September 11, 2020
There’s a lot of summer left in the Quartier des spectacles! Here are 10 experiences you’ll want to enjoy with family or friends before the weather turns!
Keep your eyes and ears open: you never know when there’s a show going on just around the corner!
When it’s time for lunch or a drink with friends, nothing beats sharing a festively lit, 100-metre-long bright yellow table!
Until October 11, Sainte-Catherine Street West will be home to the extended run of Dans ma cour... ç’a du chien ! Mélanie Crespin’s installation is your chance to snap some one-of-a-kind photos!
Take a leisurely stroll through the district’s public spaces and admire unique works of art.
Take a few minutes to relax to original music from Patrick Watson in a haven of greenery at Place des Festivals.
Comprising seven works on the Promenade des Artistes, the Un cœur nomade urban exhibition traces the 35-year writing career of Dany Laferrière in words and images.
Up for something different? Instead of a park, enjoy your next picnic in an urban setting. Colourful tables sport illustrations by six Montreal artists.
Come one, come all to Randolph Pub Ludique’s Tuesday trivia nights. While you’re here, why not challenge a friend to a giant chess game or ping-pong match?
The façades of the Quartier des spectacles light up after dusk, inviting visitors to contemplate projections and images created by words and movement.
Head out on the Quartier’s bike paths for the best view of Tricotés Serrés, a yarnbombing-inspired work by artists Jorden and David Doody.
Find out more about upcoming events and festivals this fall in the Quartier des Spectacles: quartierdesspectacles.com
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