MUNDIAL MONTRÉAL 10th edition 

Mundial Montréal, invites artists to submit an application to be considered for a 25 minutesshowcase spot at our 10th annual conference on November 17 – 20, 2020. Our showcase program is extremely limited (approximately 30 spots) and we make sure that there is no overlap with other activities or showcases.

The call for artists, presented by the Caisse Desjardins de la Culture and in media partnership with, will be open from February 1st to April 1st, 2020.

To submit your project, simply fill out the official form. Please note that an administrative fee of $45 CAD is required for each submission. This amount guarantees the consideration of your application by the programming team.


Presented by the Caisse Desjardins de la Culture

The Caisse Desjardins de la Culture is proud to contribute to Mundial Montréaland M for Montreal. Financial cooperative dedicated to artists and cultural organizations, professionals and businesses, the Caisse de la Culture was founded by artists, for artists. Since 25 years our mission has been to help you realize your personal and professional projects. Whatever your needs, our expertise will allow us to find solutions for you. We are proud to have helped thousands of self-employed workers become homeowners, to have allowed so many of our members realize their projects, and to have fostered business development in every artistic field.

Folk Alliance International – Recap

The New Orleans edition of Folk Alliance International provided a big showcase stage with plenty of room for dancing, which is a good thing since all the artists moved the 400+ delegates. Ramon Chicharron, Elisapie, Alysha Brilla, Elage Diouf and Digging Roots enjoyed great responses, with an Indigenous “round dance” taking things to a finale climax. A memorable gathering of the World Routes Network, B2B, mentoring and plenty of networking filled out the agenda in the Crescent City.

We want to acknowledge that we are currently on the unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá;ka people who designate this territory as Tio’tia;ke. We recognize the Kanien’kehá;ka (Mohawk) people who continue to care for this land.