Montreal’s Italian week 2019 events – As part of Montreal’s Italian Week, activities will be offered to festival-goers in several neighbourhoods of the city. There will be concerts, a theater performance, an opera, car shows, a film festival, and many other events.
Montreal’s Italian week 2019 events
— August 10th from 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
As part of Italian Week, NDG will host soccer and bocce tournaments, as well as various exhibitions, including Fiat cars. Several artists will perform on stage, such as Enzo De Rosa and Isabelle Metwalli, Alexander d’Alesio, Pino Gioia, and Joe Cacchione.
—August10th from 10:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Boat rides on the Rivière des Prairies, as well as several concerts, including Vanessa Piunno, December Rose, and Daniela Fiorentino, will create a truly Italian atmosphere in Montreal-North.
De Lausanne Park
— August 11th from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
You are invited to Laval for a day of activities for the whole family. Inflatable games, Fiat cars show’s, and numerous concerts will be presented, including those of Marco Sa-nelli, New Voices, Alexander D’Alesio, and Pino Gioia.
— August 10th to the 12th
Yet again this year, you will be able to enjoy several activities in Rivière-des-Prairies, such as inflatable games, music, circus and comedy shows, as well as fireworks.
— August 11th and 13th
As part of LaSalle’s festivities, come and enjoy the Fiat car exhibition and perfor- mances by singer Pino Gioia and comedian Joe Cacchione.
- August 15th from 7:30m. to 11:00p.m.
Once again this year, an evening in Saint-Léonard will allow you to enjoy a bocce tournament, a Fiat car exhibition, and several musical performances, such as the Sophist Occasion Show band.
- August 16th – 18th
During the final weekend in Little Italy, Saint-Laurent Boulevard will overflow with cultural and gastronomic activities: exhibitions, a dessert contest, a Fiat car show, the Moda Sotto le Stelle fashion show, as well as many shows, including Peppe Voltarelli and Marco Calliari. To close this 26th edition, Ruggero Leoncavallo’s opera Pagliacci, accompanied by the symphony orchestra led by maestro Gianluca Martinenghi, will take place on Sunday, August 18th.