Thursday has arrived and we’re one step closer to the weekend! There is so much happening around town today. Get out there and enjoy these Montreal events.
A light-up winter wonderland will be taking over Place des Festivals this winter for the eighth annual edition of Luminothérapie.
This year’s display is called Impulse and it is an interactive work made up of light-up seesaws.
Where: Place des Festivals, Jeanne Mance St.
When: November 30, 2017, to January 28, 2018
Time: Sunday to Wednesday: from noon to 10 pm
Thursday to Saturday: from noon to 11 pm
Here’s another Christmas market to add to your list.
From November November 23 to December 24 this charming alleyway in Old Montreal will turn into an adorable holiday market hosted by The Pepin Shop.
Where: 378 Rue St-Paul O, Montréal
When: Until December 24, 2017
Time: Various times, check event page for details
An ‘Ugly Christmas Tree Village’ is officially coming to Montreal this holiday season.
From November 24 to December 23, head down to Prince-Arthur Street East for the city’s first edition of the Village du Vilain Sapin de Montréal.
This is definitely not your average Christmas festival. Prince-Arthur Street East will light up with festivities including entertainment, music, and decorations.
Where: On Prince Arthur Street East, between St-Laurent Blvd. and Laval Avenue
When: From November 24 to December 23
Time: Monday to Friday, 4 pm to 9 pm
Saturday, from 11 am to 9 pm
Sunday, from 11 am to 7 pm
Montreal’s Museum of Contemporary Art will host a series of five concerts based on five iconic Leonard Cohen albums to honour the legendary artist.
The concerts will take place during the five months of the museums “A Crack in Everything”exhibition, which is dedicated to Leonard Cohen and his artistry.
Haïtian chefs Hans Chavannes and Kenny Pélissier of the restaurant Casserole Kréole serve up a spicy culinary escape alongside cultural and musical performances highlighting Haïtian emerging artists.
Where: Theater Paradox, 5959 Boul. Monk, Montreal
When: November 30, 2017
Price: Tickets are $150