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19 things to do in Montreal this September to kickstart your autumn

Domaine International de Rouville

Ah, September in Montreal — when the city's mood swings between "I need one more ice cream" and "Is it too early for pumpkin spice." You’ll need somewhere to go once you’ve got that latté in hand, and there is a lot packed into back-to-school season.

From hip-hop, country, and deep trance festivals to tattoo shows, scavenger hunts and kite-flying classes, this list will help you find the last few events this year where you can comfortably wear shorts.


When: August 31 to September 3
Where: 1925, rue Rouville, Saint-Jean-Baptiste, QC
Cost: $46 to $66

Reason to go : Following on the cowboy boot heels of the attendance record-breaking LASSO Festival in Montreal, you can get more country music at the second edition of this festival 40 minutes east of the city. Festival facilities include a golf (country) club, aquapark, arcade, flea market, grocery store, dairy bar, restaurant and canteen. The event showcases a blend of cultures I like to call TexBec. Up in the north, the boots stomp just as hard, and the dances are carré af.

More at www.domaineinternationalderouville.com

Source : https://www.mtlblog.com/things-to-do-in-montreal-september-autumn-2023