Thursday May 2 10pm. Tokyo Thursdays @ Tokyo Bar, 3709 St Laurent. Tokyo’s rooftop patio – the best terrace in the city – is up and rolling. Enjoy balmier temperatures along with drink specials and two crazy dance floors in the main and side room in which to get yo’ groove on. $5 before 11:30pm,… Read More »Read Article
WEDNESDAY 7 pm: 1982, In Conversation with Jian Ghomeshi @ Ukrainian Federation, 5213 Hutchinson. The radio personality will be in town supporting his new book, 1982, about his experiences growing up as a son of immigrants in Canada in the 80s. Oh, and his love for David Bowie. $5 9 pm: The Raveonettes @ Corona… Read More »Read Article
Montreal Hit List – POP Montreal, International Black Film Festival, Art of the Tease burlesque workshop and more!
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 TO SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23 POP Montreal @ many Montreal venues. This year’s edition of POP Montreal will feature over 100 shows and events with over 600 artists in attendance. Gotye, K’NAAN, Grimes and many, many more great musicians will be in the city – here is the full schedule of all talks,… Read More »Read Article
Montreal Hit List: Neon Indian, The Layover, Her Royal Majesty, Confabulation, The Ligories and more!
WEDNESDAY MAY 9 5pm. Culinary Propaganda World Premiere @ La QV, 29 Beaubien E. The ominous (yet strangely delicious) looking Facebook invite promises the world premier of Culinary Propaganda’s Episode 3: “Sausage Therapy.” Screening at 7pm. Wine + Szef Bartek sausage served ($13 tax in, cash only) served from 5pm-10 pm.Read Article
WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 8pm. Kasabian + Hacienda @ Theatre Corona, 2490 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest. English rock band Kasabian play Corona in support of their latest studio album, “Velociraptor” released last fall. With Beach Boys-influenced South Texas rock act Hacienda. $29.50Read Article
Montreal Hit List: Gang Gang Dance, Jolie Holland, Just for Laughs, CFCF, Mark Slutsky, Riot Grrrl for Rock Camp and more!
TUESDAY JULY 5 – SUNDAY JULY 31 Montreal Just for Laughs Festival The Montreal Just for Laughs Fest kicks off a month of zany fun. The opening week’s French-only programming includes the comic stylings of Stephane Rousseau and Jean-Marc Parent; English performances begin July 11. Featured comics include Kevin Smith, Louis CK, Russell Peters, Jeremy… Read More »Read Article