Montreal

The Balconies Rock Out In Montreal [Concert Review]

This past Thursday, we had the opportunity to see The Balconies perform with The Trews at Divan Orange in Montreal. The bar's reputation stems from introducing bands before they make it big, and this night was no exception. A true Diamond in the Rough, The Balconies brought forth their best,...

Bush, Seether, My Darkest Days Concert Pictures [Montreal]

Last night Bush, Seether, and My Darkest Days opened up for Nickelback in Montreal as part of their Here & Now World Tour. This stacked lineup played to 15,000+ at the Bell Centre.Check out some of our pictures below and click on them to see our full galleries for each...

Montreal and National We Day Review

Back in 2010, UpVenue attended We Day for the first time. At the time, we were blown away by the energy and enthusiasm from the students leaders in attendance, and this year was no different. Montreal not only hosted We Day; we also hosted National We Day. And on both...

Top 10 Montreal Concerts In 2012

One of the questions we're frequently asked here at UpVenue is "which concert(s) should I attend this year?" Since this question is very specific to the city in which you live in, we'll start by answering it for our local fans here in Montreal. If the response for this article...

AWOLNATION Concert Review (Montreal)

Tonight, AWOLNATION performed in Montreal for the first time. The American indie band released their first album, Megalithic Symphony, this year, which has already been certified gold and was featured on iTunes as one of the Great Albums of 2011. AWOLNATION is the solo project of Aaron Bruno, who has...

Uproar Festival Montreal Concert Review

Even with the threat of thunderstorms forecasted for later in the evening, rock fans made their way to Parc Jean Drapeau for The Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. The Uproar tour was created last year and has played host to bands such as Disturbed, Stone Sour, Avenged Sevenfold, and Three...

Trevor Hall Montreal Concert Review

Opening up for his friend and occasional collaborator Matisyahu, Trevor Hall not only got the crowd excited for his friend, he also ended up stealing the show. Playing to a sold out Club Soda, Trevor made himself at home in front of the Montreal crowd, rolling out a small rug...