Category: Festival Guides

La Grosse Lanterne Is To Brighten Your Summer August 7-8

It is widely known — or should I say wildly that the greatest form of fun comes in modest settings; picture camping, local food, goodies a music, poor cellphone reception, film projections and DJ set until the early mornin’ as the…

BLUESFEST – Why You Can’t Miss It

In a summer that’s been rampant with music festivals, it’s easy to get lost when choosing which ones to go to. But this month you’re going to want to drive the two hours and hit up Ottawa Bluesfest, which takes…

Road to Osheaga – What to see on Friday

When it comes to Osheaga, there’s no doubt must of us consider the bigger bands  before purchasing our tickets.  Fair enough.   Even though this year doesn’t have one main, HUGE act, it has a handful of stellar ones that…

Last Minute Bestival Preview (Toronto)

There are five stages and more than 60 bands playing at Bestival (Toronto) this weekend. The stages are themed, I mean sponsored, I mean branded, I mean they exist, festively, and have line-ups. For example, The Big Top (presented by…

Swell Run: Montreal Jazz Fest Is Everything You Could Hope For

Don’t be fooled by Osheaga, there is a momentum where music aficionados from all genres and generation find themselves — and it goes on for 10 days. Oh, my! Precious local gigs and favourite international acts are to perform in a…

Pouzza Fest 2015 – What We Think You Should See

It’s safe to say that summer is well on its way to Montreal, finally! And what better way to kick things off then by attending the Pouzza Fest 2015, this weekend May 15, 16, 17. Montreal’s very own Punk Festival has…

Going bananas for the weekend: May 15-17

Vintage sales (lots of them), beer garden and music festivals, that’s what’s up this weekend! Summer will be MA-GI-CAL and we’re not even there yet. FRIDAY Photo Credit: Kevin Millet MTL Cartel Launch | Galerie D @8pm Le Cartel is a…

Here’s What You Should Really Check Out During CMW 2015

You know it, I know it: Summers are for road trips. And what better way to start off the season than by heading over to Toronto sometime between May 1st and 10th to check out one of the city’s best festivals:…

FIFEQ: Your Fix Of Beautiful Free Films

Dedicated to the promotion of ethnographic films, the FIFEQ screens films created by filmmakers from both Canada and around the world. Through 58 movies of 12 different countries, you will be able to enjoy screenings, discussions and refreshments between March…