Montréal Pride Festival
August 9 to 15, 2021
Broadcast of the main pre-recorded shows on a giant screen at the Olympic Park’s Esplanade
Fierté Montréal invites you to an evening on the Esplanade of the Olympic Park for the broadcast on the big screen of its 4 major shows, pre-recorded in July, followed by a virtual musical performance by numerous DJs. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the party kicks off at 7:30 p.m. with the broadcast of IconiX’s music video, featuring internationally acclaimed drags Alaska 5000, Aquaria, Jinkx Monsoon, Landon Cider and Trixie Mattel, with unique performances created for Montréal Pride.
Free access but online only reservation required. It is mandatory to present your electronic/ mobile ticket to access the event. Limit of 2 tickets per person.
Please choose your evening by clicking on the show’s image below.
2021 Montréal Pride Festival
A Return to Basics for the 2021 Pride March: In-person For All on August 15!
Montréal, July 15, 2021 – The Montréal Pride Festival today confirmed that its flagship event, The Pride March, is back as an in-person event on August 15 and invited the public to assemble as of noon at Jeanne-Mance park for one of the first physical gatherings in support of the 2SLGBTQI+ communities since the beginning of the pandemic with participants marching along a new route! The event will be adapted to the current health context which does not authorize a Parade as traditionally held, and return to the roots of the Pride movement by handing back the public space to participating communities. Under the theme “Together for All”, this year’s Pride March with no vehicles, floats or contingents, will be focusing all the attention on the voices and opinions of our sexually and gender diverse communities so that their demands may be highlighted in a context where because of the pandemic, they had recently been made close to invisible. More details here »
Unveiling of the Programming
This Year’s Montréal Pride Festival Unveils its Programming
A 100% 2SLGBTQI+ Line-up for 2021 Including: Rita Baga, Maxime Landry, Sandy Duperval,
Jeremy Dutcher, Tamara Weber and many more
Montréal, June 29, 2021 – The Montréal Pride Festival presented by TD Bank Group, will be a hybrid event entirely adapted to the conditions of the 2021 summer season under the theme Together for All. The festival will strive to be more inclusive than ever in its representation all of the identities of our communities sexual and gender diverse through its programming featuring artist who are all part of the sexual and gender diversity ad showcasing the community organisations that work in support of and advocate for the rights of the 2SLGBTQI+ communities. The Montréal Pride Festival is therefore inviting all festival goers to take in its diversified programming both online and, under conditions that follow public health guidance, in-person next August 9 to 15. Montréal Pride will offer up over 70 hours of content, 5 conferences, 5 DJ sets some of which will be presented at iconic venues, 32 community projects that will be announced shortly and 4 large scale spectacular shows along with plenty of other surprises to be unveiled soon. More details here »
Realities of people of sexual and gender diversity
Video Capsules on Intersectionality
Panels / conferences
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Montréal Pride Festival 2021
The Montréal Pride Festival, presented by TD, will take place from August 9 to 15, 2021. Due to the public health guidelines, your Pride will be presented on a hybrid basis and will be highlighting our various communities’ challenges.
July 30, 2021
2021 Montréal Pride Festival – Together for All! Major Performances to be broadcast Live At the Olympic Park Esplanade
J4DE, Roxane Bruneau, Judith Lussier, Sarahmée, Safia Nolin, Katherine Levac, and Five International Drags to Join in the Celebrations!
We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather for Montréal Pride is the traditional and unceded territory of the Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk). The island called “Montréal” is known as Tiotia:ke in the language of the Kanien’kehá:ka, and it is a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations, including the Algonquin people.