Montreal May Festivals & Events

Montreal May Festivals & Events

  • February 12 to May 6, 2018

    Sugaring Off Season at Sucrerie de la Montagne


    During the week or on weekends, Sucrerie de la Montagne lets you experience real Québec traditions. Here, the maple syrup is produced the old-fashioned way: the tree is tapped with a spout, the sap collected in a pail and transported to a traditional wood-fired evaporator, where it is transformed into maple syrup.

  • April 10 to November 4, 2018

    Queens of Egypt


    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs!

  • May 4 to 6, 2018

    Montreal Medieval Fair


    Unique in North America, the “Salon de la Passion médiévale et historique” offers to its visitors an extraordinary opportunity to immerge in the past. Each year, thousands of people visit this festive and colourful medieval fair where more than 75 exhibitors and artisans offer jewelry, decorative accessories, leather goods and much more.

  • May 25 to 27, 2018

    Tattoo Nouvelle Ere

    1861, 550 ave. Richmond, Montreal, QC H3J 1V3

    Come experience this unique exhibition where more than a hundred talented and passionate tattoo artists, will showcase what tattooing is all about! You will meet some of the industry icons as well as newcomers. In addition, a skate fundraiser and competition for « pro demos » and « 1 Kid 1 Skate Foundation » will take place, their mission; to reconnect young people and education via skateboarding. Live music, workshops, tattoo contests and more! Facebook event! May 25, from 3pm to 12am, May 26, from 11am to 11pm, May 27, from 11am to 6pm.

  • May 20 to September 23, 2018

    Piknic Électronik


    Every Sunday, discover the best of the electronic music scene in an environment created to stimulate the senses.

  • Annually in May

    Aires Libres


    An invitation to attend the many festivals, activities, and temporary art installations on Sainte-Catherine Street East. Come by and enjoy the festive atmosphere of this pedestrian-only zone.