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VIDEO: Make Your Own Montreal Soundtrack

Get in the music this summer at one of Montreal’s many festivals and venues! Cheer your head off to Outkast, Jack White, Skrillex, Lorde, and The Arctic Monkeys at Osheaga; or rock out to Metallica, The Offspring, Slayer, and Lamb of God at Heavy Montreal! Dance to the best Urban and EDM from Tiesto, Adventure Club, Infected Mushroom, Tyga, Iggy Azalea and Juciy J at IleSoniq; or jam to the infectious rhythms of Maxi Priest, Etana, Sean Paul, and I-Octane at the Montreal International Reggae Festival. Whatever your musical tastes may be, Montreal has something for your ears, heart, and soul. Venues To Check Out: Check out the schedules at music venues like Metropolis, Club Soda, Theatre Corona, Bell Centre, Casa Del Popolo, Le National, L’Olympia, and Place des Arts to see who’s playing in Montreal when you’re in town! Also check out La Vitrine for a full array of cultural events happening around the city at any given time. Details Osheaga (August 1 – 3, 2014) Heavy Montreal (August 8 – 10, 2014) IleSoniq (August 15 – 16, 2014) Montreal International Reggae Festival (August 15 – 17, 2014)  

Legends, Hitmakers & Electro at Osheaga 2014

Three days of music, sunshine, and happy, beautiful people make Osheaga an unforgettable way to spend a weekend in Montreal this summer. The three-day outdoor festival gets bigger and better every year, and the 2014 line-up proves that yet again…

Things to Do in Montreal: May 16-22

High-caliber music, theatre, circus and dance rule Montreal’s many stages this week while public outdoor spaces teem with entertainment, from street entertainment and interactive art to several free outdoor concerts that mark the start of music-festival season…

Things to Do in Montreal: August 23–29

Even during some of summer’s most relaxing days, Montreal keeps the entertainment factor high. This week, visit a genuine New-France marketplace, see new films from internationally-acclaimed filmmakers, marvel at world-class art exhibitions, and rock out to live music…

Things to Do in Montreal: August 16–22

Montreal’s buzz word this week is “fun,” whether it comes in the form of live reggae, rock and classical music, gourmet food, films under the stars, dancing the tango or the electric slide, or a wild and colourful Pride Parade…

OSHEAGA 2013: A PHOTO GALLERY BY SUSAN MOSS

The 2013 edition of Osheaga attracted a record-setting 135,000 people to Parc Jean-Drapeau for three amazing days and nights of music. While the big name artists are what draws people to the festival, it’s the audience that really makes it come alive. This photo gallery, by photographer Susan Moss, is devoted to them…

Things to Do in Montreal: August 9–15

Enjoy Montreal-made entertainment and August’s sunny days at several outdoor events this week, ranging from rock and blues music festivals to orchestra performances to live graffiti art – all the while, eat well at food and cultural festivals…

VIDEO: Osheaga Music and Arts Festival 2013

Osheaga, the rising star of Montreal’s summer music festival schedule, brought a record-setting 135,000 people to Parc Jean-Drapeau in 2013, setting the bar incredibly high for next year. And while a photo gallery may be worth several thousand words, it’s this amazing video that we think best captures what it was like to be there!

Punk and Poutine at Pouzza Fest 2013

Montreal is no stranger to music festivals, widely known as the place to be in June and July for all things jazz and Francophone and early August for Osheaga’s indie-rock, yet more niche in its May music festivals: all manner of electronic music at Mutek and Elektra, the refined sounds of the chamber music festival, and the pop-punk, Pabst-soaked, poutine-fueled extravaganza that is Pouzza Fest…