Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles has finally unveiled its summer 2020 program and it's something to get excited about. Everyone's favourite musical swings are back once again, along with several other incredible new activities. Quartier des Spectacles has actually been transformed into a veritable playground so all of us can enjoy these warm summer months.\nÀ Vous de Jouer. Ici, là, Partout! is the Quartier's new spin on what summer can be under the current health guidelines.\nEditor's Choice: You Can Explore These Stunning Lavender Fields In Quebec For Free This Summer\nAs an added treat, you should walk little further down rue Sainte-Catherine and head to the revamped Jardins Gamelin, which recently reopened with new guidelines until September 27.\nAlong with the famous musical swings, the entire area has been reimagined with plenty of greenery and features a huge outdoor terrasse with benches and picnic tables.\nTwo "chill zones" have also been installed at each end of the fountain in the Quartier's large square, one where people can enjoy the soft melodies of a Patrick Watson composition and another small patio where you can eat a takeout meal.\nFrom July 16 to September 6, Montrealers will have an outdoor space at the Quartier des Spectacles that perfectly complies with social distancing guidelines.\nThe fun doesn't end there, however. From Thursdays to Sundays, surprise artistic performances will pop up in the Quartier to the delight of everyone who happens to pass by.\nFrom circus to music, there's no knowing what or who you might see stop by for a visit at the Quartier.\nView this post on Instagram @cirque_barcode_circus nous offre un spectacle surprise de barre russe! A post shared by Quartier des spectacles (@quartierdesspectacles_mtl) on Jul 16, 2020 at 3:02pm PDT\nNo performances will be announced in advance to avoid crowds of people, so make sure you hang around and you could see something truly awe-inspiring.\nFor the third year in a row, the Quartier des Spectacles will also feature several street art installations along the Promenade des Artistes.\nQuartier des Spectacles Montreal via Vincent Sauriol-Nadeau - Shoot Studio\nGiant visual projections will also illuminate the façade of the Grande Bibliothèque and other surrounding buildings, offering viewers a spectacular multimedia show.\nQuartier des Spectacles Montreal via Martine Doyon\nAnd finally, after you take in all the art and have yourself an excellent meal, you can challenge your friends to a game of chess at one of the several giant chessboards around the Quartier.\nView this post on Instagram Comment trouvez-vous notre nouvel aménagement de la place des Festivals? Pssst! La musique que vous y entendez a été créée par @patrickwatsonofficial! 🤩🎧💜 📸 @villedepluie & @jfsavaria . . . #placedesfestival #amenagement #verdissement #fontaines #musique #quartierdesspectacles #montreal #patrickwatson A post shared by Quartier des spectacles (@quartierdesspectacles_mtl) on Jul 17, 2020 at 9:10am PDT\nEveryone visiting the Quartiers des Spectacles is strongly advised to follow all social distancing guidelines and to wear a mask if possible.