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The Tam-Tams is the informal name of a weekly free festival around the George-Étienne Cartier Monument in Mount Royal Park in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Montreal Tam Tams is the name of the popular drum and dance activity held every spring, summer, and autumn Sunday atop Mount Royal.

Babies, seniors, teens, thirty-somethings, fifty-ish fans, jugglers, brazen flirts, medieval foam weaponry fighter

Look for the angel statue, the Monument George-Étienne Cartier. Tam Tams' drum circle typically forms in its vicinity. From noon to sundown every Sunday, things start to get crowded. It's like a huge party and practically e

After working up an appetite with all the dancing and drumming, you'll often find food trucks parked on Parc Avenue. You may also find ice cream sellers on bikes. If you want a bit more, head to the top of the mountain to t

The drumming continues and grows and everyone joins in by drumming (even sticks on a park bench back) and dancing. If you aren't wanting to join in, you can always people-watch to your heart's delight.

As such, the entire area is generally quite popular on Sundays in the summertime, drawing an exceptionally diverse crowd to myriad activities. The Tam-Tams typically start around 10:30am and continue until sunset. It is not

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