Marché des Possibles

Marché des Possibles at l’Entrepôt77 WEEKEND 1: 23 au 25 Jun 2023




Marché des Possibles at l’Entrepôt77
June 23 to 25, 2023

“Can you bring your BBQ?”

Opening night with Suoni Per Il Popolo and Centre de Création O Vertigo.
“Can you bring your BBQ?” proposes to spend an evening in a Montreal park where music and dance come together on stage. Music, dance, dinner on the grass, barbecues and picnic tablecloths, spectators will experience a summer evening to the rhythm of the invited artists.


1pm: Kids POP – Craft Workshop

Come and decorate Warehouse77 with your kids! Together we’ll do a large-scale collaborative weaving project around the old warehouse structure and paint a welcome banner that will hang for the rest of the summer activities. This is the time for kids to color Warehouse77 the way they want!
1-4pm: Shake La Cabane
Shake La Cabane is a monthly party for ravers 0-99, organized by Montreal parents, artists, music lovers, movers and shakers of all kinds. We take up the challenge of bringing back fun and connection to post-pandemic parenthood by throwing a great party; a big family wedding (Montreal edition).
5-10pm: Hot Sauce – St-Jean-Baptiste Edition
MTL Hot Sauce is a party inspired by late night kitchen sing-alongs, backyard BBQs, loud music in the parks, and happy music made by happy people enjoying each other’s company. A soundsystem with DJ’s and MC’s singing and rapping in many languages, playing with the crowd, as well as guest singers and musicians, the raw and funky music comes from all over the world, because everyone loves a good kitchen party, with DJ Oonga, MC’s Gioco and KC, and surprise guests!


Graff Urbain 77 – Art POP

A dozen creative artists (graffiti, sculpture, painter…) will embellish Warehouse 77 and the CDM installations all day long, all coated with electronic decibels by guest DJs.


Accessibility: L’Entrepôt77 is located outside on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible. There is a non-genic outhouse on site. Pets are welcome. There is no on-site parking or hearing assistance.
We acknowledge the support of the Plateau Mont-Royal borough, Ville de Montréal and Canada Council for the Arts. This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.