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Music, shopping, and light shows are the way to stay merry and bright in dark December
RIDM features diverse line up of documentary films from around the globe
The nights are dark and cooling off, but the nightlife is hot hot hot.
Don’t be spooked… by the abundance of things to do in October.
Photos of fashion from the future and the now, from the FMD
September in Montreal has festivals and events for everyone.
Having made it through three big summer festivals in a row (Oseaga, Île Soniq, Lasso), it’s a chance to recap the trends we noticed were popular this year. Gender [read on]
Who not to miss at the annual EDM festival this weekend.
Everything going on in Montreal during the month of August
40 years of Just for Laughs with big names at the gala nights
“Shazam is a state of mind” Ziv Przytyk, the founder of Canada’s only neo-Vaudeville festival, ShazamFest, confidently states as we walk away from having just [read on]
Genre film fans get ready for the event of the year!
Sometimes the magic just isn’t there, and it’s hard to say why. That’s how it was at Holly Cole’s Jazz Fest appearance. Did she sound good? Yes. Did the band play [read on]
If you identify as Marvel or DC, Star Wars or Star Trek, Lord of the Rings or Harry Potter, Dr. Who or Battlestar Galactica, Anime or Pixar, Disney or Looney Toons, [read on]
The popular guide to how to survive Osheaga 2022
For a dose of punk and rock and camping, ShazamFest is your perfect Quebec event
Cecile McLorin Salvant held the audience in the palm of her hand at the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal. Review by Nancy Berman.
Don’t miss a thing this July with our monthly calendar of what’s happening in the city.
The annual fringe festival kicked off with the Fringe For All. Get ready to Fringe again.
June is a month of festivals in Montreal. Here are the ones you might want to check out in 2022.