14 Montreal Events Happening This Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Don't miss out on anything this weekend!
14 Montreal Events Happening This Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Everyone says that NYC is the city that never sleeps but I think Montreal comes in a pretty close second. There's constantly insane parties, super fun festivals, amazing art shows, adorable markets and sooo many more! 

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Each event is totally unique and you'll be guaranteed a fun time no matter where you choose to go. 

Each weekend is jam-packed with super fun events so you definitely don't want to miss out on a thing. 

This list is here to help you plan out your weekend so that you'll have the best weekend ever!

Events On Friday 🥂

Events On Saturday 🎉

Events On Sunday 🍂

For Events On Friday, Click "NEXT"

Events On Friday: 

1. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Garage Mega Sale

via @garageclothing

What: Garage and Dynamite are hosting a huge mega sale where clothes are $3-$5! It's an insane deal that you absolutely don't want to miss.

When: September 28th-October 29th

Where: 300 Avenue Sainte-Croix

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2. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Atwater Market Oktoberfest

via @andresarts

What: Atwater Market is hosting their annual Oktoberfest and you can bet there will be tons of beer, music, and fun to be had this weekend!

When: September 29th-October 1st

Price: Coupons for $1

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3. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Expo 67 Party

via @alex_truchot

What: Celebrate the historic event that took place right here in Montreal back in 1967 and helped shape what this city is today. Visit Place Des Arts to see some amazing installations for the event.

When: September 15th-October 22nd

Price: Free!

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4. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Fun Mapping Evening 

via @mapp_mtl

What: MAPP-MTL is a fun festival celebrating video mapping in Montreal. This event will take place at Moment Factory and will include a giant mapping game, a huge ping-pong tournament, and more!

When: Friday at 5pm-10pm

Price: Free! (Just reserve your place ahead of time)

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5. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The International Black Film Festival

via @montrealblackfilmfest

What: Watch the most amazing discoveries in black cinema from around the world. It is a place of debate on cultural, social and socio-economic issues on the top of cinema in our world today.

When: September 27th-October 1st

Price: $20 per show, $95 for a full passport


6. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To Nocturne At Bota Bota

via @kamouchefly

What: Bota Bota is hosting an after hours party at their outdoor garden spa area that's going to be so much fun. They have a live DJ, outdoor hot tubs, lounge areas and more!

When: Friday at 11:30pm-2am

Price: $35


For Events On Saturday, Click "NEXT" 

Events On Saturday:

1. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Vintage Bazar

via @mdfashionista

What: Montreal is hosting a huge vintage bazar with tons of clothes and local artisans selling their amazing stuff. There will be pizza available on-site as well located at Au Centre de Loisirs communautaires Lajeunesse in Villeray.

When: Saturday and Sunday at 9am-5pm

Price: Free admission!

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2. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Saint Henri Party

via @i_love_montreal

What: To celebrate the end of construction on Notre Dame street at the corner of Rose de Lima there's going to be a huge outdoor festival for everyone to enjoy! There will be games, live music, tons of local restaurants participating, and other fun stuff!

When: Saturday and Sunday

Price: Free admission

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3. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To Les Samedis Gourmand 

via @tallcupofchocolatemilk

What: Every final Saturday of the month Marche Maisonneuve hosts a huge food festival and this month it's Oktoberfest themed! Eat vegan hot dogs, organic foods and beer of course.

When: Saturday at 11:30am-3pm

Price: Free admission

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4. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Lole Yoga Event

via @lolewomen

What: Lole Women is hosting a huge yoga event this weekend, similar to their massive all-white yoga tour that came to Montreal this summer. This event will be an all-white yoga event with just one yoga session on Saturday.

When: Saturday at 10am

Price: $35-$55


5. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To Dansons Montreal

via @emveeyou

What: Watch and participate in cultural and traditional dances at Place des Arts this weekend! It's a dance marathon that lasts for 4 full hours where the public can learn cultural dances.

When: Saturday at 1pm-5pm

Price: Free!

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For Events On Sunday, Click "NEXT"

Events On Sunday: 

1. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To Yoga & Brunch Au Sommet

via @jeannelaverdiere23

What: Enjoy a relaxing yoga course with a view of the city at the top of Montreal's tallest building! After you're done with your yoga class enjoy a delicious brunch.

When: Sunday at 10am

Price: $35

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2. Have A Fun Weekend And Go To The Pre-Igloofest Event 

via @naisfertil

What: Parc Jean Drapeau is hosting a pre-Igloofest event this weekend for a super fun time partying in the sun before the last feelings of summer slip away!

When: Sunday at 4-9:30pm

Price: $15

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3. Have A Fun Weekend And Attend The Run For The Cure

via @signaturecommunities

What: The CIBC annual Run For The Cure takes place to raise money for breast cancer research. It's more likely than not that someone in your family or a close friend has suffered from cancer and this is a way to run in support of them. This year's run will take place at Montreal's Maisonneuve Park.

When: Sunday at 8am


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