- Here are 30 free things to do in Montreal this September, 2019.
- Make the most of the end of summer and celebrate the beginning of fall with these activities and events!
Summer may not officially end until September 23, but with the end of August only days away, it feels like it's just around the corner. Where did the last few months go? It seems like just yesterday we were complaining about the extreme heat.
But Septemeber is still one of the perfect Montreal weather months when the heat has finally abated enough to enjoy walking the city without dripping with sweat, yet cool enough to make an excuse to drink a pumpkin spice latte. I mean, if you're into that kind of thing.
But even though the summer is winding down, and most of the shows and events are starting to pack up until next year, there are still some amazing free festivals and experiences left for September that you should try.
For those who are going back to school, sadly it's time to start watching your budget, so finding cheap and free things to do will save you money that you can spend on things like food and beer.
Whether you are heading back to school, looking for a way to relax or want to check out some cultural events, this list of 30 free things to do in Montreal for September has got you covered.
Yoga On The Sand
When: September 1; 6 p.m.
Where: 2100 Rue Notre-Dame E.; Village Au Pied-du-Courant
Fetish Photo Walk
When: September 1; 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Begins at 1415 Rue St-Hubert
Concordia's Used Book Giveaway
When September 3
Where: 1515 Rue Ste-Catherine O.; EV Building Atrium on the Sir George Williams Campus
Attend A Concert On The Steps Of Saint Joseph's Oratory
When: September 4 & 11; starting at 7 p.m.
Where: 3800 Chemin Queen-Mary; L'Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal
Oumf Back To School Block Party
When: Sept 5 – 7
Where: Rue St-Denis (keep an eye out for updates on their interactive map)
Premier Vendredi Food Truck Festival At The Olympic Stadium
When: September 6; 4 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Where: 4545 Ave. Pierre-de Coubertin; Stade Olympique
When: September 6 – 8
Where: Rue Beaubien Est and 9e avenue; Parc Beaubien
Celebrate Quebec's National Park Day
When: September 7
Take Part In A Giant Chess Tournament
When: September 7; 11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Rue Sainte-Catherine, between Jeanne-Mance and Saint-Urbain
Bloc Urbain At the Olympic Park
When: Now open 24/7!
Where: 2727 Boulevard Pie-IX
Attend A Free Horror Street Fair
When: September 13 & 14
Where: 4817 Rue Wellington
Learn How To Make Your Own Kombucha At The Ferment Fest
When: September 14; 10 a.m.
Where: 7070 Avenue Henri-Julien; Marche Jean-Talon
Check Out The Fall Fest Craft Fair
When: Sept 14 & 15
Where: 1871 Boulevard Rosemont
Take A Picture Under Montreal's Rainbow Balls Before They're Taken Down Forever
When: Before the end of September
Where: Rue Sainte-Catherine from rues Saint-Hubert Street to Cartier.
Take In a Classic Car Show
When: Every Tuesday; 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Where: 7700 Décarie; Orange Julep
Check Out Surfaces Urban Street Art
When: Now until October
Where: Promenade des Artistes
Upgrade Your Career At The Montreal Job Fair
When: September 18; 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: 999 Rue St-Urbain; Holiday Inn Montreal Centreville
Grab A Last Drink On The Canal Lounge Floating Bar
When: Now! The bar closes October 12
Where: Quai Atwater
Practice Your French With Mundo Lingo
When: Every Friday
Where: 403 Rue Ontario E.
Watch Thousands of Marathon Runners Compete In The Old Port
When: September 21 – 22
Where: Old Port
Montreal Vegan Festival
When: September 21 – 22
Where: 1001 Jean-Paul Riopelle; Palais des congrès
Visit This Gorgeous Pumpkin Patch
When: September 1 to October 31; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Where: 839, Main Road, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac
Make Your Last Trip Of The Summer To The Marché des Exclusiers
When: Saturdays; 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: 400 Rue de la Commune O.
Listen To Live Traditional Music
When: Every Monday throughout September
Where: 552 Rue Sainte-Catherine E.; L'escalier
(*Check the lineup for free events)
When: September 25 - 29
Where: Locations around Montreal