Les Planètes more than fills the Statosphere.
Saturday, March 25th, the French group Nouvelle Vague will be playing at Societé d’Arts Technologiques as part of their tour for the album I Could Be Happy.
World food tour changes its dates from August to September to attract more students to its tables.
Photos of the annual holiday bazaar at the SAT.
International electronic music event combines French and Quebecer DJs at the SAT.
The SAT party showcased all aspects of the cultural centre: food, film, and music.
Omnivore festival closes with a taste of the east.
Local and international chefs come together for one of the tastiest cooking events in Montreal.
Find out what you’ll be downloading next month from Montreal’s most creative programming minds.
BBNG’s Performance at M for Montreal focused on the build-up and featured virtuosic jazz that got the crowd moving.
A delicious line of syrups by Les Charlatans proves as versatile as they are delicious. There’s a strong punch in every drop. Esther tests them out in cocktails and more!
Four nights of great shows, workshops, panels, schmoozing, and a chance to celebrate the musical talents of Montreal
Flying high, Montreal’s skateboarders turn La Place de La Paix into their playground during pilot project.
Why go to the movie theatre at the Forum and sneak from film to film when you can see great free films screen outside the SAT every Tuesday?
The two latest films at the Satopshere take viewers to new worlds with great technological wizardry, but not a lot of emotional depth.
Killer show of Moderat gets crowd to move and sweat. Lili Hudecova gives an audience eye view of a beloved band. Also, check out her live capture of a few songs.
Businesses, artists, events, and venues come together in multi-month recognition of digital arts in Montreal.
Get your Nuit Blanche art and DJ style at the SAT and the MAC. VJs and Djs pair up at the SAT, while the MAC offers a 24-hour screening of Marclay’s The Clock.