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Montreal Jazz: Biggest and Best
World-Class Rendezvous Lucky me: I’m heading for the 36th edition of the world’s largest jazz festival, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal. Celebrating a passion for music for over three decades, North America’s French-speaking metropolis annually welcomes fans to … Continue reading
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Montreal State of Mind
We arrive at the Montreal Jazz Festival for five blissed-out days and nights of music. The extraordinary lineup from June 24 to July 4 has something for all ages and musical genres – it’s a star-studded celebration. From morning performances for kids … Continue reading
Posted in Food and Wine, Music, Travel Tagged ALex Wilson, B-52s., Bill Evans tribute, Francois Bourassa, Frank Lozano, Gonzala Rubalcaba, Kim Churchill, Layla Zoe, Michael Donato, Montreal Jazz Festival, Nikki Yanofsky, Nyks, OPUS Hotel Montreal, Pierre Tanguay, Richard Galliano, S.A.Q., Sophie Hunger, Susie Arioli 2 Comments