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Explore the Best of Montreal’s Entertainment This Weekend

Winter slapped Montreal in the Face this week, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have an incredible weekend. The action never stops even if there are mountains of snow everywhere, and the options are plentiful, from the enchanting Luminothérapie to the dynamic beats of Nicolas Sasson at Soubois; the city is a hub for both locals and tourists seeking exceptional experiences. This guide will navigate you through the top events this weekend in Montreal, each offering a distinct flavor of the city’s rich cultural tapestry. is your go-to for a fabulous night out in Montreal. They’ll sort you out with a table at a great restaurant, and if you’re up for drinks after your concert, they’ve got connections with the most excellent clubs and bars in town. Are you coming from out of town? No sweat; they’ll also hook you up with sweet hotel spots and travel deals. Just give them a ring or shoot a text at 438-995-6496 and get ready for a fantastic night in Montreal!

Thursday, January 11th


MOntreal, Place des Arts

This weekend, visit the 14th Luminothérapie in Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles for a stunning light and color display on Sainte-Catherine Street West, which will be ongoing until March 10th, 2024. Ideal for families, friends, or dates, this cosmic-themed event features five vivid installations and a weather-responsive video projection. Highlights include Cymopolée, a light and sound tornado installation, and Astera, a 10-meter-high, thistle-like flower that shines brilliantly at night. This enchanting, free event at the Esplanade at Place des Arts, open from 4 pm to 11 pm, offers a unique way to experience Montreal’s charm and the magic of light.

Friday, January 12th

Soubois presents Sasso

Nicolas Sasson, the renowned Parisian DJ and producer, is set to electrify the scene at Soubois in Montreal on Saturday, January 12th. Celebrated for his skillful DJ sets and the globally acclaimed event Bazar by Sasson, Nicolas has risen rapidly in the international music circuit. At 28, he’s known for worldwide tours, residencies, and chart-topping releases. Having performed alongside industry greats like Black Coffee and Blondish and earning support from artists like Tiësto, his unique style continues to redefine musical boundaries. Remember, entry to this must-see event requires tickets, so be sure to secure yours for an unforgettable night with Nicolas Sasson at Soubois.

Saturday, January 13th

Hallelujah – Timeless Melodies for the Soul

Experience the enchantment of “Hallelujah – Timeless Melodies for the Soul” at Maison Symphonique on January 13th, 2024, at 7:30 pm. Led by Matthias Maute, the Ensemble ArtChoral delves into a world rich in human emotions, beginning with Leonard Cohen’s iconic “Hallelujah.” This musical journey spans centuries, blending Cohen’s best songs with classics from Kurt Weill, Leonard Bernstein, and Ernest Bloch. Each piece, from Cohen’s “Suzanne” and “You Want it Darker” to Weill’s “Lost in the Stars” and Bloch’s “Y’hiyu L’ratzon,” captures the profound depth of human experience. The concert also features Salomone Rossi’s Psalms and Aaron Copland’s Four Motets, ensuring a night of soul-stirring music. Tickets are available at Maison Symphonique.

Saturday, January 13th, and Sunday January 14th

Bugs Bunny at the Symphony

Experience the exciting fusion of classical music and classic animation with “Bugs Bunny at the Symphony” at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier. Join Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tunes friends in this family-friendly event featuring a dozen iconic Looney Tunes, including “What’s Opera, Doc?” and “The Rabbit of Seville,” alongside five new animated shorts. These animations will be projected on a big screen, accompanied by their vibrant original scores performed live by the FILMharmonic Orchestra, conducted by George Daugherty. Presented by Warner Bros. Discovery, this 2-hour and 10-minute show, including a 20-minute intermission, promises an unforgettable experience in English (no subtitles) for audiences of all ages.

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