As you probably know by now, Montreal is planning a massive city-wide festival to celebrate its 375th anniversary.\nThis series of special events is projected to be the biggest thing since Expo 67, and the Montreal is going all out to to celebrate. In fact, 100 million dollars has already been put aside to fund the various projects beginning December 21, 2017 and lasting for a full 375 days!\nHere are 68 special projects the city already has planned.\nThe 4 seasons of Montreal:\nPhoto cred - Denis Roger\nSpring - The Season Of Creation\n(4 events planned so far)\nOpera rendition of Pink Floyd's Another Brick In The Wall\tSpecial performances by the OSM\tThe illumination of the Jacques-Cartier bridge\t67 works of public art will be on display on Sherbrooke between the McCord and Fine Arts Museums\nSummer - The Season To Party\n(6 events planned so far)\nBig show presentations (Details still unknown)\tMassive gathering of 800 different artists.\tFrancoFolies Special Edition.\tJazz Fest Special Edition.\tJust For Laughs Special Edition.\tCanada Pride Festival.\nFall - The Season Of Colours\n(1 event planned so far)\nSpecial Exposition in honor of Leonard Cohen\nWinter - The Season Of Lights\n(7 events planned so far)\nChristmas light competitions.\tMini Pro/Am Olympic Sport Competitions.\tWorld Junior Hockey Championship.\tMontréal en Lumière Special Edition.\tGathering of 50 of the world's most reputable Chefs.\tIgloofest Special Edition.\tWinterFest Special Edition.\nPhoto cred - chatelaine\nOpen-Air Theatre\n(30 events in total)\nAccording La Presse, Montreal will build a giant outdoor theater and will hold performances every day for the entire month of July 2017. Hundreds of artists will flock from France, Spain, Australia, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom and of course Canada.\nPhoto cred - theatlantic\nBorough Feature\n(19 events in total)\nDuring weekends from May to September 2017, Montreal will be featuring a different Montreal borough, with street food, a circus, and entire streets transformed into art galleries. This is meant to encourage Montrealers to discover neighborhoods they might not visit otherwise.\nPhoto cred - canadianart\nA City Of Memories\nOrganised by the same people who designed the giant video projections downtown, Montreal's buildings will become giant living billboards that will teach people about the city's history. This project will begin on May 17, 2016, so you don't even have to wait an entire year to see it.