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7 Montreal concerts you don’t want to miss in December and January!

by Marie-Sarah Published on December 7, 2015

Here’s my shortlist of local or international artists who are well worth seeing live until the end of January! (Psssttt: Christmas gift idea alert!)

Klô Pelgag (December 12, Club Soda)

Since she won the Félix “Révélation de l’année” (best new artist) award over a year ago, Klô Pelgag has sold out concert halls and won even more awards. You can see for yourself what everyone is talking about on December 12th.

Patrick Watson (December 15, 16 and 18, Metropolis)

Montreal’s favourite son returns home for three days at the Metropolis, long enough to fit him into your busy Holiday schedule!

Alessia Cara (January 15, Corona Theatre)

This young singer from Ontario released her debut album, Know-It-All, in November 2015. As the latest protégée of the Def Jam label (Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Iggy Azalea), you can bet that her career is about to skyrocket!

MUSE (January 20, 21, Bell Centre)

This British rock band has been going strong for over 20 years! They just released their 7th album this year and will be coming to the Bell Centre on January 20th and 21st to perform for their many Quebec fans.

The Knocks (January 21, Le Belmont sur le Boulevard)

Although better known by the music industry than the public at this point, this electronic music duo sure knows how to get people on their feet! They will be releasing their debut album in 2016. Let’s hope they perform a few of their new tracks at the show!

Jean Leloup and his band (January 21, 22, 23, Metropolis)

Jean Leloup is everywhere these days! He scored big at the ADISQ music awards, appeared on the Tout Le Monde en Parle talk show, and is now on a major tour. He and his band will perform at the Metropolis on January 21st, 22nd and 23rd, and a few days in February. If you want to dance along with him, check out his Paradis City choreography!

Vance Joy (January 29, 30, 31, Metropolis)

Montrealers adore this young Australian indie singer-songwriter. After cheering him on at the 2014 Osheaga Festival, I can’t wait to see him live again and dance to Riptide!

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