Australian circus troupe defies gravity and wows audience with its physical prowess.
Watching the hard hitting sport of Roller Derby proves to be a great way to spend an evening in Montreal. Plus, there’s Pabst.
July 6th weekend has an exciting line up of djs at Piknic Electronik.
Entrelacs, is a unique art exhibition featuring six artists from Canada and Europe that started on July 5th and will go on until August 23rd.
Shantel and the Bucovina Club Orkestar play two shows on the TD stage and fill the city with Balkan electro.
Cafe Frappé is full of Argentina fans as tie game goes to penalty kicks.
With its one-of-a-kind artisanal products, Mile End’s new Biergarten-inspired market is open every weekend this summer.
Germany whips Brazil’s ass in about 30 minutes… and then they did it again and again and again. Here’s how fans responded in Cafe Frappe.
Shaffir’s interview about his upcoming Just for Laughs appearances might contain some or all the following: mushrooms, peyote, marijuana, sex, danger, and a description of his penis.
Jill Barber explores many different facets of her personality through her music and also through some major life changes
Review of St. Vincent and Groenland’s performances on July 5th at Metropolis as a part of Montreal’s 35th Annual Jazz Festival.
Violent Femmes play first album in its entirety, prompting a rather long reminiscence on growing up with the Femmes as a life soundtrack.
Was it better as a film or as theatre? Scenes and music from Quentin Tarantino’s best movies came to the stage as part of the Montreal Jazz Fest.
Latin-jazz band takes audience to Cuba.
Fans watch a tense quarter final game between Germany and France at Café Frappé in Montreal.
From a chilled out afternoon to a real party, Piknic Electronik is an ideal way to spend a Sunday in Montreal. One more thing of Annie’s bucket list.
June’s last Piknic called on Barcelona to bring the beats and Montreal long timers Pfreud and GD put in an appearance too.