Montreal March Festivals & Events

Montreal March Festivals & Events

  • Oct 12, 2017 - March 25, 2018



    Explore striking imagery, outstanding personalities, and a culture proud of its heritage through 30 portraits of men, women, and children from 14 different nations dressed in stunning and colourful regalia, magnificent outfits that tell their personal stories as well as those of their people and their worldview.

  • Oct 25, 2017 - March 11, 2018

    Bill Viola : Naissance à rebours


    With a career now spanning forty years, Bill Viola is recognized internationally as one of the most important artists of our time. His work across single channel video, video installation, sound environments, electronic music performances, and broadcast television deeply examines the universal themes of life, death, the unfolding of consciousness, the spirit, and human connection.

  • Nov 9, 2017 - April 1, 2018

    Leonard Cohen - A Crack in Everything


    This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • March 23, 2018


    P!NK at the Montreal Bell Centre

  • Annually in March

    Poutine Week

    Poutine, arguably Québec’s most renowned signature dish, has a week all its own, during which classic French fries and gravy topped with cheese curds are remixed and reinvented in various Montréal eateries. Chefs across the city take the midwinter opportunity to put their own spin on the province’s ultimate comfort food.

  • Annually in March

    Montréal International Children's Film Festival (FIFEM)


    The best of international cinema for kids and families.

  • Annually in March


    Providing exposure to the Scandinavian way of life by sharing music, cinema, gastronomy as well as other distinctive cultural traits from Scandinavia.

  • Annually in March

    Art Souterrain


    The festival takes place with 10 stations in an environment that differs from the traditional exhibit space; Montreal’s underground city. It offers 32km of tunnels, one of the biggest underground pedestrian walkways in the world. Activities with admission fee are also available (guided tours, visit of artists' studios)

  • Annually in March

    Montreal Digital Spring


    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.