Down below is a list that composes of great activities you can do this month and you guessed it, it's all FREE! It's officially nearing the end of summer since most Montrealers will be starting school again shortly, but to make up for it let's enjoy the festivities in Montreal that are well underway to help us make summer 2017 go out with a BANG this September!\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Hosting First-Ever "Asian Street Food" Festival\nLet's start to celebrate September by enjoying all the insane things you can do for free whether it be an event, festival, show or whatever floats your boat! Rain or shine let's make this month AMAZING.\nFree Things To Do On September 1 - 8, 2017 💃💃\n\t\n\t\n\tFree Things To Do On September 9 - 15, 2017 🎤🎤\n\t\n\t\n\tFree Things To Do On September 16 - 22, 2017 🍦🍦\n\t\n\t\n\tFree Things To Do On September 23 - 31, 2017 🍻🍻\nFor More Things To Do In Montreal, Check The Links Below:\n20 Places In Montreal That Will Make You And Your BFF Feel "Boujee AF"\n\t\n\t\n\tIt's Official, îleSoniq's 2017 Full Schedule Is Out\n\t\n\t\n\tMontreal's Secret "French Café" You Literally Have To Try As Soon As Possible\n\t\n\t\n\tThis Ice Cream Shop Now Serves “Rainbow Cookie Dough” Ice Cream Sammiches And You Gotta Go ASAP!!! (10 Photos)\n\t\n\t\n\tThe Insane Resort Near Montreal That Looks And Feels Like You’re In The South Of France\n\t\n\t\n\tMontreal Hosting First-Ever "Asian Street Food" Festival\n\t\n\t\n\tMontreal Opens All-New "Open Air" Bar On The Lachine Canal\nFor Free Things To Do On September 1 - 8 , click "Next"\nFree Things To Do On September 1 - 8 :\nvia @davidtousignant\nOn September 2nd from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m you can participate in Montreal's Electro Parade at no cost at all! In the heart of Montreal, both local and international DJs come together as you dance in the streets.\nDon't forget about Les Siestes Musicales on September 3rd from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Parc Jarry for some free yoga and live music as a part of the Les escales improbables de Montréal.\nOh, and there's also the Gay Village's last street fair of summer which runs August 28 until September 3, 2017.\nIf you love dancing and seeing shows, then be sure to go to one of the Quartiers Danses shows in Montreal September 7th through September 17th, 2017.\nBOATS. BOATS. BOATS! Yes the Montreal In-Water Boat Show is free and runs September 8th to September 10th this year.\nFrom September 6th through September 9th, you can join the OUMF festival for some free concerts, exhibitions, streets performances and more!\nAnd who could forget First Fridays! Montreal's monthly food truck festival lands on September 1st at the Olympic park and it is always free to attend!\nOf course there is also the McCord Museum that is free on Wednesday evenings!\nAnd until September 4th you can walk up the Montreal Clock Tower in the Old Port for superb views.\nMake sure to get yourself to free outdoor yoga at the Jardins Gamelin on Wednesday, September 6 at 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM.\nFor Free Things To Do On September 9 - 15, click "Next"\nFree Things To Do On September 9 - 15, Click Next:\nvia @asophieross\nDid someone say free access to 24 of Quebec's provincial parks? UH YES! Celebrate Quebec National Parks Day by skipping out on admissions fees.\nVilla Paradizo is Montreal's free outdoor EDM festival that runs this year as always on Cresent Street and from from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on both September 8th and September 9th.\nIf you love corn and fresh foods, then be sure to check out Quebec's Largest "Farmers Market" hosted at the Olympic stadium on September 10, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.\nArt and a lake side view is a perfect pair and you can participate at Monttreal's Art by the Lake held on the waterside grounds of Stewart Hall from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both September 9th and September 10th.\nHeld September 8th to September 10th, is Montreal's Ukrainian Festival at Parc Beaubien.\nOh, and who could forget about POP Montreal, the largest and most popular indie fest in the city from September 13th to September 17th.\nYou can also go to the Fondation Pour l’Art Contemporain for free on Wednesday to Friday: 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm / Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm.\nCheck out Les Escales Improbables for some freebies like live music, dancing, and much more until August 16th!\nAttend the Startup awards in Montreal to see who is on top and what is to come in the city on Tuesday the 12th of September from 5:30 PM – 8:30.\nFor Free Things To Do On September 16 - 22, click "Next"\nFree Things To Do On September 16 - 22 :\nvia @generalchauchicken\nParty at the Village au Pied-du-Courant until September 16th with drinks, new people, and amazing views.\nUntil September 17th you can check out Aire Commune where you can sit down with fellow creative minds and enjoy a beer.\nAnd of course there is the Architecture Museum that is free on Thursdays after 5:30 pm!\nWhy not enjoy watching the Quebec Cup dragon boat racing live, in person, at Parc Jean-Drapeau on September 16th and September 17th!\nThere is also the Center d'Exposition Université de Montréal that you can attend for free Tuesday to Saturday: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm / Thursdays 11:00 am - 8:00 pm.\nDon't forget to spend Sunday at Tam Tams!\nI also suggest going to Montreal's All-New "Open-Air Library" located at Rutherford Park.\nBike along the Lachine Canal for some great views and fresh air!\nFor free things to do July 23 - 31, 2017, click "Next"\nFree Things To Do On September 23 - 31:\nvia @michiao\nJournées de la Culture will fall on September 29th until October 1th this year and you can expect nothing less than some insanely fun and free activities.\nBe sure to check out Montreal's new Ferris Wheel and snap some pics!\nOf course you should take advantage of the last Sunday of September and go to one of Montreal's museums at not cost! I suggest the MMFA this September 24th.\nOn the same day, ride one of Montreal's BIXI bikes at no cost as a part of their last Sunday of the month promotion this September 24th!\nEnjoy the harvest and check out Montreal's Atwater market and Jean Talon Market!\nHike up Mount Royal and enjoy the first changing leaves of fall!\nEnjoy some fall window shopping in downtown Montreal!\nDuring the month, get yourself to Montreal's Gay Village and walk under the gorgeous Aires Libres "rainbow balls" installation\nThen stroll over to Montreal's outdoor "beer garden" for some seriously good vibes.\nGo to park Jean-Drapeau and sit under the sun next to the biosphere.\nWith the cold weather underway, why not enjoy a good old cafe crawl!