what to do Montreal Nuit Blanche


Nuit Blanche, a Black History Month closing concert, CF Montreal and Laval Rocket games and more.

Friday, Feb. 25

Tizzo, Naya Ali and J-Ron are among the Montreal rappers playing Club Soda for a special Black History Month closing event. 1225 St-Laurent, 7 p.m., $22.25–$24.75

Black History Month in Montreal comes to a close with performances by Naya Ali and others.

The Laval Rocket welcome back fans to Place Bell for a game against the Belleville Senators. 1950 Claude-Gagné, 7:00 p.m., $20–$52

The Canadiens’ farm team have returned to play.

Fresh off their 2022 lineup announcement, Osheaga programs tonight’s music at the Scotiabank Skating Loop. Quartier des Spectacles, 9 p.m., free

Pre-game for Osheaga 2022.

Saturday, Feb. 26

It’s Nuit Blanche in Montreal! Click here to explore this year’s full programming of enticing events across the city.

Nuit Blanche is here!

Local comics Wassim El-Mounzer, Harrison Weinreb and Amer Rez perform as part of comedy night at Théâtre Beaubois. 4901 College Beaubois, 7:30 p.m., free

Comedy night in Pierrefonds.

Sunday, Feb. 27

The 2022 MLS regular season is officially in action. For their season opener, CF Montreal kick things off in the south with a match against Orlando City. TSN5, 1 p.m.

The new-look CF Montreal play their first game of the season, against Orlando City.

A rally in support of Ukraine, where the Russian invasion is ongoing, is happening at Place du Canada. Peel & René-Lévesque, 2 p.m.

A rally for Ukraine is taking place at Place du Canada

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