Voices of the Quartier des spectacles
Voices of the Quartier des Spectacles is a window on the people and places that make Montreal’s cultural heart beat. From festivals to performance venues, from restaurants to avant-garde art. Every week, you’re invited to discover the city’s liveliest square kilometre!
Since the beginning of summer, Les Jardins Gamelin have been a huge success with Montrealers and visitors. And it’s far from over! Until October 4, the space will continue to host a thousand and one activities
Summer is far from over, and one of the best places to enjoy it to the fullest is Sainte-Catherine St., the Place des Festivals and the surrounding area.
For the fourth year in a row, the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal presents the OSM Classical Spree, a festival that makes classical music more accessible than ever. In all, the event includes 30 concerts lasting 45 minutes each, with tickets costing as little as $10.
When the great teepee rises in Place des Festivals, the 25th annual Montreal First Peoples Festival will be officially underway.
Since 1983, Montreal’s twin comedy festivals, Juste pour rire and Just For Laughs, have been doling out huge summertime doses of the world’s best comedy, including countless up-and-comers who have gone on to become big stars – many of whom keep coming back after they’ve become household names.
With more than 600 concerts, about two-thirds of them free, it goes without saying that the Festival international de jazz de Montréal has a line-up that runs the gamut, from old-school jazz masters to pop and world-music artists on the fringes of the genre.