Montreal's Crescent Street Is Hosting A Free 2-Day EDM Festival - MTL Blog

Montreal's Crescent Street Is Hosting A Free 2-Day EDM Festival

The official last party of summer!

If you're from Montreal, you know how intense the music festivals can be here. They go on all night long and typically lead to some incredible experiences.

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The only problem is that usually they're super pricey, forcing you to save for months before you can afford to buy a ticket. 

Lucky for us, there's now the perfect way to celebrate, dance, and listen to music all night long for absolutely free.

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Villa Paradizo is a massive outdoor EDM festival that you can go to this month for FREE! This is seriously an event you do not want to miss. Taking place on Crescent Street in the heart of downtown Montreal, the exclusive 2-day party turns the busy street into an urban paradise.

The annual event is a city favourite. Never gone before? Watch last year's festival here:

 

It's here that you'll be able to dance to the latest electronic music, witness exciting visuals and watch a piece of the city turn into the most popular nightclub of the evening.

An incredible list of local and international artists will come together to create the largest free outdoor festival in Canada. Even if you usually aren't a fan of EDM, you'll want to show up to this massive party to celebrate the end to the summer of 2018. 

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The special dates that get to host Villa Paradizo this year are September 14 and 15. All you have to do to get in is bring some ID (must be 18 and older or otherwise be accompanied by an adult) and get to Crescent Street as early as possible.

Admission is on a first come, first serve basis so you'll definitely want to make sure you get the best possible view of the stage. Otherwise you may get lost in the enormous crowd!

For more information on the incredible Villa Paradizo, click here.

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