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Montreal is buzzing with excitement as May brings a plethora of events, concerts, and festivals to the city. Music lovers will be treated to diverse artists, including Lizzo, Megadeth, Blink 182, and Lee Fields. For conservation enthusiasts, the legendary Dr. Jane Goodall will share her experiences and ground-breaking discoveries at Place Des Arts. Nightclubs like Rouge Bar and New City Gas will host some of the year’s biggest parties. The festival season also kicks off in May with events such as the Festival TransAmériques, the Montreal International Portugal Festival, and the Fuego Fuego Festival. The theater scene will also be vibrant with various shows, including the popular podcast You’re Wrong About and the contemporary dance program Ultraviolet. With so much going on, May will surely be a wild month in Montreal. will help you create your epic night by booking you a table at one of Montreal’s fine restaurants, and they will even hook you up with one of Montreal’s nightclubs or bars after the concert if you want to have a drink or two. Not only that but if you are coming from out of town, will also take care of your hotel needs in ideal areas of the city and your travel accommodations at the best rates. will take care of all your needs, and all you have to do is call or text them now at 438-995-6496.

Night Clubs


Location: Rouge Bar

Date: Sunday, May 21st

Le Rouge Bar is hosting the biggest Italian party of the year on the weekend of Victoria Day! The party is open to everyone, so do not worry if you do not have your Italian passport or do not understand the passion for all things red, white, and green. Mass Min promises that the night will be filled with fantastic music, including your favorite Italian hits that have stood the test of time. The staff will hand out special Italian treats throughout the night; you can expect plenty of grappa to flow. Insieme is a ticket-only event, so contact to get yours before they sell out!

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New City Gas

Montreal’s New City Gas is the place to be in May if you are a music lover! Road to Escapade brings some incredible artists to the stage, including Nicky Romero, on May 12th, with Dubvision and Frank Walker warming up the crowd before the main act. If you are in the mood for something more experimental, Project: Parallels, featuring Dion Timmer and Kompany, along with Cyclops and Hūmansiōn, promises a spectacular show on May 13th. On May 19th, check out Black Coffee with live performances by Guti and Paskal Daze for a taste of something utterly unique. On May 26th, New City Gas will host Kid Franscescoli, Banx & Ranx, and Arielle Roberge. And if you are a disco fan, check out Purple Disco Machine on May 27th with Kinjo and B’ugo.

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Montreal best concerts in May 2023

Montreal is gearing up for an exciting lineup of concerts in May. The month promises to bring a variety of musical genres to the city, with something for everyone. Lizzo, the Grammy-winning musician known for her catchy pop, hip-hop, and R&B tunes, will grace the stage at the Bell Centre on May 4th. Heavy metal fans can look forward to Megadeth’s performance at Place Bell in Laval on May 11th, while Blink 182 and Turnstile will bring their energetic and punk-infused rock music to the Bell Centre on May 12th. Soul fans will not want to miss Lee Fields’ performance at the Corona Theatre on May 13th, and Seal’s smooth vocals will be on full display at the Theatre Saint-Denis on May 14th. George Thorogood & The Destroyers will perform at MTELUS on May 14th for those who enjoy blues-infused rock music. Finally, electronic dance music lovers can look forward to an unforgettable performance by Seven Lions at Place Bell in Laval on May 19th. With such a wide variety of musical talent coming to Montreal in May, music lovers are in for a real treat.

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Amazing Festivals starting in May in Montreal

Montreal is gearing up for an exciting festival season this May. From May 19th to 21, the Centre des Musiciens du Monde will host the Festival des Musiciens du Monde. This annual program guarantees new musical discoveries, popular favorites, and audience participation in dances and group activities. Festival TransAmériques, from May 24th to June 8th, 2023, will offer premieres and must-see exclusives for those seeking experimental performance and innovative dance. The Montreal International Portugal Festival, May 26-28, 2023, will provide food, language, and culture for the whole family. Festival Eurêka, moving to its new home in Parc Jean-Drapeau, will offer 75 outdoor activities that explore science in a fun and family-friendly way. The Fuego Fuego Festival, on May 27 and 28, 2023, will feature Latin music on the open esplanade of the Olympic Park. Finally, from May 29th to June 18th, 2023, the St-Ambroise Montréal Fringe Festival will bring over 700 artists and musicians to the Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood for a giant stage performance.

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Best Theater and comedy show in May in Montreal

Bal Burlesque Montreal

Montreal’s performing arts scene will be red hot in May, with a variety of shows in May 2023 promising to make the city’s cultural scene even more vibrant and exciting. From a live performance of the popular modern history podcast “You’re Wrong About” to the mixed contemporary dance program “Ultraviolet” to tributes to renowned Quebec artists such as “Le Projet Riopelle” by Robert Lepage, there is something for everyone. In addition, comedians such as Fabien Cloutier and storytellers such as Arleen Thibault will entertain the audience with their humor and wit.

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Place Des Arts

An Evening with Jane Goodall

Dr. Jane Goodall, renowned conservationist and scientist, will share her remarkable journey with Montrealers in May. Armed with nothing but a notebook and binoculars, she first ventured into the forests of Tanzania in 1960 to observe wildlife. Her experiences led her to witness chimpanzees making tools and eventually leaving the park to care for and protect them. In her upcoming talk, Dr. Goodall will describe her incredible animal behavior discoveries and evolution into one of the world’s most active conservationists. Her compelling stories of working alone in the rainforest inspire people of all ages. At the same time, her vision of a future where humans live in harmony with nature offers hope and encouragement for a better world. Take advantage of this opportunity to hear from a true legend in the world of conservation.

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