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August in Montreal is a time of vibrant celebration, with many festivals catering to a diverse range of interests. From music to food to dance and pride, there’s something for everyone in this bustling city. Here’s a look at the exciting lineup of festivals set to take place in Montreal in August 2023.

Osheaga Music and Arts Festival is a multi-day indie music festival that has been a staple in Montreal’s festival scene since 2006. This year, it’s set to take place from August 4 to 6th at Parc Jean-Drapeau. The festival is known for its eclectic mix of music genres, from rock to pop, electronic to hip-hop, and everything in between. This year’s lineup includes some of the biggest names in music, promising an unforgettable experience for festival-goers. 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.


Scheduled from August 4 to August 20, 2023, Italfest Montreal is set to be a grand celebration of Italian culture, heritage, music, and art. As a testament to the rich Italian heritage in Canada, the festival, formerly known as Montreal’s Italian Week, takes place across various locations around Montreal, from Little Italy to Quartier des Spectacles, turning the city into an extensive showcase of Italian tradition. Over the years, Italfest has evolved into a vibrant mix of concerts, fashion shows, operas, film festivals, art competitions, and car shows. The 2023 edition promises a wide range of performances from rising stars like Élodie Sanna, Priscilla-Skye, Neva Badolato and YNG Inferno, Marco Sanelli, and Rick Pagano.

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Lasso Montreal 

After its debut in 2022, the Lasso Montreal Festival promises another unforgettable experience from August 18 to 19th at the Espace 67 Amphitheatre, offering a mix of traditional country music and contemporary trends. The 2023 festival features over 30 international and local artists, including headliners Chris Stapleton and Kane Brown, among other renowned artists. The festival is more than just music; it celebrates the country genre set in the great outdoors, complete with dining, nightlife, and various fun activities.

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The 24th edition of MUTEK Montreal, a six-day celebration of digital creativity and electronic music, will run from August 22 to 27, 2023. A global phenomenon since its inception in 2000, MUTEK 2023 is an immersive exploration of sonic and visual experiences, including ambient soundscapes, techno beats, digital installations, and audio-visual performances. The festival showcases artists from around 20 countries, with diverse performances from talents like VRIL, Ale Hop, Alessandro Cortini & Marco Ciceri, and Tarta Relena. With Montreal’s iconic venues as the backdrop, including the Théâtre Maisonneuve, Studios des 7 Doigts, MTELUS, Société des arts technologiques [SAT], and Esplanade Tranquille,

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Montreal Pride Festival 

The 17th edition of Fierté Montréal Festival, an 11-day celebration of diversity and inclusion, is set to take place from August 3 to 13, 2023. Featuring over 150 emerging artists in fifteen major free shows spread across iconic Montreal venues, including Olympic Park’s Esplanade, the vibrant Village, and Jardins Gamelin. The festival will include community days, drag shows, music concerts, comedy events, and the renowned Pride Parade. Organized by Fierté Montréal, a social change catalyst since 2007, the event highlights local and international talent and emphasizes the work of community organizations and businesses that support the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

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In addition, several other exciting festivals are taking place in Montreal in August 2023. ÎleSoniq transforms Parc Jean-Drapeau into a massive dance floor with performances from Alesso, The Chainsmokers, and Martin Garrix. La Virée classique OSM offers a laid-back atmosphere with 26 outdoor concerts featuring a variety of musical genres. Jackalope invites daring athletes worldwide to display their skills in bouldering and skateboarding. JOAT Festival International de street dance immerses you in the world of street dance with high-level battles and workshops. MAD The Festival in the Quartier des Spectacles offers a variety of performances and activities. Lastly, the Montreal Highland Games transform the Douglas Hospital grounds into the Highlands with pipe bands and all things Scottish.

With such a diverse lineup of festivals, August in Montreal promises to be a month of celebration, music, and cultural immersion. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this vibrant city.