a total of 12,000 participants with over 325,000 spectators in attendance. See updates at:
Early August, 2021 (TBC). 3-day weekend events typically include: Souper Hommage; Party WFM; Braderie & Ateliers fétiches; Concours & Party Fusion; Parc Puppy-Play Fusion; Mr and Mrs Leather, Mr Rubber and Pup Montreal contests..
August, 2021 (TBC). Past year featured four nights with Circuit Festival party brands: Locker Room, Cabana, District, LaLeche, and Prism Revival. See updates and confirmations at:
September 1-7, 2021 in the Montréal Gay Village. Seven days/nights, fantasy-filled pan-sexual adventures/ fabulous international fetish holiday. Activities include a Kinky Picnic, the Latextacy Klinik Kink Fetish Fantasy Ball, The Night of Masks Ultra-Play Party, After-Parties and a Fashion Show. Past year host: Hotel Place DuPuis/ Hotel Gouverneurs, 1415 St-Hubert.
September 23 - October 3, 2021, (2020 events cancelled). 11 days 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 their 39th anniversary in 2021! Featuring Trevor Noah.
October, 2021, 30th edition dance events, Canadian Thanksgiving/ US Columbus Day Weekend. Internationally renowned DJs/ artists, performers, interactive art event. Main event on the Sunday at Theatre Olympia. Afterparty at Club Soda. BBCM Foundation has organized the festival for 30years to support organizations providing direct assistance to people with HIV/AIDS. Details at website:
Late January, 2022 (TBC). Four days of events, apres-ski and night-time parties with go-go dancers and (this past year) DJs from Montreal, LA, and London. Events have included: Beach Party and Onesie Apres-Ski events, Neon Party, Throwback Thursday, and Saturday GEAR party. Hundreds of sexy snowboarders and skiers from NYC, Montreal, Toronto + beyond. See confirmations and updates:
November - December, 2021. Award-winning films from here and abroad that preserve the authenticity and diversity of LGBTQ+ voices and demonstrate a constantly evolving queer cinematic practice. Explores new ways of telling queer stories that are both unique and universal. See films.