What to do in Montreal this weekend? August 12, 13 and 14, 2022 | Montreal CityCrunch

If you are looking what to do in Montreal this weekend, you are (as usual) in the right place. Summer is in full swing here! As since the beginning of the season, this weekend will be filled with events: music festivals, wine and cider fair, open-air cinema, yoga classes… There’s still plenty to have fun!

And as a bonus, we found you a good plan to discover directly below! Let’s go for our activities this weekend of August 12, 13 and 14:

We’re going to refresh our throats at Café Constance:

Let’s talk little, let’s talk well, here it is the right plan what we are talking about! For their reopening on weekends, Cafe Constance offers you their delicious iced coffee for only $2 ! But if it’s not good news to start the weekend that. The offer is only valid this Saturday August 13th and Sunday August 14th. So go for it! Then to accompany your drink, you will also find something to do a good brunch Where a lunch based on pastries, sandwiches, salads, pizzas… (Oops, I drooled over my keyboard 😆).

Where : 1435 rue de Balmoral in the Quartier des Spectacles – next to Place-des-Arts metro station

When : from Saturday August 13 to Sunday August 14


We’re going to throw colored powder at the Holi Festival:

Inspired by a indian tradition, this colorful event allows you to separate yourself from your negative vibes to make a new start of happiness. If that’s not a festival that makes sense! In addition to being sprayed with colored powder, you can eat, do henna and dance to Bollywood, Indie, House or Regaetton music.

The splashes of color will take place every hour from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. So if you thought you could escape it, good luck to you 😅.

Admission is $19.95 per adult – free for children under 12. All the programming is available on the event page if you want to know more!

Where : at Quai de l’Horloge, in the Old Port of Montreal

When : Saturday August 13 from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

We will be amazed at the Festival La Virée Classique:

Yes, we don’t stop there! When we tell you that you’re going to have fun this weekend, it’s not for nothing! On the program of The Classical Spree Festivalyou will find : 24 gigs spread over 4 days, singing, dancing, literature and all that around all the cultures of America!

Fascinating to be able to go from Argentinian Tango to Quechua sacred songs. I’d be surprised if you could experience that anywhere else!

Renowned artists will be present such as Jeanine DeBique opera singer from trinidad, Pacho Flores Venezuelan trumpeter or James Ehnes Canadian violinist.

Take your ticket now, on the OSM website (Montreal Symphony Orchestra), which organizes the event.

Where : at the Quartier des Spectacles

When : from Wednesday, August 10, 7 p.m. to Sunday, August 14, 3 p.m.

We will immerse ourselves in Japanese culture at the Matsuri Festival:

Passionate or curious about Japanese culture? You’d better come take a look! For this 19th edition, Japan Matsuri Festival will offer you: music, dance, entertainment, workshops and 100% Japanese food ! No need to fly 13 hours to travel this weekend. Don’t thank us, it’s with pleasure 😉

The program of shows and workshops is available on their Facebook event! Getting there is easy: direction Jarry metrothen 14 minutes walk east (or 4 minutes by bus line 193 if you’re a lazy person).

Where : 8155 Rousselot Street Montreal

When : Saturday August 13 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

We will open our chakras with the Yoga in town event:

Come on, let’s go, in downward dog position! Yes, what better than a good yoga class to bring you a little zen this Sunday? In honor to international yoga dayprofessionals will offer free lessons All day long. Between postures, meditation, breathing, kirtan… You will be able to discover a little more and develop your skills in yoga.

In collaboration with Daana Yoga and the Quebec Alliance of South Asia, the detailed program is available on the event page! A new class starts every hour.

Where : at Quai de l’Horloge Old Port of Montreal

When : Sunday August 14 from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.

We’re going to have a country vibe at the LASSO Festival:

This is the very first edition of the Festival Lasso in Montreal, specially dedicated to country music ! At Parc Jean-Drapeau, there are 3 stages and the top 30 bands country music you can listen to. To name a few names: Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan Where Kelsea Ballerini Will be present ! We have already concocted an article for you on this subject and on the other concerts of the month not to be missed.

All entrance tickets are available from this Friday morning just herefrom $130 a day.

Where : at Parc Jean-Drapeau

When : from Friday 12 August 2 p.m. to Saturday 13 August 11 p.m.

We will taste wine and cider from Quebec:

Why stop now while everything is going so well ? To complete your weekend activities, a little tasting will do you the greatest good! Not that we push consumption, huh, but it will allow you to discover more about our beautiful region (good and also to leave with 2-3 bottles). For that, direction the Jean-Talon market ! A fifteen exhibitors will be present at this fair. All of local producerswho will tell you more about their job via 6 conferences organized throughout the day!

Where : at the Jean-Talon Market

When : Saturday August 13 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

We will discover the secrets of Old Montreal:

A guided tour organized by History and Heritage, which will teach you more about the evolution of Old Montreal from the 20th century to today. How we went from a highway project to one of the city’s cultural and social lungs! Yes, that is quite a change! You will be able to walk around Notre Dame Basilicato Bonsecours marketwhile passing through the Chateau Ramezayand more others…

Count $10 for this guided tour and remember to make your reservation online.

Where : Old Montreal – the meeting place will be communicated the day before

When : Saturday August 13 at 10 a.m.

We are going to watch a family movie in the open air:

For a relaxing evening weekend, it happens at Suburb Fridays. In addition to the dance and musical parade entertainment, the event offers viewing of the film Encanto: the fantastic Madrigal family outdoors. A good summer evening as we like them! A film especially for families or Disney lovers (don’t worry, we don’t judge you). The activity is totally free and open to all.

Learn more about the event

Where : Faubourg Park

When : Friday August 12 from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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