Photolog: Pouzza Festival

Pouzza Fest Four Photo by Andres Roget

We should count ourselves lucky for living in a city where there are an endless amount of music festivals, as soon as the temperature reaches two digits, is festival season in Montreal and this is something that makes me very very happy,  for its fourth year the Pouzza Fest brought an impressive number of well known Punk Rock bands for a 3 days festival (May 16th, 17th &18th) venues such as Club Soda, Fouf, Katacombes and many others opened their doors to bands such as CJ Ramone, The Flatliners, The Mad Caddies, Morning Glory, an many others.

Must admit I am not a regular when it comes to punk festivals, however this was undeniably one the must powerful festivals I have attended, fans were flying up in the air, jumping off the stage and making endless mosh pits, and the bands really appreciated this and gave them all they had and more, despite all the action the event was perfectly planned and the waiting time during bands was almost unnoticeable.

One important thing to mention is how organize the event was managed, all venues were close to each other, and a 10 minutes walk would take you from one to another, with no complications.

Pouzza Fest Eight

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Pouzza Fest Twelve

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Pouzza Fest Three

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Pouzza Fest Thirteen

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Pouzza Fest Ten

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Pouzza Fest Sixteen

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Pouzza Fest Six

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Pouzza Fest Seven

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Pouzza Fest One

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Pouzza Fest Nine

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Pouzza Fest Fourteen

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Pouzza Fest Four

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Pouzza Fest FIve

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Pouzza Fest Fifteen

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Pouzza Fest Eleven

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Pouzza Fest Eight

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