But putting all that aside, the first obstacle course we wrote about will look puny compared to the new installation known as Aquazilla.
In honor of the Parc Jean-Drapeau Beach's 25th anniversary, the city of Montreal will be installing the gigantic 30x35 meter large inflatable island riddled with obstacles, slides and platforms for you to perform stunts on.
The inflatable island features an infinity loop (no idea what that is but it sound cool as f-ck), a central trampoline, a climbing tower, a cliff, some monkey bars, a flip bag and a giant swing to launch you into the water. Don't lie, you know that sounds awesome.
Course opens this Thursday, June 18th and will be open until August 23rd. See you there!
With all these recent festival announcements, one thing is certain — Montreal is back, baby! And what better way to celebrate the return of music and dancing to the city than with the always popular îLESONIQ?
That's right. Even though the main festival was postponed until 2022, the fine folks at îLESONIQ are bringing îLESONIQ Redux to Montreal over three days this September and the lineup is out now.
re·dux /ˌrēˈdəks/ : ramené; réanimé. 💫
Vous êtes invités à une réunion de FAM du 24 au 26 septembre 2021 sur l'îl… https://t.co/ciaNEzFyzX
The City of Brossard, a municipality on Montreal's South Shore, has issued a boil water advisory "until further notice" so residents will want to skip drinking tap water or boil it for at least a minute before doing so.
"The City of Brossard is issuing a boil water advisory for its entire territory following laboratory analysis results that indicate the presence of fecal coliforms in the water system," reads a statement. If it's not clear, fecal coliforms are bacteria passed through the feces of humans and animals.
Fresh off its run along the Lachine Canal in the Sud-Ouest, Les Guinguettes has opened to the public in Parc Jean-Drapeau, the park society announced via press release.
Described as "a venue you might find at a seaside resort," Les Guinguettes "[invites] citizens to take back the banks of the Saint Lawrence River" in a "colourful setting" that "includes dining tables, temporary swings, ping-pong tables, stages for hosting outdoor shows and a luminous decor which creates a fabulous evening ambiance."
The vegan restaurant Merci Tata is also popping back up, bringing its menu of tapas, burgers, waffles and cocktails by the pitcher to the island park.
Visitors can enjoy all this along with a view of the city.
"This outdoor refreshment area, which has been ingeniously set up, will enable visitors to unwind and relax for a few hours in a charming setting that affords a unique view of downtown Montreal," Société du parc Jean-Drapeau Director-General Isabelle Bonneau said in the press release.
Get the details below.
La Guingette du Parc
Cuisine: Cocktails, tapas, burgers and desserts
Address: Île Sainte-Hélène river shuttle dock zone