5 things to do in Montreal today: Wednesday, May 2

May 2 2018, 1:44 pm

Happy Humpday, Montreal. From Stars on Ice to a meteorite in Montreal, these events will definitely add some excitement to your Wednesday.

Stars on Ice

From standing on top of the podiums with a pair of gold medals to announcing their lack of dating on Ellen, Canada’s favourite dynamic duo has had no shortage of unforgettable moments. Now, they’ll be bringing their jaw-dropping chemistry to Montreal. Canada’s very own Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will be taking to the ice at the Bell Centre in Montreal as part of the Stars on Ice tour.

Where: Bell Centre, 1909 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal
When: May 2, doors open at 6 pm show begins at 7 pm
Tickets: Available online starting at $40

21 Swings

Montreal’s beloved 21 Swings (or 21 Balancoires) is returning to Promenade des Artistes this spring! Is there any better sign that spring has arrived?

When: Until May 27, 2018
Where: Promenade des Artistes

Montreal Digital Spring

Quartier des Spectacles is hosting a unique digital art festival all season long. Throughout the months of March, April, May, and June, Quartier des Spectacles will see all sorts of events pertaining to the digital arts. These include a media lab, live musical performances, and sculptures. Be sure to check out what’s going on in Quartier des Spectacles every weekend in the spring.
Where: Quartier des Spectacles
When: From now to June 21, 2018

Particles of Existence 

The Phi Centre is hosting an out-of-this-world exhibit that you definitely do not want to miss. Particles of Existence explores new dimensions of how science and technology have brought us closer to understanding our universe and beyond.

Where: The Phi Centre, 407 Rue Saint-Pierre
When: Until August 12, 2018. Closed on Monday.
Time: Various time slots. Check website for details.
Tickets: Available online

Almahatta Sitta meteorite

There’s always an element of mystery and wonder when it comes to all things space. From the thousands of millions of stars, every planet of the solar system, and the countless asteroids and comets, there are entire worlds that are still yet to be discovered. Until July 20, 2018, Montrealers will be able to see the Almahata Sitta meteorite at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium.

Where: Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium – 4801 Pierre-De Coubertin Ave.
When: Until July 20, 2018
Time: All day

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