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15 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Friday, Saturday, & Sunday

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15 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Friday, Saturday, & Sunday

It's the weekend after F1 and you're probably thinking all the tourists are gone by now and there's nothing to do in the city.  Well, my friend, you're wrong!

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There are tons of awesome events in the city this weekend, some are free, some might cost a couple bucks, but whatever the price, they are all guaranteed good times.

Music, food, chilling, yoga, BBQs - Montreal has it all this weekend.

Friday, June 15th

1. Fringe Rocks At Fringe Park In The Heart Of The Plateau

Via Parc Fringe Park

Where: Parc Des Amerique // Plateau
When: Shows every night until June 17th

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2. Attend A Folk Fest Show And Performance For Free On The Lachine Canal

Where: Esplanade Du Centenaire De Canal Lachine // 3667 Saint-Patrick St
When: June 14th, 15th & 16th

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3. Friday Attend "Open Stage" At Beautiful Public Event Space Les Jardineries In The Olympic Village

Where: Les Jardineries // 4115 Avenue Pierre Du Coubertin
When: Friday, June 15th at 4PM

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4. Buy Mini Plants At Cacti At This Awesome Plant Sale In The Plateau

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Where: Plantzy Atelier // 5445 Av. De Gaspé
When: June 14th, 15th, 16th

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5. Visit The Secret Lobster Shack In The Old Port For Some Pre-Weekend Snacks

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Where: 2 de la Commune Ouest (Quai des Éclusiers) // Old Port
When: Open 11:30 - 9PM every day

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Saturday, June 16th

1. Attend A Father's Day Event Filled With Fun Competitive Games And Activities

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Where: 4900 rue Molson // Downtown
When: Saturday, June 16th, 11am - 4:30 pm

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2. Attend Outdoor Electronic Music Show Ile Sonique In Collaboration With MURALE Fest In the Plateau

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Where: MURAL 3527 Saint-Laurent // Plateau
When: Saturday June 16th from 4:30 - 11:00 pm

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3. Try A Unique And Delicious Summer Dessert Launching At PapaRoti This Weekend

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Where: Papa Roti // 370 Saint-Catherine St West // Downtown
When: Launching on Saturday June 16th!

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4. Attend A Tropical Day Party Hosted By The Concordia Carribean Student Union

Via Island BBQ

Where: Don B // 3616 Boulevard Saint-Laurent // Plateau
When: Saturday, June 16th from 3 - 9 pm

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5. Check Out Bliss Rooftop Sessions For Day Drinks, Local Music, And Good Times

Via Bliss

Where: 1600 St-Hubert Street // Plateau
When: Saturday, June 16th from 2pm- 10pm

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Bonus: Eurokracy Montreal 2018

Via Eurokracy

When: June 16-17

Where: 12800 Henri Fabre, Mirabel, Quebec J7N-3A6

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Sunday, June 17th

1. Check Out Riverside MTL For Their Weekly BBQ Summer Day Party On Their Waterfront Terrasse

Via Riverside

Where: Riverside MTL // 5020 St-Ambroise // St-Henri
When: Every Sunday starting at 3 pm

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2. Check Out Totally Free Group Yoga Sessions At Village Au Pied-Du-Courrant

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Where: 2100 Rue Notre Dame Est
When: Every Sunday, at 6pm

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3. Attend the iconic Piknic Électronik in Parc Jean Drapeau

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Where: Parc Jean Drapeau
When: Every Sunday from 2 - 9:30 pm

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4. Attend A Public "Boozy Brunch" Hosted By Air Commune And Boxermans

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Where: Aire Commune // 5705 De Gaspe // Mile-End
When: Sunday June 17th from 11am - 5pm

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5. Attend This Unique Father's Day "Baber Event" Held At The Top Of PVM

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Where: Place Ville Marie // 3 Place Ville Marie // Downtown
When: Sunday June 17th from 11:30 - 6pm

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