Montreal Is Hosting A Massive Tattoo Festival

Over 250 world renowned tattoo artists will be there.
Montreal Is Hosting A Massive Tattoo Festival

That's right, one of Montreal biggest tattoo conventions is coming back for its 13th edition. 250 world renowned tattoo artists will be putting their best stuff on display at place Bonaventure from September 11th to the 13th. There will be live musical performances, tattoo contests, as well as the SKULL PROJECT III competition.

This year the convention will feature 40 new artists that have never come to Montreal before.

Click here for the list of artists attending this year so you can book your appointment first.

Additionally, the festival will be featuring the Ladies Of Ink Exhibition which will focus on the work of 30 female artists. This exhibition is for the benefit of the Beast Cancer Foundation.

Entrance:

  • Friday Sept. 11th: 6pm-12am / 20$
  • Saturday Sept. 12th: 11am-11pm/20$
  • Sunday Sept. 13th: 11am-7pm/20$
  • Full Weekend Pass: 50$

Check out Art Tattoo Montreal's Facebook page for more info or to buy tickets.

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