Wapikoni Mobile, in collaboration with Musique Nomade, TELUS Community Investment and the Society for the Celebrations of Montreal's 375th Anniversary, is proud to announce that Vélo Paradiso will be back for a second season! Discover our mobile projections in various parks and events in Montreal showcasing amazing and upbeat Wapikoni and Musique Nomade shorts and music videos.
Our season kicks off on June 15, 2018. We invite you to follow Vélo Paradiso's Facebook page to find out more including the full schedule of our 100+ screenings.
HERE ARE JULY'S NEXT SCREENINGS
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18
20 h 15 | 8:15 pm @ Marché solidaire Frontenac
THURSDAY, JULY 19
FRIDAY, JULY 20
MONDAY, JULY 23 20 h 00 | 8:00 pm Terrasse ZH (Maison de la culture Maisonneuve) 20 h 15 | 9:15 pm Cabot Square, Montreal
TUESDAY, JULY 24 20 h 00 | 8:00 pm Parc Médéric-Martin 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Les Amis du Champ des Possibles* remis au lendemain en cas de pluie | in case of rain, postponed to July 25
WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 20 h 00 | 8:00 pm Sentier Urbain (2001, de Maisonneuve Est)
THURSDAY, JULY 26 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Place du Canada 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Place Hector Prud'Homme (6033 St-Hubert) 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Parc Villeray
FRIDAY, JULY 27 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Parc Frédéric Back 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Place du Marché Atwater
SATURDAY, JULY 28 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Parc du Bonheur-d'Occasion (près du Marché Atwater)
SUNDAY, JULY 29 20 h 45 | 8:45 pm Village au Pied-du-Courant
MONDAY, JULY 30 20 h 30 | 8:30 pm Alexandraplatz Bar
TUESDAY, JULY 31 20 h 00 | 8:00 pm Parc Médéric-Martin
Created for Montreal's 375th Anniversary, Vélo Paradiso participated in various cultural events in 2017 including the Grande Tournée du 375e, CCUNESCO's General Assembly, Falla @ la TOHU, UNDRIP's 10th Anniversary and Musique Nomade's concert Nikamotan.
Again this year, our projector bikes will be part of many cultural and festive events in various Montreal boroughs.
About TELUS Community Investment
There are thirteen Canadian and five international TELUS Community Boards. The TELUS Montreal Community Board supports youth programs in three main areas: health, education and the environment. It is particularly focused on programs that stand out for their social or technological innovation and offers funding to local charities. For more information, visit telus.com/community.