September 21, 2017
Although the beautiful season leaves quietly to give way to autumn colors and cooler weather, Montreal does not skimp on activities and events to celebrate its anniversary. Indeed, the city offers a great opportunity for everyone to discover its rich heritage, its history and culture through a bunch of festivities of all different kinds. In this article, discover the Fall events that will help you look to the future of this city.
Leonard Cohen – A Crack in Everything
November 9th, 2017 to April 1st, 2018
The Leonard Cohen is a multidisciplinary exhibition that is presented by the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art. It will feature brand new works that have been commissioned and formed by both local and international artists from both the visual arts and performance art including music, the written word, and film.
Le Super Mega Continental
September 15th to 17th, 2017
Le Super Mega Continental is a gigantic contemporary dance that will be held at Place des Festivals to celebrate Montreal’s 375th anniversary in style. It is one fun event that you don’t want to miss.
September 20th to 23rd and October 6th to November 11th, 2017
Aspirations is a multidisciplinary work that showcases local upcoming artistic talent presented by the Association des Écoles Supérieures d’Art de Montréal. Its purpose is to highlight the volatile creativity in existence and diverse talents of different students.
Festivities Around Halloween
October 27th to 31st, 2017
Montreal will be throwing a big celebration for the All Hallows throughout five full days. This will see a various amount of activities being undertaken alongside competitions, films, parades and urban entertainment.
October 2017 to March 2018
The Indigenous Innovation is a quest that is presented through 35 interactive activities at the Montreal Science Centre. The exposition will show how the ingenuity of the Aboriginal people continues to inform advanced developments in science and technology to this date.
Montreal Video Game Symphony, Orchestra Metropolitain
September 29th, 2017
This is a multimedia performance, whereby the Orchestra band construes themes from landmark video games created in the city.
Events scheduled this fall will entertain anyone visiting Montreal for a vacation.
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