Kampaï Montreal is a sake festival that features over 180 kinds of sake!\nThere will also be a selection of Japenese food for participants to enjoy.\nTickets go on sale September 30th.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nIt's early October and you've been wearing a jacket for about a week. Any hopes of a lingering summer are slowly fading into memory as the days grow shorter and a chill permeates the evening wind. But not all is lost because Montreal is still alive with incredible festivals!\nWhat better way to fend off a chilly October night than warming your bones with some of the finest Japanese sake you can drink? If you've never had it before, sake is a rice wine, served warmed or chilled (depending on the wine). Sake has a very unique flavour that either runs sweet or dry. It's punchy too, with a 16% ABV content.\nFestival Kampaï Montreal is one of those classic Montreal celebrations, showcasing over 180 different types of sake, along with a selection of Japanese food that pairs perfectly with a cup of sake!\nHappening Thursday, October 10th, 2019, the Festival Kampaï Montreal's second edition is expected to be even bigger than last year's!\nHundreds of people were there to sample incredible sake and eat awesome food. This year, expect much more than that!\nWith over 180 sakes to sample, the Festival Kampaï Montreal is shaping up to be amazing!\nPosted by Association Saké Québec on Monday, June 17, 2019\nThe festival will also feature delicious Japanese food like sushi and grilled meats, along with so much more!\nPosted by Association Saké Québec on Tuesday, October 30, 2018\nTickets will be on sale starting September 1st! Last year, tickets were $50-$70 bucks and came with 15 drink coupons. Prices haven't been released yet.\nREAD ALSO: A Pokémon Pop-Up Bar Is Coming To Montreal Next Year & You Can Battle Live\nOzawa Canada IncPosted by Association Saké Québec on Tuesday, October 30, 2018\nThe Festival Kampaï Montreal is sponsored by the Association Saké Québec (ASQ), an organization founded in 2017 whose main "goal is to promote and educate about the culture and enjoyment of sake in a responsible way."\nQuebec has many sake importers and the ASQ aims to bring them under one banner.\nIt seems like the Festival Kampaï Montreal will be an annual tradition to celebrate the wonder that is sake!\nPosted by Association Saké Québec on Tuesday, October 30, 2018\nMark your calendars and don't miss out on this awesome autumn festival in Montreal!\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's First-Ever Vegan Ramen Restaurant Is Now Open\nFestival Sake Kampaï Montreal\nWhat: A huge Japanese sake and food festival!\nWhere: Rue du Marché-Bonsecours\nWhen: Thursday, October 10th, 2019\nCost: TBD\nCheck out the Festival Kampaï Montreal's official Facebook event!