Sunday has arrived Montreal! Here are six things to do around town today.
Get ready to feast because a giant food festival is coming to the Old Port next month. The Yul Eat festival will take place from September 2 to 4 and will feature dozens of amazing food vendors and appearances by talented local chefs serving up amazing dishes.
Where: Clock Tower Quay, Old Port of Montreal
When: Until 4
Les Siestes Musicales invites you to relax by discovering immersive, dreamlike music and live music by musicians installed in the heart of the public: a unique way to hear a variety of musical genres while lying on mats, cushions or even in the grass by the water.
Where: Parc Jerry
When: September 3rd from 1 to 3:30 pm
The 6th edition of the SOUP Festival of Vaudreuil-Soulanges celebrates delicious soups from all over the world. So get your spoons ready and try soups from various countries including Belgium, Mexico, and Portugal.
Besides all the soup you can dream of, there will also be live entertainment and music on site.
Where: Pointe-du-Moulin Historical Park, at the end of Don Quixote Boulevard on Île-Perrot.
When: Sunday, September 3, from 10 am to 4 pm
As part of Montreal’s 375th-anniversary celebrations, Sherbrooke Street has been temporarily turned into an open-air museum. According to the website, it gives Montrealers “the chance to soak up a spectacular world-class public art exhibition.” What are you waiting for?
Where: Sherbrooke Street West between the McCord Museum and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
When: Now until October 2
The third edition of Montreal Bacon Week is back and better than ever. Head down to Quartier DIX30 for all the bacon your heart desires.
Where: Quartier DIX30, 6000 Boulevard Rome, Brossard
When: September 1 to 9
Bixi Bikes are now back on the roads which means it’s time to start exploring our city’s beautiful bike paths. With bike paths all around the city, cycling in Montreal has never been easier. So hop on your bike, borrow one from a friend, or take advantage of the city’s Bixi bikes and get pedaling! For a little inspiration, check out the most beautiful bike paths in Montreal.
Where: Various locations