Concerts and art being showcased in November to mark the one year anniversary of Leonard Cohen’s passing.
Performer has taken world by storm through his work with Rhianna, U2, and Badbadnotgood.
Just for Laughs picks and highlights for the 2017 festival.
Billy Talent, Game of Thrones, and West Trainz. This week, think big.
I didn’t think Coldplay tickets would sell so fast. What can I do other than buy one of the last remaining Party Packs for $625?
An audience pleasure, Yeezy delighted the Bell Centre and journalists alike.
Trippy band Tame Impala fills the Bell Centre with positive vibes.
Rockers say farewell to their Montreal fans with an explosive set backed by the legendary Alice Cooper who showed us his snake.
Incredible show of old and new material delights U2 fans.
Canadian rocker revisits his breakthrough album Reckless in career spanning set
Seeing the Montreal Canadiens play at the Bell Centre is an absolute highlight of my time in Montreal. Ice hockey is a must see while in Montreal.
Canadiens retire Guy Lapointe’s #5 jersey, reuniting the Big 3 of their heyday atop the Bell Centre. Should they stop retiring jerseys now?
After a 33 year hiatus, Tom Petty returned to rock the Bell Centre. After such a great show, Jean-Frederic hopes for a speedier return.
Solid show by Bruno Mars keeps fans on its feet, while Bebe Rexha fills in for Pharell Williams and gains new fans.
Pop queen offers a kaleidoscope show to a sold out crowd.
Killers play long list of hits and b-sides at Bell Centre show. Opener Stars were solid too.
No one can say Lana Del Rey is up herself. Fans were treated to a rocking performance at the Bell Center where this hard working musician took selfies with fans.