September in Montreal… a gentle transition between summer and fall

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September in Montreal is a symphony where summer slowly gives way to fall and where festivals vibrating with energy mingle with the tranquility of the new season. In addition to contemplating the metamorphosis of the colors of the leaves in the parks and strolling through the streets, Montreal offers, for this fall, the opportunity to discover the POP Montréal International Music Festival, the Jardins de Lumière event, and Pop Life at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the new ITHQ Hotel and the magnificent coworking spaces.

The POP Montreal International Music Festival returns from September 27 to October 1

Offering a mix of diverse art forms and events, this festival encourages artistic independence by showcasing emerging and renowned artists from around the world. More than 400 artists rub shoulders with fans and members of the industry. The festival occupies the city and its multiple stages, ranging from classic rooms to intimate bars, including rooftops. Its programming offers music shows at Pop Montréal, but also conferences, workshops, exhibitions and something to entertain children and families.

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Gardens of Light is back to light up the nights of Montrealers
From September 1 to October 31, visitors will be able to enjoy immersive and sensory experiences that combine art, science, technology and emotion. The visit begins with the song of wolves and the night star, allowing you to immerse yourself in the Japanese Garden, which is transformed into a vast canvas on which autumn settles. The immersive and poetic journey continues at the First Nations Garden. Finally, the Chinese Garden lights up to tell the timeless legend of the Butterfly Lovers.
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Pop Life, a vibrant exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) offers a fascinating foray into the world of pop art. It presents in rotation some 70 works (installations, drawings, paintings and sculptures) linked to this artistic movement which particularly marked the 1960s and 1970s. Drawing on the repertoire of popular culture and mass media, pop art embodied a true revolution and breathed a wind of change that redefined what art can be.
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Opening of the Hôtel de l’ITHQ, a sweet blend of comfort and modernity!
In the poetic setting of the Saint-Louis square, here is a hotel that has welcomed its visitors for more than 50 years. Located in the heart of Plateau-Mont-Royal, the Hôtel de l’ITHQ, operated by the largest French-speaking hotel school in North America, is a true hotbed of talent in the field of hospitality. With its spacious and bright rooms, freshly renovated using Quebec materials, it allows you to enjoy an accommodation experience that combines comfort, know-how and interpersonal skills!
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Montreal: magnificent coworking spaces for a great start to the school year!
Sometimes we have to allocate a few hours a day to our professional tasks even when we are on vacation. Whether in the former head office of the Royal Bank of Canada, in Place Ville Marie (one of the most imposing buildings in the city center, designed by the famous architect IM Pei), or in outdoor shared work spaces , Montreal offers shared spaces with perfect decor and multiple services, allowing you to concentrate on work for a moment.
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