20 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
From Thursday, July 6th until Sunday, July 9th.
Down below is a list that composes of great activities you can do this weekend from Thursday, July 6th until Sunday, July 9th! It's officially July and all of summer lays ahead of us! Festivities are well underway to help us all enjoy Montreal's beautiful summer 2017.
Let's start to celebrate July by enjoying all the insane things you can do this weekend! On the plus side, most activities are evenRain or shine, this weekend will be A1.
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For Thursday, July 6th- 2017, Click "NEXT"
Thursday, July 6th - 2017:
1.Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Jazz Fest
Enjoy one of Montreal's staple festivals this weekend by heading to some of the first shows this Thursday! Most shows are free and there are literally dozens of artists playing that will make your day 514% better.
When: From June 28 to July 8, 2017
Price: Most shows are FREE
2.Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Plaza St. Hubert's Sidewalk Sale
Throughout the year, Plaza St-Hubert welcomes more than 800 000 people to some of their main events. Right now you can enjoy summer ,shopping, and culture this weekend at their massive sidewalk sale!
When: July 5 through July 9, 2017
3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Montreal's Circus Street Festival
Montréal Complètement Cirque is a huge circus festival created by La TOHU, the National Circus School, Cirque Éloize, Les 7 Doigts de la main, En Piste, and of course Cirque du Soleil! For 11 days, Montreal moves to the rhythm of circus arts all over the streets.
When: July 6 to July 16, 2017
Where: Jardins Gamelin and rue St. Denis between Ste. Catherine Street and Sherbrooke
Price: Max $15
4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To
If you love Harry Potter, then you absolutely MUST check out Lockhart! Not only is this bar accurate, but also magical AF. It sure is a summer 2017 must see for everyone!
Where: 3979 Saint-Denis
5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Bistro Nolah
If you happen to be in the West Island this summer, you absolutely must check out Bistro Nolah. Not only is their terrasse adorable, but it is also ranked as one of the 100 best terrasses in Canada!!!
Where: 3669 St Johns Blvd
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Friday, July 7th- 2017:
1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Food Truck Friday
The first Friday of every month in Montreal happens to be the BEST DAY EVER! You may be wondering why... and it's because dozens of food trucks gather at the Olympic stadium for the monthly food truck festival where you and your friends can try some fabulous food on a nice summer night.
When: July 7, 2017
Where: Olympic Park
Price: FREE admission
2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Marché des Possibles
Marché des Possibles is a public open-air space featuring a free and diversified socio-cultural programming that includes musical performances, screenings of films and activities for children. On the premises, you will also find a bar and a bier garden , a market with artists and artisan creations, as well as delicious food provided by local chefs and pop-up restaurants.
When: June 23 to August 13
Where: Located at 5635 rue St-Dominique
3. Enjoy This Weekend And Walk Through Jean Talon Market
Take advantage of the stunning weather we are having this week by checking out Jean Talon Market! You can buy some fresh food, gorgeous flowers, or just just and enjoy the Montreal vibes.
4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Auberge St-Gabriel
For a extremely fancy night in a fabulous bar-resto, I recommend checking out Auberge St-Gabriel! The atmosphere is stunning and there is even a stone hallway that makes you feel like you are entering a castle!
5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Comiccon
Comiccon is always a great event to attend, especially since this year the guests are BOMB! You can expect to see Patrick Stewart ( X-Men, Star Trek: Next Generation) and Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who, Sens8), alumni from Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Star Wars, The OA, The Shannara Chronicles, Star Trek, and more.
When: July 7 to July 9
Where: Palais des congrès
Price: $10 to $159
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Saturday, July 8th - 2017 :
1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Caribbean Parade and Carnival
The streets of downtown Montreal will be filled with vibrant colors and extravagant costumes as people dance to the musical sounds from throughout the Caribbean. You can join the celebration and walk with Carifiesta this Saturday! There will be food trucks, bands, and much more.
When: July 8, 2017 at noon
2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Boardwalk
Au Pied-du-Courant is a Montreal boardwalk village where you can chill out in the sand and enjoy the sun! Each day features a special theme in 2017 so be sure to check some of them out!
When: starting June 2nd
Where: 19 Prince Arthur O
3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Festival of India
he 39th Annual Festival of India will be taking place on July 8 and 9, 2017. The event will begin with a euphoric parade down St-Laurent street (beginning at the corner of Milton). The celebrations then will shift to Jeanne-Mance Park for two days of festivities expected to draw close to 12,000 people.
When: July 8 and July 9, 2017 // noon
Where: Jeanne-Mance Park
4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go See The Fireworks In Old Montreal
The Montreal international fireworks competition has officially begun! This week the competitions kicks off with Italy! Vaccalluzzo's pyrotechnicians recreated the history of Sicily, its art, colours, landscapes, sounds, and architecture. Moreover, this pyromusical journey succeeds at conveying the energy strength, brightness and conviviality that characterize the Sicilian people.
When: Saturday, July 8th // 10PM
Where: Best views at Old Montreal & Parc Jean-Drapeau & LaRonde
5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Toyo
For a date that involves fresh fabulous food and a show, I suggest taking her to Toyo! They specialize in Teppanyaki cuisine where they put on a show while making your food. This is a great way to laugh and remain entertained while on a date. Not only do the chefs put on a show, but the chefs are also super interactive with your table! For a full meal including absolutely everything, it only costs between 20-40$ to have dinner and show.
Where: 2155 Rue de la Montagne
BONUS: Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Kahnawake Powwow
Everyone is welcome to the Kahnawake Powwow occurring this weekend! There will be food, spiritual performances, traditional jewelry on sale and much more to assure you a fabulous time!
When: Jul 8 at 10 AM to Jul 9 at 5 PM
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Sunday, July 9th- 2017:
1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Piknic Electronik
Piknic Electronik is a great way to end a fabulous weekend! You can enjoy drinks, electro music, food, and a chill AF ambiance with you BFFs while soaking in the sun.
When: Sunday July 2nd, 2017 // 2 PM - 9:30 PM
Where: Parc Jean-Drapeau
2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Festival De Lanaudiere
Recognized as one of the most prestigious classical music events in North America, this festival boasts the participation of nationally and internationally renowned soloists.
When: Jul 01, 2017 to Aug 06, 2017
Where: Various Locations
3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Clock Tower Beach
Enjoy the sun this Sunday by heading to the Clock Tower Beach that is open for summer business! You can relax, tan, and have a blast with some of your friends as you enjoy the views of Montreal.
4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Watch The International Dragon Boat Montreal Challenge & Cultural Festival
The most important dragon boat event in Montreal. Each year, teams from USA, Ontario and Maritimes travel to Montreal to race in this event and you can watch all the excitement for FREE!
When: July 8 and July 9, 2017
Where: Parc Jean-Drapeau
5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Weekends du Monde
Week-ends du monde presented by Loto‑Québec is back at Parc Jean‑Drapeau for the 13th straight year! Discover and celebrate Montréal's cultural diversity through music, dance and culinary discoveries, and through an array of family activities.
When: July 8, July 9, July 15 and July 16, 2017
Where: Parc Jean-Drapeau