Downtown will reverberate with close to 450 performances, "from spontaneous and wandering performances of music, dance, circus arts, theatre, and comedy, to on-the-spot creations of visual arts and digital arts."
In addition, four themed weekends "take it all to another level, doubling the number of free outdoor shows" with plenty of amazing performances.
On the first themed weekend, circus groups will "take the spotlight," according to a press release shared with MTL Blog.
Everyone loves churros — what could be bad about fried choux pastry dough covered in cinnamon sugar and sometimes stuffed with caramel or chocolate? If you're getting hungry just thinking about the popular Latin American treat, then mark your calendar because you now officially have plans at Churros Montreal on Saturday.
To celebrate its 22nd anniversary of operation, Churros Montreal will be selling churros for $1 on June 19.
For starters, the number of people allowed at the beach will be limited compared to the usual capacity.
Your time at the beach will also be limited to 45 minutes, and there are no reservations.
Until the beach opens on Saturday, the swimming area is unsupervised and swimming is not recommended. The Arrondissement de Verdun is also letting people know that its team will be filling sand on June 10 and 11 so "respect the signage."
It's expected to be 29 degrees and sunny in Montreal on Saturday — perfect for a day chilling on the shores of the Saint-Lawrence River.
When: Saturday, June 12. Daily hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Address: Behind the Verdun Auditorium, near the De l’Église metro station