Taverne Tour to-do list Montreal to do events


Skiifall, Sheenah Ko, Gus Englehorn and many more play Taverne Tour (online), immersive exhibition Imagine Monet, a Montreal-bagel-making workshop and more.

Friday, Feb. 4

Emma Beko, Skiifall and Odonis Odonis are among the many acts set to play the online edition of Taverne Tour 2022 (featuring an altered version of the originally announced in-person lineup). The festival is happening on Friday and Saturday night. Online, 7 p.m., free

Taverne Tour returns for a fourth edition.

Montreal DJ Jalil headlines this week’s edition of Shift Radio, live from Café SAT. 6 Place du Marché, 6 p.m., free

Jalil headlines Shift Radio this week

Saturday, Feb. 5

On now at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, A Section of Now: Social Norms and Rituals as Sites for Architectural Intervention is a multimedia exhibition that explores society with a focus on “expanding notions of family, property ownership, activism, work, technology and life cycles.” 1920 Baile, 11 a.m.–9 p.m. by reservation, $7–$10

A Section of Now: Social Norms and Rituals as Sites for Architectural Intervention at the CCA

Hillside Festival’s “Inside” series includes Canadian favourites such as Basia Bulat, Cadence Weapon and the Sadies. Online, weekend-long, free

Hillside Festival livestreams sets by Basia Bulat, Cadence Weapon, the Sadies and more

The 25th annual John Molson Sports Business Conference is being held virtually this year. Online, weekend-long, $9.50–$32.84

John Molson Sports Business Conference

Sunday, Feb. 6

Shiela’s Good Goods hosts an online workshop on how to make Montreal-style bagels. Online, 11 a.m., $45

Toronto baker Shiela Labao hosts a class on Montreal bagel-making

The immersive experience Imagine Monet is on at Arsenal until Feb. 27. 2020 William, 10 a.m., $26

Imagine Monet at Arsenal Contemporary Art

For more Montreal events, please visit the Events section.

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