July 1st is quickly approaching and while some opt to leave the city to celebrate, there are tons of festivites going on all day right at home!\nThe outdoor festivities will be running in different locations all over the city, so it's super easy to event hop and get the chance to experience all thats happening. The best part? It's 100% free.\nREAD ALSO: 7 Adorably Unique Airbnb's You Can Rent For Super Cheap In Quebec\nVia canadadaymontreal\nWhether you're bringing kids, going solo, looking for some food or maybe some music, the City of Montreal has it all going on rain or shine.\nVia canadadaymontreal\nOpening Canada Day ceremony, where you can watch the swearing in of new Canadians, take part in singing the National Anthem with the Canadian brigade as they raise the Canadian flag.\nA multicultural march, spectators have the opportunity to see Chinese dragon dancing, Scottish bagpipers, First Nations ceremonial songs and more.\nFloor hockey competition, participants will be invited to play Canada's favourite sport. Sticks and jerseys provided!\nDancing stage, show off or practice your dance moves as the host introduces you to many diverse styles!\nInflatable games and event tent, an event for the entire family! Kids have the opportunity to play in the inflatable attractions while the whole family can check out all of the vendors at the tents.\nMontreal jazz festival, celebrate Canada and get jazzy with the soul and blues sounds playing all evening long.\nArt fair, an outdoor exhibit welcoming over 90 artists will offer several activites for the young and old.\nThe Canada Day anniversary cake service, all those present at the event will get the opportunity to have a slice of the traditional cake.\nWatch fireworks at Jaques-Cartier pier, to end the day of festivites a free firework show will be lighting up the sky in Old Port.\nWhat you need to know:\nEvents kick off at 11:00AM and run until 10:00PM.\nFor the full program and event locations click HERE.