Watch Montreal Man Play The Game Of Thrones Theme On Public Piano

As you may or may not know, Montreal has once again been invaded by public pianos. These pianos have been set up all over the city for the public to play as they please. The pianos have each been decorated with original artwork by Montreal artists. The concept is simple yet genius, functional pieces of art that the whole city can enjoy.

One Montrealer decided to put one of these pianos to use with a very particular piece of music. The theme song that's been stuck in everyone's head every Sunday for the last 10 weeks. I'm talking of course about the Game of Thrones theme song.

Have a look and a listen:

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A Smorgasbord-Style Market With Music & Food Trucks Is Popping Up Beside The Lachine Canal

There will be more than 30 kiosks over the course of 3 different weekends.

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A new smorgasbord-style market with "ephemeral terrasses, cultural pop-ups and musical entertainment" is coming to the banks of the Lachine Canal in Griffintown over the course of three weekends, beginning on July 31 and August 1.

The event name, Sudbest, perfectly captures the goal of the event. Organizers call it the Sud-Ouest's "largest commercial revival initiative," bringing forward as many of the borough's merchants, artists and artisans as possible.

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Whether you're part of the art world or simply interested in visual art and exploring unique places in Montreal, Galerie 203 is an absolute must-visit.

This colourful space constantly has a variety of artist's works hung up on the walls, yet constantly feels like a trip back in time.

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11 Exciting Free Things To Do In Montreal This July

Fun times that won't cost you a dime!

July is upon us, which means summer is in full swing and everyone is searching for free things to do in Montreal right now.

And we're here to help! Here are 11 ideas that won't cost you a dime this month.

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If you're a boba lover in Montreal, start stretching your hands. Why? Because One Babo's bubble teas come in chunky cups that you won't want to put down.

To celebrate its new location in the Old Port of Montreal, One Babo is serving up $2 bubble teas all day Saturday starting at 12 p.m., as long as you follow its Instagram page. The first 50 people will actually get their boba totally free. 

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