A medieval convention is galloping its way towards Montreal this spring, just in time for the finale of Game of Thrones.
Take it back to the 15th century as the Pierre-Charbonneau Center will be taken over by knights, queens, and kings as the Salon de la Passion Médiévale returns to our fair city.
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This event will feature a plethora of medieval activities including combat sports, treasure and dragon hunting, and a masquerade costume competition.
And, given that it’s tough to get your hands on fire-breathing dragons (literally), there will be a fire performance because it’s not really medieval without it.
The three-day event will be split up between outdoor and indoor activities, which will feature dozens of exhibitors.
Whether you’re a history buff or you just love being transported to a time of armour, horses, and medieval weaponry, this might be up your alley.
All ages are welcome and tickets range from $14 for a one-day ticket to $90 for a three-day ticket which includes a medieval banquet dinner.
When: May 3 – 5
Time: 5 pm – 10 pm (Friday), 10 am – 6 pm (Saturday), 10 am – 5 pm (Sunday)
Where: Pierre-Charbonneau Center
Price: $14 – $90, available online