The sun nor the warmth may not be at our doors just yet but that doesn’t mean that the summertime festivities haven’t started! Not everyone can rejoice at the fact that school is done – whether due to summer school, or because you already graduated and well, work life – but for sure, there are so many opportunities this week to celebrate ?? Visitor or not, here are some that you should def check out!
Wednesday, June 5th
Dress To Kill 21st Anniversary
The annual celebration of the famous fashion magazine is back! Celebrities, fashion icons and of course, the best glam dresses in town will be there ?? Are you ready to wear your best extra attire?
You just learned about this event? Do not worry! You may not get on the red carpet. But the entrance is absolutely free for everyone starting 10PM. Will be there, will you?
Location: 1440 rue Drummond
Learn more HERE.
FYI, if you do want to join in, this is extra AF. A.F. Don’t say we didn’t warn you! ??
Thursday, June 6th
5-year Anniversary of the Jewelry Brand Nomade
Doesn’t time fly?
Nomade already started 5 years ago, with the talented Mathilde Michaud behind this cultural-inspired brand. Indeed, real world traveler, the jewelry designer finds inspiration in the communities and customs that she encounters during her adventures.
See THIS ARTICLE to learn more about the brand.
Why not celebrate?
Bubbles, music, good vibes and of course a celebration to the most popular pieces from her multiple collections. Check out their instagram (@nomade_creations) to get a glimpse of the pieces you will see there ??
Location: 6321 St-Hubert
Ticket: No need! It’s free.
Learn more about the event HERE.
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This was one of those days I didn’t really feel like dressing up. Hadn’t done laundry yet, had a long week, didn’t have a good night’s sleep. My fave trick for those kind of days? Dress up with basics and add a nice pair of earrings. There you go! Not bad, eh? • • ?? @brasserie701 • • • • #fblogger #nycblogger #styleinspo #laughyourheartout @nomadecreations
Friday, June 7th
Montreal Chamber Music Festival – Gregory Charles
It was actually the first time I had heard about this festival but it has been around for many years now #solate. Still, better late than never ??
This festival’s goal was to prove that “chamber music is not reserved for a select few. By showcasing the different facets this beautiful music has to offer, we have made is accessible to all.” Indeed, it is very affordable (only $20 for students!)
The first concert of a series features the one-man show Gregory Charles! It will look back upon the past 250 years of western music, from Baroque to hip-hop and from the French Revolution to the digital revolution. Not to be missed if you like to feel the groove ??
Location: Pollack Hall, McGill University (555 Sherbrooke Street West)
Saturday & Sunday, June 8th & 9th
Grand Prix Weekend
Wouldn’t know where you are if you live in Montreal yet haven’t heard about Grand Prix Weekend – which also has international reputation ??
This weekend is world renowned for bringing together fancy, luxury and race cars together. Car fans or not, this is definitely worth the detour!
The actual race is happening on Sunday on the Ste-Helene island, but apparently, on Saturday, during the qualifiers, that is when you can witness the best time ever. Tickets are not cheap – and may also already be sold out – but you’ll know for next year ??
Rejoice yourself, there will be activities, booths, and of course cars in the city! The main streets are usually Crescent street and Peel street. Also, if you drag someone along with you, there are often a lot of contests, free food for them, and concerts at night!
Lastly, many brands and bars organize special events for the occasion. You have time to shop around and decide until then. Choose wisely because, although you know for sure the atmosphere will be insane and the night memorable, your wallet may remember it just as much.
Learn more about the Grand Prix Weekend HERE.
NB: If you go on the island for the race, the activities are only during the day.
Now convinced that you’ll have plenty to choose from for activities in Montreal? Want to know more for the rest of the summer months?
So, this week, what will you do? Tell us in the comments below!
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