Pop Montreal 2017

Book tickets

Sep 13 - Sep 17 2017

Montreal, Quebec (Various Venues)

$275 CA - $400 CA

POP Montreal is an annual music festival occurring in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in the early fall, usually at the end of September or the beginning of October. More than 400 bands are scheduled to play in more than 50 venues across the city, mostly located in the Mile End area. Along with music, POP Montreal has music-related film (Film Pop), art events (Art Pop) as well as a conference (POP Symposium) and a cultural fair called Puces Pop.

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John Maus [NEW]
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Kali Uchis [NEW]
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Lucy Dacus [NEW]
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Lunice [NEW]
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Mourn [NEW]
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Son Little [NEW]
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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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