5 Free Events in Montreal We’re Looking Forward To In July

5 Free Events in Montreal We’re Looking Forward To In July


Here at StudEtree, summertime in Montreal is our favourite time of the year, especially because of all of the amazing events which take place during this beautiful season. But you know what makes an event even better? When it’s free.

Here are 5 free events in Montreal we’re looking forward to this July:

Musical Sundays at the Mount Royal Chalet

Les amie de la montagne will present a musical Sunday afternoon on Sunday, July 10th at 3PM – 4PM, featuring Jazz for a Sunday Afternoon – Project Chopin with Guillaume Martineau (piano), Eric Legacé (cello) and Mark Nelson (drums).

Jazz for a Sunday Afternoon – Project Chopin Facebook event page

Les amie de la montagne’s official website

Photo credit: Anne -Louise Despatie; Radio Canada

Photo credit: Anne -Louise Despatie; Radio Canada

Shakespeare-in-the-Park

This summer, “lend your ears” to Repercussion Theatre as they present an all-female production of William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, which runs from July 7th to August 4th. All shows, excepting July 9 – McGill University, start at 7PM.

Repercussion Theatre’s 2016 Shakespeare-in-the-Park tour dates

Repurcussion Theatre’s official website

Photo credit: tourisme-montreal.org

Photo credit: tourisme-montreal.org

Montreal International Jazz Festival

Fronted by five voices, Nomadic Massive is a polyglot combo that raps in English, French, Spanish, Créole and Arabic, combining samples and traditional influences to enhance tracks steeped in soul, reggae and Afro-Caribbean rhythms. It’s a joyously explosive hip-hop crossbreed that always gets the crowd jumping.  They will perform on July 5th and 6th at the the Savoy de Métropolis from 12AM to 3AM.

Nomadic Massive at the 2016 Montreal International Jazz Festival Facebook event page

The Montreal International Jazz Festival’s official website

Photo credit: Nomadic Massive

Photo credit: nomadicmassive.com

Festival Diapason

Timber Timbre is a Canadian folk music led by the wonderfully talented Taylor Kirk. Their sound has been described as “beautifully restrained blues from an alternate universe”, which creates an atmosphere that is cinematic and spooky. They will perform outdoors at the Berge des Baigneurs in Laval on July 9th from 9:30PM to 11:00PM.

Note: the STL will provide free shuttle buses between metro station Montmorency to the Berge des Baigneurs at 6:30PM and 7:30PM and between the venue back to the metro station at 11:30PM after the show.

Timber Timbre at the Festival Diapason Facebook event page

Festival Diapason’s official website (in French only)

 

Photo credit: Tiny Desk; NPR

Photo credit: Tiny Desk; NPR

Montreal Just For Laughs Festival

After 420 shows and 372 000 tickets sold, Sugar Sammy presents You’re Gonna rire for one last time. Custom-made for Montreal, the show brings together Francophones and Anglophones. Sugar Sammy invites people of all origins to come and laugh at this free grand gathering at the Place des Festivals on July 28th at 9PM.

Sugar Sammy You’re Gonna rire JFL event page

Montreal Just For Laughs Festival’s official website

Photo credit: sugarsammy.com

Photo credit: sugarsammy.com