If you thought summer festivals were over, well think again! Not only is there going to be another festival in Montreal before summer ends, but it happens to be one of the most artistic festivals in all of Montreal.\nREAD ALSO: 20 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday\nThis festival isn't only dedicated to electro music, is also features combining musical disciplines, visual arts, and circus arts for the ultimate experience! The bet part about this festival is that is is located in the heart of Old Montreal at the Clock Tower (Quai de l’Horloge) and tickets are pretty damn cheap.via @ancientfuturefest\nHave you guessed which festival it is yet? Well, it's the 3rd edition of the Ancient Future Festival by La Bacchanale! They feature both local and international artists and this year is going to be LIT since the master of electro Fritz Kalkbrenner from Berlin is on the line-up!\nvia @ancientfuturefest\nThe Ancient Future Festival will feature the hottest electronic music, visual arts and the most extravagant performances that will blow your mind. It will take place on September 8 and 9, 2017 at the Quai de l'Horloge and at Hangar 16 in the Old Port and tickets are either $28 for the day or $55 both the whole day.\nVia Ancient Future Festival\nAll artists are from the house and techno electronic scenes so you can expect nothing less than great music and a fabulous time! This year, the line-up will feature Kevin Saunderson, Étienne de Crécy, Omar Souleyman, Victor Ruiz, Eagles & Butterflies, Mall Grab, Johnny Trika, Mad Rey and Folamour, Project Pablo, Atroxx, Rico Shae, Kris Tin, Nymra & Sofisticated, Zepha, Obolète Collective and TGV.\nvia @ancientfuturefest\nIn addition, for its 3rd edition, the festival adds a trip-hop and hip-hop component to its programming. Brooklyn's hip-hop duo The Underachievers will present their latest Renaissance opus, accompanied by Scottish producer Hudson Mohawke, local rising star Brown, and Kgoon, Grandbuda and Zeina.\nvia @labacchanale\nThe best thing is that this festival is conscious of minimizing its impact on the environment. This is why an eco-responsible system is put in place from the conception to the dismantling of the festival.\nFor More Info.