5 things to do in Montreal today: Tuesday, March 26

Mar 25 2019, 5:56 pm

Somehow, it’s already the last Tuesday of March. As we prepare to welcome in April (and hopefully warmer weather), here are five things happening in Montreal today, March 26, to keep you busy.

Toronto Blue Jays vs Milwaukee Brewers – Olympic Stadium

Baseball returns to Montreal’s Olympic Stadium tonight (we can get used to saying that) in the form of the Toronto Blue Jays as they welcome the Milwaukee Brewers the final game of a two-night tune-up before the start of the 2019 MLB season.

It’s a great nostalgic feel to clamp down those plastic seats at the Big O but it’s also an important showing that the city could thrive again with the return of Major League Baseball to La Belle Province.

When: Tuesday, March 26
Time: 7:05 pm
Where: Olympic Stadium – 4545 avenue Pierre-Courbetin
Price: $19.25 – $86.75, available online

Honey Martin Trivia

Honey Martin is a cozy Irish Pub in NDG that hosts arguably the busiest pub trivia in town. They do six rounds of ten questions. A winner is rewarded each round with either a round of drinks or a round of shots. A round for a round – solid deal.

The questions are all general knowledge and the trivia host is interactive and funny. Buy him a shot and he’ll go easy on you.

You might need all the help you can get, there’s usually a bunch of teams.

When: Tuesday, March 26
Time: 9 pm – 1:30 am
Where: 5916 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Price: Free

The Horrifically Real Virtuality at Centre Phi

A collective immersive experience combining virtual reality, cinema, and interactivity by filmmaker Ed Wood is taking place the Phi Centre tonight.

The event allows viewers to watch the film in a virtual environment while interacting physically and in real time with characters and material objects.

When: Tuesday, March 26
Time: 10:30 am – 8 pm
Where: Phi Centre, 407, rue Saint-Pierre
Price: $46 – $55, available online

Art Matters 2019

Art Matters, North America’s largest undergraduate arts festival, is returning to various galleries throughout the city for three weeks in its 18th edition.

According to the Art Matters website, the festival works to celebrate and support the talent within Concordia’s Fine Arts Department as well as to provide emerging artists with the practical skills and tools needed to promote art.

When: Tuesday, March 26
Time: Varying times
Where: Various galleries throughout Montreal
Price: Free admission

Notre Damn Good Comedy Show

Cafe Shaika in NDG has restyled their weekly comedy show as the Notre Damn Good Comedy Show.

The show features a slew of local comedians, testing out new jokes and/or refining old ones.

Cafe Shaika’s coffee and some Tuesday night laughs? Good steal.

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