Montreal Is Hosting A Massive FREE Outdoor Grand Prix Party

If you are to attend just one event this weekend, this is it.
Montreal Is Hosting A Massive FREE Outdoor Grand Prix Party

Calling all summer festival junkies! Get ready for your mind to be blown. Grand Prix is hosting a massive festival this summer from June 4th to June 6th! Get ready for a weekend filled with music, food, and cars so beautiful, you'll think you were dreaming.

The festival will be held on Crescent street, and to be real, it looks fvcking awesome. There will be multiple set ups hosting different brands of cars, right on the street for you to openly gawk at. But the most exciting part is definitely the crazy amount of DJ's who are going to be performing all weekend long, on the Corona stage no less!

The festival starts very soon, so be sure to get your ticket while you still can!

To check out the line-up and the day-by-day schedule, check out their Facebook page!

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