15 Montreal Sidewalk Sales You Can Attend With Your Friends This Summer

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15 Montreal Sidewalk Sales You Can Attend With Your Friends This Summer

All you want to do during the summer is be outside, which for some of the shopaholics among us can be a bit difficult. I mean, you can't shop and be outside right? That would be the case for most of the year, but not during the summer in Montreal when there are tons of sidewalk sales to enjoy.

Combining the magic of great weather and the high of finding an amazing deal, sidewalk sales are an integral feature of summer in Montreal. And fortunately, there are sidewalk sales to last you from today all the way until September.

So get your shopping shoes ready, because below you'll find 15 amazing Montreal sidewalk sales to find insane deals all summer long.

Masson en fête at Promenade Masson

May 26th to 29th

  • Street closed from 1re and 12e Avenue along Masson

More info

Mont-Royal's Street Sale & Pavé Poésie

June 2nd to 5th

  • Street closed from St‑Laurent and d'Iberville along Mont-Royal

More info

The Promenade Wellington Street Sale

June 2nd to 5th

    • Street closed around De l'Église metro (to at least Willibrord)

More info

The Promenade Ontario Street Sale

June 2nd to 5th

    • Street closed from Pie-IX and Darling along Ontario

More info

The Saint Laurent/MURAL Street Sale

June 9th to 19th

  • Street closed from Sherbrooke to Mont-Royal along Saint Laurent

More info

The Monkland Grand Prix Festival

June 9th to 12th

  • Street closed from Girouard to Draper along Monkland

More info

Promenade Fleury's Vente Trottoir

June 16th to 19th

  • Street closed from Papineau Avenue and Saint-Hubert along Fleury East

More info

Atmosph'Air on Plaza Saint Hubert

July 6th to 10th

  • Street closed from Bellechasse and Jean‑Talon along Saint Hubert

More info

Sainte Catherine Street Sale

July 15th to 17th

  • Street closed from Guy and Bleury along Saint Catherine West

More info

Outdoor Bazaars In The Village

July 11th to 17th

  • Street closed from Saint Hubert to Papineau along Saint Catherine East

More info

Montreal's Italian Week

August 5th to 14th

  • Street closed from St-Zotique and Jean-Talon along Saint Laurent

More info

Flavours of Monkland Festival

August 18th to 20th

  • Street closed from Girouard to Draper along Monkland

More info

Nuit Blanche sur Tableau Noir

August 25th to 28th

  • Street closed from Saint-Laurent and d'Iberville along Mont-Royal

More info

The 18th Century Public Market

August 27th & 28th

  • Streets closed all around Pointe-à-Callière musuem

More info

Outdoor Bazaars In The Village

August 29th to September 4th

  • Street closed from Saint Hubert to Papineau along Saint Catherine East

More info

*Note:There are also street sales along La Gauchetière in Chinatown, but dates are not confirmed

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