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A Weekend long Celebration of Culture, Music, and Gastronomy

As Labour Day weekend approaches, Montreal is gearing up for a cultural fiesta that promises to be spectacular. Welcome to “Montreal’s Must-Attend 34,” a weekend-long celebration that luckily gives everyone Monday off to recover. From the pulsating beats of Hip Hop to the mouth-watering aromas of international cuisines, from the electrifying riffs of indie rock to the vibrant hues of Mexican tacos, this event-packed week offers a smorgasbord of experiences that cater to every taste and interest. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store for you during this unforgettable week: 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 if you want to have a drink or two after the concert. That is not all; if you come from out of town, will also care for your hotel needs in ideal city areas and your travel accommodations at the best rates. Call or text them now at 438-995-6496 to find out how you can have the perfect night in Montreal.

Thursday, August 31st

Montreal Loves Hip Hop

Artists Cholo-B, Scramblelock, Frank BLVD, and DJ Devious, in collaboration with Handy “HYA” Yacinthe—a pioneer in Quebec’s popping dance community and a significant influencer in the Canadian and international street dance scenes—invite you to a week-long celebration of street dance culture from August 29th to September 4th in the Quartier des spectacles. The festival aims to immerse attendees in the rich history and vibrant presence of Hip Hop in Montreal and beyond, featuring an exhibition of archives and objects. Over 150 artists from diverse backgrounds will showcase their talents through high-level battles, breaking, popping, hip hop, krump, beat-making, Kidz Battle, and master classes. The event is a festive and electrifying experience highlighting street dance as both a cultural and social phenomenon, offering an opportunity to discover Afro-American community dances that have gained global popularity.

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Friday September 1st

Les Premiere Vendredi as Stade Olympique

Kicking off on Friday, September 1st, First Fridays returns to the Esplanade of the Olympic Park in Montreal as Canada’s largest street food event. Since its inception in 2012, the monthly festival, from June to October, has become a gastronomic and cultural staple in the community. Each edition gathers over 50 food trucks and boasts more than 3,000 seats, making it the largest temporary terrace in town. The event showcases an extensive culinary program featuring diverse offerings from LA CABANE À CHICHIS, LE CHURROS.CA, ET LE TACOS.CA, GREENBANK BBQ, and many more, including international cuisines like ARMANDOS BBQ and GRILLADES ARGENTINES.

In addition to the culinary delights, First Fridays celebrates the cultural diversity of Montreal by highlighting the traditions and culture of a different country each month. This edition features a rich cultural program, including traditional Vietnamese music by NHÓM ĐÀN DÂN TỘC MONTREAL and performances by PRAY’NSLAY, EVERGROWTH CREW, DREA, VY, SOFT YANKIS, and YENNY. Whether a foodie or a culture enthusiast, First Fridays offers something for everyone in a vibrant atmosphere that encourages social interactions and entertainment.

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Saturday, September 2nd

Arctic Monkeys

On Saturday, September 2nd, the Arctic Monkeys are set to electrify the Bell Centre with their iconic blend of indie rock and post-punk revival. Known for their captivating stage presence and lyrical prowess, the Sheffield-born band promises an unforgettable night for fans and newcomers alike. As one of the most influential bands of the 21st century, the Arctic Monkeys have a knack for creating anthems that resonate across generations. Their setlist is expected to be a thrilling mix of classic hits like “I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor” and “Do I Wanna Know?” and gems from their latest album, offering a comprehensive experience of their musical journey.

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Taco Fest

Get ready for a culinary extravaganza this Labour Day weekend as Montreal hosts Taco Fest 2023 at the Clock Tower Pier in the Old Port. Running from September 2-4, the festival is a haven for taco enthusiasts, offering 125 variations of tacos from vendors like Alegre Maria, Alma Latina, and ARIZ5. But it’s not just about the food; the event also features a curated selection of handcrafted cocktails, including Margaritas, Palomas Mi Casas, and Tequila and Mezcal. The vibrant atmosphere is further amplified by live performances, ranging from Mariachi bands to salsa dancers, and interactive activities like salsa dance lessons round out the holistic Mexican cultural experience.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal. 

Sunday, September 3rd

NF Hope Tour Place Bell

Mark your calendars for an unforgettable musical experience as chart-topping rapper NF takes the stage at Place Bell on Sunday, September 3rd. Known for his emotionally charged lyrics and intricate flow, NF has carved out a unique space in the hip-hop landscape, blending elements of rap, pop, and even cinematic scores into his music. Fans can expect a riveting performance that delves into his extensive discography, from early hits like “Mansion” to chart-toppers like “Let You Down” and tracks from his latest album.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal.