From Ziggy Marley live in concert to a timely discussion on the Presidential Debate, here is everything you need for your social calendar today.
What: One of the biggest reggae musicians in the world is coming to Montreal. Ziggy Marley, son of famed reggae artist and international icon Bob Marley, is bringing his signature sound as part of a mega-tour across the US and Canada.
When: September 27 at 7 pm
Where: L’Olympia, 1004 Sainte-Catherine East
What: Come down for Canada’s longest running urban improv music night that has been wowing weekly crowds witout fail since 2003! Experience musical improv like never before with our vast cast of rotating artists that not only bring you to your feet but also bring your soul to life.
When: September 27 at 8:30 pm
Where: Petit Campus – 57 Prince Arthur Est, Montreal
What: The Montreal branch of the Canadian International Council, in partnership with the United States Consulate General in Montreal, is hosting a timely discussion on the upcoming United States presidential election with two former members of the U.S. Congress: Congressman Martin Lancaster (Democrat) and Congressman Steven K. Kuykendall (Republican). Get the inside scoop from two experts and ask questions about making America great again.
When: September 27 at 5:30 pm
Where: University Club of Montreal, 2047 Rue Mansfield
What: The 11th edition of Montreal’s World Press Photo will showcase the photography from the winners of the most prestigious professional competition in the world.
When: Until October 2
Where: Bonsecous Market, 325 de la Commune Street East
There’s no denying the Montreal is unbelievable gorgeous in the fall. Mont Royal becomes a sea of yellow, orange, and red, the temperature is perfect for jeans and a sweater, and cafes start serving pumpkin-infused drinks. If you’re still a little sad that summer is over, why not pump yourself up by venturing outdoors and taking a few fall-tastic Instagram photos. Go for a walk up Mont Royal or just head to your local Starbucks and enjoy a pumpkin spiced latte. You’ll quickly realize that fall in Montreal is pretty damn awesome.