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Here's A List Of Things To Do To Celebrate Montreal's Pride Week

Our city is celebrating Pride Week from August 9-15!

Things To Do During Montreal's Pride Week 2021

This year, Fierté Montréal's Pride Week theme is "Together for All" with the aim of "focusing all the attention on the voices and opinions of our sexually and gender diverse communities so that their demands may be highlighted in a context where because of the pandemic, they had recently been made close to invisible."

Between all the unique pre-recorded shows being broadcasted at Parc olympique to the 2021 Pride March, it's sure to be an unforgettable week.

Fierté Montréal 2021 | Xcellence + Crème Brulée

Fierté Montréal

When: Wednesday, August 11. Doors open at 6 p.m., show begins at 7:30 p.m.

Address: Esplanade du Parc olympique; 4141, ave. Pierre-de Coubertin Ave, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This show will celebrate queer and/or trans racialized people. The pre-recorded show hosted by Christopher Marlot will be full of local artists like Tamara Weber, Lonely Boy, Magbeta, Redgee, Barb Tarbox, Zaya Solange, and Hua Li. The night will end with a virtual performance by DJ Crème Brulée.

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Fierté Montréal 2021 | FeminX + Gayance

Fierté Montréal

When: Thursday, August 12. Doors open at 6 p.m., show begins at 7:30 p.m.

Address: Esplanade du Parc olympique; 4141, ave. Pierre-de Coubertin Ave, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Fierté Montreal's Thursday show will be a mix of pop, rap, indie and R&B music and you'll get to see performances by Judith Lussier, FeminiX, Roxanne Bruneau, Calamine, Flora Gionest, Andy Jon, Shah Frank, Sheenah Ko, Eadsé, Poulin, and Bayla, and DJ Gayance.

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Fierté Montréal 2021 | MajestiX + Ralphi Rosario

Fierté Montréal

When: Friday, August 13. Doors open at 6 p.m., show begins at 7:30 p.m.

Address: Esplanade du Parc olympique; 4141, ave. Pierre-de Coubertin Ave, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This night will be full of extraordinary "local drags to present majestic and magical acts," including Kiara, Alice Wildflower, Bambi Dextrous, Gabry Elle, Heaven Genderfuck, Gisele Lullaby, Lady BOom BoOm, Manny, Marla Deer, Veils of Bollywood, Misty Waterfalls, Peggy Sue, Prudence, RV Metal, Selma Gahd, Velma Jones, and Will Charmer. And a virtual performance by DJ Ralphi Rosario will close the evening.

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Fierté Montréal 2021 | Cabaret Orgullo LatinX + Mundo Disko

Fierté Montréal

When: Saturday, August 14. Doors open at 6 p.m., show begins at 7:30 p.m.

Address: Esplanade du Parc olympique; 4141, ave. Pierre-de Coubertin Ave, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: You'll get to see performances by the Latino Burlesque Canada troupe, which will include "burlesque, boylesque and drag acts with poetry and erotic tales." The finale will be a virtual music performance by Mundo Disko.

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The Pride March

When: Sunday, August 15 at 12 p.m.

Address: Beginning at Jeanne-Mance park

Why You Need To Go: This year's Pride March will look different than in years past, but it's sure to be just as impactful along its new route.

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b.cycle Pride Week classes

When: August 9-15

Address: b.cycle's Atwater Studio, Downtown Studio, Old Port Studio, Rockland Mall Outdoor Pop-up, and DIX30 Outdoor Pop-up

Why You Need To Go: If you like spinning, b.cycle's Pride Week classes are a great way to celebrate and get a workout in all at once. "From August 9th to August 15th, the week-long celebrations will offer multiple themed classes a day in the form of "Battle of the Divas". From Britney vs Christina, Shakira vs J.Lo, to Ariana vs Dua Lipa, the classes will surely bring out the DIVA in you!"

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