Everyone gets giddy for two weeks at this international comedy festival with hundreds of shows, including free ones in the Quartier Latin.
On one weekend in early August, Parc Jean-Drapeau becomes a giant stage (actually four of them) for one of the city’s grand rock festivals. Some 70,000 fans typically turn up to the powerhouse lineup of performers, …
This annual international showcase of French-language music and theater spotlights today's biggest stars and those on the rise. Held over 10 days.
This is one of Montréal's biggest gay events, with major dance parties, and cultural and art shows, all in the second week of October.
Montréal’s Snow Festival features some ice-sculpting contests, dog-sled races, snow games and costumed characters such as mascot polar bear Boule de Neige. It’s held over three consecutive weekends in late January a…
This international fireworks competition features the world's best pyrotechnics in 10 30-minute shows held at La Ronde each Saturday night during the competition.
This huge ceramic exhibit and sale with workshops brings around 100,000 people to town every summer.
For 10 days every early July, the Station Tremblant resort is abuzz with music during the country's biggest blues festival.
This highly curated singer-songwriter festival is one of the province's most well-regarded music events.