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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This spot is mostly known for its incredibly delicious all-natural unicorn lemonades and super cool terrarium-esque desserts... but tbh, you need to get yourself there and try every. Single. Thing.
The food here is fresh and delicious. I tried their chicken kimchi bao bun, and let me tell you, it was a life-changing experience. The bao bun was soft and steamed to perfection; the chicken was juicy and moist; the kimchi worked perfectly with all the accoutrements in the bun.
Appropriately namedHarry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets In Concert, this event will feature a showing of the second Harry Potter film... while a live orchestra plays along to the score. There will be French subtitles for the film.
Honestly, if that doesn't sound magical, I don't know what does.
Tickets go on sale on April 22, but you can get them early on the Place Des Arts website April 20 - 21 with the promo code HP2PDA.
I waited patiently (impatiently) for the last Harry Potter book to come out. I knew all there was to know about the series. I even bought a whole bunch of swag to totally trick out my room. I was obsessed AF.
Which was why, when I found out about this Harry Potter-themed event, I think I literally screamed in nostalgia/happiness for a solid five minutes.
On April 8 and 9, Montreal's Place Des Arts will be hosting a live orchestra Harry Potter concert at the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier.
The concert will feature a live 84-piece symphony orchestra performance performing live, note for note, to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.