Weekends are the best time to go out and make new memories :
From corgi parades to musicals, photo exhibits and food fests, here are some unique and memorable events which are happening over this weekend in Montreal:
From September 8th to 11th 2022, come discover Shoni Market on Sainte-Catherine Street West! This year, over 30 merchants, 200 corgis and 15 artists will have you travelling around the world through sound and taste, all between McKay and Chomedey streets in downtown Montreal.
Located in Shaughnessy Village, this food market will have your taste buds travelling to every corner of Asia.Organizers promise the return of “Canada’s biggest pan-asian foodie market,” which last year featured more than 100 participating local businesses, it’ll be the perfect opportunity to meet local business owners, soak in the eclectic vibes, and discover all kinds of new Asian flavours.
15th edition Bonsecours Market August 31 to October 2, 2022 Every day and every evening
A flagship event of Montreal’s fall cultural calendar, the World Press Photo Montreal Exhibition is presented annually at Bonsecours Market. Over 55,000 people attend this large-scale international exhibition, which has been organized since 1955 by the World Press Photo Foundation, based in the Netherlands.
This exhibition displays the most powerful, challenging and courageous photojournalism and documentary from around the world !
Over 4066 photographers, from 130 countries entered 64823 entries…Come see and be moved by the cream of the crop : 24 photographers whose work stood out as exceptional….Hoping their contributions to be truthful, insightful and poignant of the world around us ….
How to get tickets?
At the door. Tickets are payable by credit and debit card only. Please note that cash is not accepted. It is not possible to book tickets online.
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The Festival Quartiers Danses has made its mission to democratize contemporary dance in all its forms and hybrids by making it more accessible to all audiences…
For its 20th edition, the Festival Quartiers Danses (FQD) presents 20 indoors performances from September 7 to 18, 2022! With 6 international companies and 11 local companies, the performances will be presented at Théâtre Maisonneuve of Place des Arts, at Salle Bourgie of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and at the Studio-Théâtre des Grands Ballets Canadiens / Wilder Building.
For a 4th consecutive year, this 20th edition of FQD is dedicated to women by bringing together 10 women choreographers out of the 17 national and international choreographers invited.
Come see 56 free outdoor dance performances at Place des Arts/Sainte CatherineStreet West, at Jardins Gamelin, at Place des Festivals, at the McCord Museum’s Urban Forest and more!