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120 Montreal Festivals You Can Attend In 2016

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120 Montreal Festivals You Can Attend In 2016

Many cities around the world always claim to have the best festivals. There's Mardi Gras in New Orleans, Carnival in Rio, La Tomatina in Spain  and even the Day of the Dead in Mexico to name a few.

It's easy to have one big festival, but we here in Montreal can't handle going more than week without some kind of special event.

So I tried to find another place that has more than us, and it turns out we have a lot more than the average city.

Actually, we have over 120!

Some events already happened this year so they have been marked as "Over this year". If exact dates have not been announced for 2016 then only the month.

Igloofest

Over this year

Salon de l'Auto

Over this year

Fête des neiges

Over this year

Black History Month

Over this year

Montréal en Lumière

Over this year

Montréal Joue

Over this year

Port Symphonies

Over this year

Festival Nouvelles Musiques

New - Over this year

Nuit Blanche

February

Butterfly Festival

Until April 24

Festival Barbegazi

Over this year

Under The Snow

March 19-20

Bal en blanc

March 27

Relâche Gourmande

Until March 13

La Cabane Panache et Bois rond (Maple Syrup Fest)

March 18 - 20

First Fridays

May - October

Festival Go Vélo Montreal (Tour de l'Ile)

May 29-June 5

MUTEK

June 1-5

Mural Fest

June 4-14

Grand Prix

June 10-11-12

Kite Festival

Date not yet announced

Beer Fest

June 8-12

Saint-Jean

June 24

Divers/Cité

Didn't happen in 2015

Otakuthon

August

HeavyMTL

August

OUMF

September

Photo Month

September - October

Pop Montreal

September

Cinemania

November

Expozine

November

Bach festival

November - December

Image+Nation

November -December

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