MONDAY JULY 29 TO SUNDAY AUGUST 4 Divers/Cité @ mainly Quai Jacques-Cartier, but a few other venues around town, too. Montreal’s foremost gay pride festival, Divers/Cité, begins this week and goes through Sunday with numerous concerts, film screenings, foodie experiences, and more. The full program is available here; ticket information here. THURSDAY AUGUST 1 10pm.… Read More »Read Article
POP Montreal is back! The international music festival is celebrating a decade of eclectic pop music, crafts, visual art, food and film. POP’s jam-packed schedule – over 570 bands, performers and artisans in five days – means you’ll have to plan strategically. To help you out, here are our picks for POP:Read Article
We saw, we loved, we made a mixtape for you.Read Article
THE festival of all Montreal festivals: Three days. 120,000 people. Several industrial water hoses dousing the crowd during sets. A gazillion side bras, fedoras and high-waisted short shorts. So many shirtless bros. A mind-boggling lineup of performers and epic journeys across the land to make them all in time. Sun, rain, wind, mud, beer, drugs,… Read More »Read Article
Montreal Hit List: Snoop Dogg + Feist + Sigur Ros @ Osheaga; Honheehonhee + Gesaffelstein @ MEG and more!
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1ST 10pm. Silver Dapple @ Quai Des Brumes, 4481 rue St-Denis. Osheaga isn’t the only big ticket in town this weekend. The Montreal Electronique Groove festival (better known as MEG) is currently hosting a smorgasbord of nightly shows at venues around Montreal until August 5th. Canadian electro and indie rock acts are showcased, with a smattering… Read More »Read Article
This year’s Osheaga Music Festival has a stacked line up of amazing acts, and some of the set conflicts will induce serious indecision. As a festival veteran, let me impart a few tips: – Seeing a whole set is always better than seeing half of two – Sometimes, it makes sense to choose a set… Read More »Read Article