MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE Festival 2020 Returns For Winter Fun

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Creating a wonderful winter event for two decades now, the MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE Festival is an amazing addition to the Quartier des Spectacles. Its uplifting program of outdoor celebrations, great food, cultural enrichment, and also interactive lighting is something not to be missed.

Tickle your taste buds like never before! Sample the festival’s outstanding food, and take an unforgettable culinary journey.

World famous wine makers and chefs, working with their Canadian equivalents, will wow you with innovative cooking and sensory feasts. It’s hedonism at its finest!

If you want even more, make sure you visit the various dining workshops, conferences and tastings — popular with food lovers the world over.

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This sensory explosion reaches a completely new level at the Quartier des spectacles outdoor venue.

Check out a past year’s Montreal en Lumiere festival in the Quartier and judge for yourself if you want to join in the fun.

Stroll into a festive beehive filled with bushy-tailed, upbeat attendees to find out why they are so excited.

Sample wintry treats and activities — rushing down a huge city slide, shooting through the air on a cable line, or gazing at the area below from the chair of a big wheel.

The live entertainment outdoors, children’s activities, marshmallow roasting and warming stations, the food trucks, and as well as the bars will make you see winter in Montreal in a completely different way.


Illuminart is another attraction worthy of your attention. This is a fantastic, interactive circuit of lights in the middle of downtown Montreal!

La Nuit Blanche

Make sure that you can stay awake for La Nuit Blanche, too. This amazing all-night event is filled with culture, and gives you the opportunity to absorb the nocturnal electric atmosphere. And, enjoy the couple of hundred, mainly free activities and shows across the city.


When: February 20 – March 1, 2020
Where: Quartier des spectacles, Montreal

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