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DJ Chevyvan, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: JF Galipeau

Events at Time Out Market Montréal: September 2020

Make the most of your time downtown by checking out what's happening at Time Out Market Montréal

By JP Karwacki
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Events at Time Out Market Montréal are starting to pick back up, with live music during the weekend and special pop-ups like a curated wine tasting. Throughout the month of September, you can expect DJ sets every Friday that feed on the caliente vibes of afrobeat and Caribbean Carnivale-influenced styles, as well as some hot jazz on Saturdays to class up a lunch made from any one of the six kitchens in operation right now. Scroll down to see everything happening this month in chronological order.

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What's happening at the market this month?

DJ Gayance
Photograph: Courtesy DJ Gayance

1. Feel Good Fridays with Gayance

When is it: September 4th, from 5pm to 9pm

Why go: Grab a drink, a couple snacks, and groove along to this masterful DJ and music programmer of POP Montreal’s 2019 edition. She’s opened for the likes of Kaytranada, Arcade Fire, Coeur de Pirate, Pierre Kwenders, DJ Windows 98, Awesome Tapes of Africa, Roméo Elvis and many, many more; her sets have been heard around the world from Brooklyn to Brussels, best described as a full-blown pleasure cruise with a killer selection of Caribbean Carnival tracks and UK garage, with influences ranging from broken beats to Detroit house. Hot damn!

Live Music, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Time Out

2. Abellard/Keita Quartet plays Time Out Market

When is it: September 5th, from 12:30pm to 4pm

Why go: The performance will consist of renditions of standards of the jazz repertoire, original compositions and covers in the jazz quartet format. The band is composed of Marie Ketely Gomes (Bass), Aaron Dolman (Drums), Theo Abellard (Keys) and Modibo Keita (Trombone). These four young artists represent the voice of the next generation of jazz musicians in Montreal.

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DJ Chevy Van
Photograph: Courtesy DJ Chevy Van

3. Feel Good Fridays with DJ Chevy Van

When is it: September 11, 5pm to 9pm

Why go: A pioneer of the underground and mainstream scenes in Montreal, DJ Chevy Van’s accomplished background as a DJ is immediately apparent when you listen to his eclectic sets, mixes and diverse samples from a variety of sources. A long-time DJ at the market, we can confirm that this is sure-fire artist that gets you up, vibing and grooving.

Max Marlowe Music
Photograph: Courtesy Max Marlowe Music

4. Max Marlowe Music plays Time Out Market

When is it: September 12th, from 12:30pm to 4pm

Why go: Max Marlowe Music is a jazz inspired group from Montreal playing original compositions and jazz/latin classics. The band is composed of Max Marlowe on piano and original compositions, Denis Roy on alto saxophone, Guillaume Lefebvre on double bass and Olivier Picard on drums.

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DJ Nana Zen
Photograph: Courtesy DJ Nana Zen

5. Feel Good Fridays with Nana Zen

When is it: September 18th, from 5pm to 9pm

Why go: Nana Zen is a rising star in the musical scene of her native Montreal, quickly proving to be more than meets the eye. The unique mixing of early Hip Hop, meticulously curated RnB classics and various underground and experimental sounds make her nights not only interesting but truly unforgettable. Taking inspiration from her diverse cultural background, Nana Zen also explores Afro-Caribbean sounds as well as rhythmic Brazilian tunes. Nana Zen is ultimately bringing the party with her as her uniques live mixes are adaptable to various crowds while remaining true to herself and her sound.

Max Marlowe Music
Photograph: Courtesy Max Marlowe Music

6. Max Marlowe Music plays Time Out Market

When is it: September 19th, from 12:30pm to 4pm

Why go: Max Marlowe Music is a jazz inspired group from Montreal playing original compositions and jazz/latin classics. The band is composed of Max Marlowe on piano and original compositions, Denis Roy on alto saxophone, Guillaume Lefebvre on double bass and Olivier Picard on drums.

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Tupi Collective
Photograph: Credit DJ MKS, Tupi Collective

7. Feel Good Fridays with Tupi Collective

When is it: September 25th, from 5pm to 9pm

Why go: The group known as “Tupi Collective” was created in August 2012 by Marcus Freitas (DJ Mks) and Wallace Roza (DJ Skambo).They’re deejays who have started a music project that explores the different rhythms of Brazilian music. From reggae to samba, to hip-hop to forró, plus an amalgamation of new and old school Brazilian rhythms, the collective mixes a diaspora of styles in their sets which takes their fans on a tropical journey.

Live Music, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Time Out

8. Abellard/Keita Quartet plays Time Out Market

When is it: September 26th, from 12:30pm to 4pm

Why go: The performance will consist of renditions of standards of the jazz repertoire, original compositions and covers in the jazz quartet format. The band is composed of Marie Ketely Gomes (Bass), Aaron Dolman (Drums), Theo Abellard (Keys) and Modibo Keita (Trombone). These four young artists represent the voice of the next generation of jazz musicians in Montreal.

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Time Out Bar, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: JF Galipeau

9. Wine tasting pop-up with Déserteur

When is it: September 30th, from 6pm to 7:30pm

Why go: Make that next wine and cheese or dinner party you host a success by picking up tips and tricks from the local specialists at Déserteur hosting this pop-up. The concept is simple, where 3 glasses of carefully chosen vineyards and/or sake producers get paired with 3 dishes from 3 Time Out Market restaurants—all in one evening.

Nite Markt
Photograph: Rachel McGrory

10. Nite Markt

When is it: October 2nd, 12pm to 8pm

Why go: Nite Markt strives to help the trend-savvy spender get hyped about supporting local. They'll set up at Time Out Market on the first weekend of every month for the rest of the year! Let's spend the rest of 2020 supporting local brands, artists and businesses. For the list of vendors, please check back for individual posts in the event link below.

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Nite Markt
Photograph: Rachel McGrory

11. Nite Markt

When is it: October 3rd, 12pm to 8pm

Why go: Nite Markt strives to help the trend-savvy spender get hyped about supporting local. They'll set up at Time Out Market on the first weekend of every month for the rest of the year! Let's spend the rest of 2020 supporting local brands, artists and businesses. For the list of vendors, please check back for individual posts in the event link below.

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