Montreal's 21 Musical Swings Final Day At Quartier Des Spectacles Is Today

One last day to have fun and swing in the sun.
Montreal's 21 Musical Swings Final Day At Quartier Des Spectacles Is Today

Photo cred - Meghan

You read right, as of June 2nd 2014 Montreal's 21 Musical Swings that were installed at the beginning of April will be taken down.

Do not be too sad because the reason of them going away is to welcome the summer music festival season at Quartier Des Spectacles.

We suggest if you are near by today to go get one last swing on until they return in April 2015.

Enjoy!

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