Updated June 21, 2019

Dates and details for street fairs and similar events can be hard to find, distributed as they are among Facebook pages, fitfully updated websites and other sources. At the beginning of the season it’s difficult to get dates for later street fairs. Please email me with any corrections or further information.

All dates below are now updated for 2019.


March 21-24: Cabane Panache et Bois rond on Wellington Street in Verdun, the first street fair of the year


May 24 and 25: Closure of lower St-Denis to mark the opening of terrasse season. Quartier Latin
May 25, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Mile End en Fleurs on St-Viateur between de Gaspé and Henri-Julien
May 23-26: Promenade Masson in Rosemont
May 30-June 2: Mont-Royal street fair from St-Laurent east to d’Iberville
May 30-June 2: Ontario Street from Darling to Pie-IX: Le Branle-bas d’Hochelaga


June 1: A new entry this year, Jarry between St-Gérard and Châteaubriand (3 blocks, one day only)
June 6-16: Mural Festival on the Main from Sherbrooke to Mont-Royal
June 6-8: Westmount, Victoria Village
June 7-9: Grand Prix weekend. Crescent Street and part of Peel Street are closed for festivals from Thursday to Sunday. Boulevard Saint-Laurent in Little Italy closes for a festival from Friday to Sunday.
June 7-9: Promenade Wellington street fair
June 14: Roumeliotes Association feast at Liège and Querbes
June 21-28: The Marché des Possibles is atypical, taking place on the green space at St-Dominique and Bernard, near the Van Horne overpass, rather than on a commercial street


July 12-14: Ste-Catherine street sale, promoted as the biggest one in Canada.
July 19-21: Plaza St-Hubert, although under heavy road construction, lists these dates as well as July 26-28 and August 2-4 as sidewalk sale days.


August 10-11: La Grande fabrique, Ste-Catherine East between Aird and Bourbonnière. Artisanal products.