Walk Walk Danceis a "brand new project imagined for the cities of the world hoping to quickly revive public spaces after the vacuum created by the pandemic," according to a press release. You can walk, jump, roll, or dance on carpet to trigger beautiful music.
"The pandemic and lockdown isolated people inside their homes, cities and public spaces were deserted, sad and lifeless. We wanted to create an opportunity to meet each other and reclaim our cities, no matter where we live, " said Mouna Andraos, co-founder of Daily tous les jours.
Walk Walk Dance premiered in Toronto in June 2021.
"The purpose of this project is to surprise people by creating spontaneous moments of joy, safely, " added Melissa Mongiat, co-founder of Daily tous les jours.
The installation will be in Quartier des Spectacles until September 6, 2021.
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Montreal's Mile End skatepark is set to host a huge nighttime block party this September as part of MAPP_MTL's sixth edition.
The event, billed as "Montreal's projection mapping festival," is a celebration of digital art. The block party will feature monumental digital creations cast on the surrounding buildings, illuminating the skatepark as electronic music plays.
Local restaurant Nakamichi will be serving Japanese fried chicken and pastries over the course of the electric event.
In a press release, MAPP_MTL says there will also be a "small shopping area" showcasing local businesses.
Digital artworks will include work by artist Delphine Dussoubs (Dalkhafine) and minute-long projections by artists from Quebec and around the world, as well as what the festival describes as "works improvised by creators and members of the public [unfolding] in real-time."
Located in the heart of the city, the rooms in this horror escape room game in Montreal may give you more chills than your favourite scary movie and one of them is so disturbing that it's only for people 16 years and older.
Among the themes presented are The Unknown for ages 16 and up, Insomnium, which is reminiscent of the famous Stranger Things series, The Cabin in the Woods and the Haunted Pirate Ship.
The Unknown is rated at a difficulty level of four out of five and is done in groups of two to four. The room is described as a social experiment that turns into a nightmare when the line between game and reality is not completely clear.
The cost is $25 per person and, depending on the theme you choose to discover, you can be from two to eight people to solve the puzzle and escape the room.
To book your immersion into this creepy setting, you can go to its website and choose the time that suits you and your gang best. It's advisable to make a reservation as soon as possible because places get filled up quickly!
Find The Key Montreal
Cost: $25 per person
When: Tuesday to Sunday
Address: 1000, rue Atateken, Suite 101, Montreal, QC