A five-day festival will celebrate Montreal’s street art and hip-hop culture this month.
The 2017 Under Pressure Graffiti festival is taking place from August 9 to 13. The Festival was founded in 1996 right herein Montreal by graffiti writers Seaz and Flow. The event is the oldest festival of urban cultures still active in the world.
This year, join over 400 local and international artists who will be creating murals and artwork.
The festival also showcases the hip-hop culture so be prepared for some pretty epic DJ competitions and performances.
Where: Downtown Montreal, St. Catherine Street East, between St. Dominic and St. Elizabeth.
When: August 9 to 13
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