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5 things to do in Montreal today: Wednesday, November 30

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Karolina Jez Nov 29, 2016 8:30 pm 78

From a holiday market featuring the coolest local creations to A$AP Ferg in concert, here is everything you need on your social calendar today.

Souk @ sat

What: If you’re sick of shopping in chain retail stores, then the souk @ sat is for you. This annual market highlights the coolest creations that Montreal has to offer. Sixty local artists come together under one roof, displaying everything from designer clothes and accessories to jewelry, CDs, and toys. There is guaranteed to be something for all tastes and budgets at this massive holiday fair.
When: November 29-December 4
Where: 1201 Boul St-Laurent

A$ap Ferg in Concert

What: Hip Hop Wednesday! Hailing from Harlem, Ferg is the next member of the infamous A$AP Mob collective to have a solo project sharing gritty rhymes that truly captivate the audience.
When: November 30
Where: Metropolis, 59 Rue Sainte-Catherine E

Fontaine Boreale, 2016 Edition

What: Back for its second year, the Fontaine Boreale show will take place at Complexe Desjardins. This immersive and multi-sensorial experience combines water and light to bring you regularly scheduled shows that are sure to mesmerize.
When: November 19-December 31 at 4:30 pm, 5 pm, 6 pm, 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, and 10 pm
Where: Complexe Desjardins

Santa’s Kingdom

What: Santa is back at Complexe Desjardins this Christmas! Head on over this downtown mall and marvel at Santa, his elves, and of course the grand carousel going round and round. While meet Santa or going on a carousel ride will set you back $2, being in the vicinity and watching the fun is enough to spread Christmas cheer.
When: Until December 24
Where: Complexe Desjardins

Macbeth

What: After two sold-out runs, The Other Theatre is proud to bring back Shakespeare’s tale of ambition, murder and magic. A tale where the living and the dead intermingle, where the magical and the mortal become indistinguishable, Macbeth invites the spectator into the heart of dreams and madness. Shows will be presented in French and Haitian Creole with English translation.
When: Until December 6
Where: Segal Centre, 5170 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine


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Karolina Jez

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