Written by Christian Russell

La Grande Tournée in Outremont (Ongoing every weekend until September 17th)

Come celebrate Montreal’s vast and diverse cultural neighborhoods. These events will span across all 19 boroughs of the city as each weekend will focus on a different borough’s unique cultural and historical relevance to the storied city of Montreal.More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to Montreal.TV

http://www.375mtl.com/en/programming/la-grande-tournee-a-outremont-103

Burlington’s Discover Jazz Festival (June 2nd-June 11th) 

There will be over 20 musical acts and costs of their concerts range from free to $50 for a show. This is a great way to spend your night if you enjoy the cultural experience of live Jazz Music. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to uvmbored.com

https://discoverjazz.com/events/

Expo 67: The Place to Be

This festival is a celebration of art which has integral history interwoven with the city of Montreal. Browse through the installation of 24 photographs by Jean-Louis Frund on McGill College and enjoy the atmosphere of the Expo 67 site. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to Instagram

http://www.375mtl.com/en/programming/incontournable-expo-67-346/

Scout Film Festival (June 9th-June 11th)

The Scout Film Festival will be taking place in Stowe Vermont over the course of three days. There will be over 100 pieces spanning across most genres being shown along with Question and Answer segments over the three day period. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to scoutfilmfestival.org

http://www.scoutfilmfestival.org/

Festival Mural (Public Art Festival) (June 8th- June 18th)

This Art Festival is an 11 day event showcasing over 21 artists and 80 different murals. This is one of Montreal’s largest celebration of the arts with over 1 million people attending last year. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to momondo.com

http://2017.muralfestival.com/en/home/

Downtown Rising (Every Saturday starting June 10th and ending on August 26th)

Downtown Rising is a food/music/art community event series taking place on every Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., during the months of June, July and August. The events will be held on the front lawn at the Strand Center.  This series gives the community a chance to meet local growers and producers as well as purchase locally sourced and produced goods. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to strandcenter.org

http://www.strandcenter.org/

Montreal Folk Fest on the Canal (June 14th-18th)

The Folk Festival is into a five-day event, complete with free outdoor programming and ticketed indoor concerts. If you enjoy folk, roots or bluegrass music this is the event for you! More information can be found through the link below…

 

Photo credited to montrealfolkfest.com

http://montrealfolkfest.com/

Le Mondial de la biére/Beer Festival (June 14th-June 18th)

This 5 day festival is filled with events, shows and of course beer. Individuals can enjoy the atmosphere of the festival as they sample all different types of beers brewed by both independent and corporate breweries. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to festivalmondialbiere.qc.ca 

http://festivalmondialbiere.qc.ca/en/festivals/mondial_de_la_biere_montreal_2017/

à noce la scène (June 20th- August 6th)

This festival is a celebration of live theater. With 11 plays ranging from comedies, musicals and even interactive shows. The shows are open to all ages and tickets are on sale now. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to New York Times

http://www.375mtl.com/en/programming/a-nous-la-scene-669/

 

Montebello Rockfest (June 22nd-June 25th)

This 4 day long rock festival is located in the small town of Montebello, Quebec. It is rocking on for it’s 12th year now as every year it has become larger in scale, performances and relevance. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to montebellorockfest.com

http://www.montebellorockfest.com/en/

Burlington wine & food festival: Gardening tasting (June 24th)

This festival showcases Vermont’s culture of “farm to table”. With fine local food and world-class wines as well, this festival is sure to delight anybody who is a fan of wine & cheese events. The event starts at 12 in the afternoon. Tickets are on sale now! More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to localwineevents.com

 

https://www.burlingtonwineandfoodfestival.com/

Woodsmen’s Day at Tupper Lake (July 8th & 9th 2017)

The Tupper Lake Woodsmen’s Days is weekend-long festival designed to celebrate the region’s storied heritage of logging and lumberjacking. There are many events ranging from parades, games and competition. More information can be found through the link below…

Photo credited to tupperlake.com

http://www.tupperlake.com/events/woodsmens-days-tupper

Bassmaster Elite at Champlain (July 27th- July 30th)

The worlds premiere fishing tournament is making its way to the greater Plattsburgh area. Spanning the four days of the event, these world renowned fishermen will compete to come out on top. More information can be found through the link below…

 

Photo credited to prezi.com

https://www.bassmaster.com/tournaments/bassmaster-elite-champlain

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