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Dive into the absurd, the wild, and the incredible at this wild and freaky festival.

The St-Ambroise Montréal Fringe Festival is just around the corner, and it promises to be a spectacular event that will bring together artists from all over the world to celebrate creativity and diversity. From May 29th to June 18th, the Plateau-Mont-Royal will come alive with music, dance, comedy, circus, and more, with over 800 performances to choose from. will help you create your epic night by booking you a table at one of Montreal’s best bars, and they will even hook you up with one of Montreal’s nightclubs or bars after your meal 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.


Sarah Segal-Lazar:

Sarah Segal-Lazar is a singer, actress, and writer who has been performing for over a decade. Her show, “Exile Song,” is a musical journey that explores the complexities of identity, family, and belonging. With a mix of original songs and covers, Sarah’s performance promises to be an emotional and thought-provoking experience.

Stephanie Morin-Robert:

Stephanie Morin-Robert is a performer, director, and writer specializing in one-woman shows. Her show, “For Body and Light,” is a visually stunning piece that explores the relationship between the body and the mind. Using dance, music, and spoken word, Stephanie takes the audience on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment.

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Les Bunheads:

Les Bunheads is a Montreal-based dance troupe specializing in classical ballet and contemporary dance. Their show, “Valeurs Mobilières,” is a playful and irreverent take on the world of finance. With witty choreography and sharp humor, Les Bunheads promise to entertain and amuse audiences of all ages.

Shane Adamczak:

Shane Adamczak is a comedian, writer, and actor performing for over 15 years. His show, “The Ballad of Frank Allen,” is a hilarious and heartwarming tale of friendship and adventure. With a mix of puppetry, music, and comedy, Shane’s performance promises to be a unique and unforgettable experience.

Fauziya Johnson:

Fauziya Johnson is a spoken word artist and activist who uses her art to explore themes of identity, race, and gender. Her show, “Black Sheep,” is a powerful and moving performance that tackles issues of marginalization and oppression. With her powerful words and commanding presence, Fauziya promises to inspire and challenge audiences.

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History of Montreal’s Fringe Festival

The St-Ambroise Montréal Fringe Festival was first established in 1991 and has since become one of North America’s largest and most respected fringe festivals. The festival is known for its focus on independent and alternative forms of art and performance and its commitment to providing a platform for emerging artists to highlight their work.

Despite its growth and success, the St-Ambroise Montréal Fringe Festival remains committed to its roots as a grassroots and community-driven event. Over the years, the festival has featured diverse performers and artists, including musicians, dancers, comedians, and theatre companies. The festival has also become known for its “fringe-for-all” events, which allow performers to highlight their work in a more informal setting. A team of volunteers runs the festival and relies on the support of the local community to thrive.

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