You can tell that something is disruptive and stands-out from the norm when you have a hard time explaining exactly what it is. In other words, there really isn't one label to describe Village Au Pied Du Courant.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Ride Montreal's Old Port Ferris Wheel For Only $10 This Weekend\nIt's a collection of things. Is it a community space? Yes. Is it an event space? that, too. Are there food trucks? Yes, obviously.\nView this post on Instagram Aujourd'hui, c'est Brooklyn au Pied-du-Courant (et plein de soleil) 🌉 A post shared by Village au Pied-du-Courant (@piedducourant) on Jul 15, 2017 at 1:37pm PDT\nAt its core, this is a public outdoor space, similar to a public park, but instead of being built and run by the city, it's run by a collective of people that want Montrealers to have a unique place like this to congregate and enjoy summer. And with the support of the City Of Montreal, of course.\nEntry to this stunning water-front multi-disciplinary space is totally free and open to the anyone. Best part, they host an ongoing stream of events all summer long. Like "Mexican Market" day on Sunday afternoon.\nThat said, on Friday, June 1st, Village Au Pied-Du-Courant is holding it's 5th official season launch party!\nView this post on Instagram Gros dimanche au Pied-du-Courant ! On se fait une journée totale Mexico avec tacos, margaritas, musique et piñatas 🇲🇽 A post shared by Village au Pied-du-Courant (@piedducourant) on Aug 6, 2017 at 1:10pm PDT\n@piedducourantembedded via\nOn their Facebook invite it looks like it's going to be a popular event as 2.1K people are confirmed as 'going' and 23k are 'interested'.\nHere is exactly what you need to know about the festivities:\nWhere: 2100 Notre Dame Street EstWhen: Friday, June 1st // 5PM-MidnightThe event is dog and kid friendly and people with reduced mobility also have full access. Here is a list of things you can expect:\nA community space on the parc side, a neighborhood request The beach libraryThe astronomy stationThe people's pavilion and its hammocksThe citrus forestAlazim boom boom, the adventure playgroundMini-houses for pollinating insectsSuspended tiles\nFor more info check out their Facebook page HERE, and official site HERE.