Brome Lake, Brome-Missisquoi, Montérégie, Quebec , Canada

Brome Lake is a town in the regional county municipality of Brome-Missisquoi, in Montérégie, Quebec, Canada. The city contains Brome Lake that is the source of the Yamaska River, bordered to the east by Foster, Glenn and Gauvin mountains. The lake attracts outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen. You can swim, go windsurfing and catamaran sailing, kayaking and also use pedal boats. To see: Memorial Library Pettes, Davis Beach, the museum of the Historical Society of Brome County, flea markets stores, Tiffany Park, among others. In short, it is an appreciated tourist destination .

Tips

There are several hostels, bed & breakfast, hotel and spa and even a campsite where you can spend a weekend with the family or with friends as well as spend your holidays.
It is also possible to rent a cottage for the season or for a short or long period.

Mural Festival, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Mural Festival is an event that takes place in Montreal in June since 2012. It is an art expression that met American artists who make urban art. This expands on the Boulevard St- Laurent ( street that separates the city of Montreal in two (east-west) between Sherbrooke Street and St. Joseph Boulevard. You can meet real-time artists and watch how they perform their art at the same time there are music shows, conferences, gourmet places with different terraces to eat in the area and even other activities that change day by day. There are both day and night activities.

Tips

To better enjoy this event, visit their website for a schedule. There are some activities or shows you must pay like guided tours, concerts, etc, but to walk in the street and see the creations, there is no ticket to buy.

June, 6th to June, 16th 2019

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Les Francos de Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Since 1989, Les Francos de Montreal, (called Les Francofolies de Montreal before), is an appointment with the francophone world music. Some artists from all over the francophone world come to show their music. This year it will be the 31st edition and there will be more than 200 indoor shows and open-air concerts; lots of them completely free. This event shows us the quality, diversity and vitality of a rich music programming. These are 10 days in a great festival of music! This happens at the Montreal entertainment district, in the heart of downtown. Montrealers and tourists throng the site to celebrate safely. French music from around the world and it is in Montreal that it happens. There are several scenes outdoor presented by sponsors and in case of rain these shows happen in reserved spaces for the occasion. Bars, restaurants, street posts, are also at the rendezvous for a drink or a snack. Everything happens in order and peace of the Francophone world. There are many choices of artists in the same day but the main scene takes place every day at 21:00 in the center of the entertainment district. The big show takes the stage last Saturday at the closing of the festival and usually it is a great artist who comes to make the crowd enjoy the party.

Tips

Generally it is hot at this time of the year then drink water, wear cool clothes and sneakers or comfortable shoes. Outdoor shows means to stand up and there are not many opportunities to sit but you can always bring a folding chair.
If you do not watch programming at home, you will find hostesses everywhere that will give you the complete program of the entire event.
There are many other activities around the festival site in bars or discos.

31st edition – June, 14th to 22nd 2019