St. Denis is awash in clowns, acrobats, contortionists, and mayhem as the Montreal Complètement Cirque claims St. Denis each evening.
Legendary reggae artists play to an adoring audience.
The Toronto jazz trio is mad good and are as quick in an interview as they are on their new album III.
’80s jazzman Jack DeJohnette and his band go for the improvisational form.
Those lucky enough to see Ginger Baker got to spend an hour and a half in the presence of greatness.
This Summer marks the 19th anniversary of Vans Warped Tour, epic 245-day-long festival!
Shows to astound and awe, the Montreal Complètement Cirque brings international and local troupes together for a little over a week of oohs and ahs.
Quantic and his talented band are magnifico in Club Soda.
Apart from the obvious legends, there are many paid shows at the Montreal Jazz Fest worth seeing. Here are our picks.
Born in Quebec, Steve Hill is one of those mean blues guitarists hailed as the best in the province, if not Canada. He gets down. He gets dirty. He goes for the heart. No [read on]
A Bandolier of Dreams and High Tea bring out the British accents. Which one is real and which one isn’t? Wine or tea? Where’s the beer?
Our picks for the best free shows at the Montreal International Jazz Festival 2014. Everything from creative interpretations of standards to international rising stars to hip hop and funk.