Luminotherapy in Quartier des Spectacles – December 6, 2012 to February 3, 2013
Quartier des Spectacles ▪ 514-879-0009 ▪ www.quartierdesspectacles.com
Le jour des 8 soleils leads visitors along a poetic route through the Quartier, following an invisible character in search of intriguing and fascinating light. Already a signature attraction for Quartier des Spectacles, architectural videoprojections will for the first time be arranged in a multimedia concept spanning a large number of downtown building façades. In addition, at each projection site spectators will be able to enhance their visual experience by listening to a soundtrack and narration on their mobile phones.
January 17-18-19 ▪ January 24-25-26 ▪ January 31 & February 1-2 ▪ February 7-8-9, 2013
Jacques-Cartier Pier ▪ Quays of the Old Port of Montréal – www.igloofest.ca
Igloofest aims to promote and popularize electronic music. One of Montreal’s winter must-dos, this festival has forged a reputation for itself through its punchy visual and architectural concept, an ambitious DJ line-up, and an enchanting igloo village that has truly contributed to Montréal’s climate warming!
La Fête des Neiges de Montréal – January 19 to February 3, 2013
Parc Jean-Drapeau ▪ 514-872-6120 ▪ www.parcjeandrapeau.com
Boule de Neige invites you to the biggest winter outdoor Festival in the city. The most spectacular and joyful festivities await you: tube sliding, ice skating, funny snow games, colorful outdoor shows and much more. The perfect event for families and winter lovers.
The 14th Edition of MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE welcomes Buenos Aires as the grand featured city – February 21 to March 3, 2013
Several places throughout the city ▪ www.montrealenlumiere.com
The 14th edition of MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE glitters with a remarkable variety, vivacity and, above all, exclusivity: yes, this year’s roster is bursting with premieres and first looks at all-new shows! Festival fans looking for new concert experiences and previously unseen performances are in for a treat. For the Gastronomy Program, the capital of Argentina brings its warmth and flavour to our fames Festival’s Finest Tables. Also on the menu, the festival presents the chefs of Philadelphia and Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean.
Nuit blanche à Montréal (part of MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE)
Offering the traditional kickoff to Nuits blanches celebrations in cities around the world, the Nuit blanche à Montréal once again draws Montrealers out to rediscover their city. With over 170 activities, most of them free, a practical-and free!-shuttle service and a Métro system running all night long and, above all, a new and more accessible nerve centre-the festival’s free outdoor site-there is more than enough action to set the Nuit on fire!
Art Souterrain (part of Nuit blanche)
As part of the Montréal All-Nighter (Nuit blanche), Art Souterrain presents a unique new perspective on Montréal’s Underground Pedestrian Network. Hundreds of renowned contemporary artists present photos, videos, installations and artistic performances throughout the 6 km passageway between Place des Arts and Complexe Les Ailes. Art Souterrain’s goal is to change perceptions of the general public vis-à-vis new contemporary art practices and to unite the visual arts milieu by identifying and bringing together its principal figures.