Montreal's "Terrasse Launch Block Party" Is Taking Over Saint-Denis Street This Week

With musical performances presented by Osheaga.
Montreal's "Terrasse Launch Block Party" Is Taking Over Saint-Denis Street This Week

Summer is here and that means one thing, It's going to be hot out. Okay maybe it means more than one thing, quite a few things actually. One of the things worth mentioning other than the heat is The Official Terrasse Launch Block Party which is taking over St-Dennis street on May 22-23rd.

Several streets, in the Quartier Latin area will be closed off so all the terrasses  can take the spotlight and officially open to the public. There will also be a ton of activities including: Mini-Putt, rock climbing, organized games, live mural creation and several kiosques and live musical performances brought to you by the organizers of Osheaga.

It's sure to be a hell of a good time so don't miss out!

Check out the Facebook page for more information

Photo cred - LancementDesTerrasses

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