Do you wonder what you should do in August while you stay in Montreal? Trylon decided to serve you with awesome events for the entire month.
Osheaga is the largest music-and-arts festival in Canada showcasing emerging artists with their cohorts with millions of fans worldwide. The festival features performances of over 100 professional artists in many different genres, local and international.
The Canadian Open Rogers Cup is an annual tennis tournament held in Montreal, Canada. It’s the third-oldest tournament in all of tennis. It is also a Masters 1000 event on the Association of Tennis Professionals tour. The women’s competition of that tournament is a Premier 5 tournament on the Women’s Tennis Association tour.
The Montreal Paint Festival is a party held at Jet Night Club on Crescent. For only $15, if you are over 18, you can go get your entire body covered in fluorescent colours while being completely intoxicated with alcohol. If this sounds good to you, then go ahead and get your ticket.
Khalid, an American singer and songwriter, will perform his “Free Spirit” Tour on August 8 at the Bell Center of Montreal. His style is pretty unique, so we’ll let you listen to his songs on Youtube to find out if you want to go see him.
ÎleSoniq is an electronic music festival that will take place on the 9 & 10 August at Parc Jean-Drapeau. The show has three stages, a tropical/exotic decor as well as 50 well-known artists who will perform.
MUTEK is a festival taking place in Montreal that promotes electronic music and digital arts. It offers an annual event of five days from the 20th to the 25th of August.
The MEG Montreal is an electronic music festival that starts at the end of August. It has the goal of showcasing new producers and creators, emerging artists in other words in the world of electronic music, pop, rock and hip hop. If this sounds like something you’d be curious to see, then go see their lineup.
This free festival is entirely dedicated to the oriental & occidental culture. Every summer, the old port vibrates to the rhythm of live performances from all continents. Of course, you’ll also be able to taste delicious exotic food & buy stunning hand-made products.
Are you a fan of Kombucha? Then you can’t be at a better spot than Montreal on August 23rd, because, at the International Kombucha Festival, you’ll have the opportunity to taste many new Kombucha recipes, do yoga, have a quick workout and listen to music. Sounds like you? Then get your free ticket!
The old port is a wonderful neighbourhood in Montreal with ancient buildings, boutique hotels and delicious food & drinks. It’s probably the most romantic spot in Montreal.
La Banquise is Montreal’s very best poutine restaurant. It’s opened 24/7 and it has more than 30 different poutine you can choose from. If you wanted to taste poutine, there’s no better spot.
The Mont-Royal is Montreal’s second most romantic spot after the old port. It’s a gigantic mountain full of trees in the middle of the city. If you are courageous enough to reach the top, you’ll get one of the most beautiful city views ever.
The Jean-Talon Market is one of Montreal’s finest food markets. You can find everything you need from fresh fruits to maple syrup.
Montreal Saint-Viateur’s bagel is known to be one of the best in the world. They don’t cost much, and they are one of the most delicious things in the world.
Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, Trylon Appartements Hotel is only a five-minute walk away from Place-des-Arts metro station. The building is right beside the Entertainment District, host of internationally recognized events like the International Jazz Festival or the Just For Laughs festival, so you’ll find yourself in an original and amusing place. Animated by tourists and locals, it’s situated in Montreal’s most vibrant and dynamic neighbourhood.