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“Montréal En Lumière” Festival Is Taking Over Quartier Des Spectacles February 2017

Making winter in the city actually a really fun time!
“Montréal En Lumière” Festival Is Taking Over Quartier Des Spectacles February 2017

Alright, guys, if I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times: winter is one seriously magical time in Montreal.

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I mean, sure, even I'll admit that the cold and snow can get a little irritating sometimes. But Montreal's got legit tons of awesome winter festivals going down, so the snow and cold? Yeah, they don't even matter.

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One awesome festival coming up is Montreal En Lumiere.

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Montreal En Lumiere takes places annually in the city, and pretty much exists to celebrate everything awesome about the winter.

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They've got shows, concerts, dining experiences, a free outdoor site, and even an art/light/technology exhibition, and even host Montreal's famous Nuit Blanche all night winter celebration.

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This year, Montreal En Lumiere is taking place between February 23 - March 11, 2017.

Sounds like the most fun you can have in the wintertime? Then check out their Facebook page for more information.

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