by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
Get a load of the ninth annual MUFF festival, May 22–25.
by MARITES CARINO
The FTA festival begins tomorrow. See our round-up of its dance highlights here.
by Sarah Deshaies
Choreographer Trajal Harrell tells us all about Antigone Sr., a merger of contemporary dance, gay house culture & pop music, to be performed over three days at the Festival TransAmériques.
Evenko's new EDM & hip hop festival, happening at Parc Jean Drapeau on Aug. 15 and 16, just revealed its line-up.
Festival director Alain Mercieca tells us all about the ninth annual festival of sketch comedy.
Perfect weather and record-breaking attendance made Piknic's first weekend of the season extra awesome. Photographer Cindy Lopez was there to document it.
by KYLE MULLIN
Ahead of their Montreal show this week, we spoke to a member of the prolific Japanese experimental band about how dropping out of society worked for them.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Andrew Garfield stars in the new Arcade Fire video, Friendly Rich does something perverted with Star Trek & more fresh music videos & tracks.
by LISA SPROULL
Sackville, NB's annual SappyFest music gathering launches a book with a concert in Montreal tonight.
The Quebec Bar Owners' Association president fought the Bell Centre and the Bell Centre won + a new music festival comes to Parc Jean Drapeau, a Mile End park is renamed in memory of a local musician & more in our news round-up.
by Michael Sallot
Ahead of the weekly dance party's opening weekend, we spoke with Piknic's Michel Quintal about the memorable moments and logistical challenges of the past 12 years.
by ALEX ROSE
Silver Mt. Zion documentary Come Worry With Us! is more of a lo-fi tour doc than a meditation on art vs. parenthood.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
FIMAV, Pouzza and the One Man Band Festival started last night. Here are highlights of what they're bringing to the stage this weekend + even more amazing shows.
by JOSEPH SANNICANDRO
Even amid the greatness of the Victoriaville festival's 30th anniversary edition, the quartet of Pinhas, Merzbow, Keiji Haino, Tatsuya Yoshida tomorrow night promises to be legendary.
Atigh Ould told us about the dual purpose of his West African restaurant in Mile End, the city's #2 Best African spot according to the Best of MTL readers poll.
by MALCOLM FRASER
The Oscar-winning Québécois director’s Le règne de la beauté is a beautiful and peculiar film.
We spoke to Montreal's Radwan Ghazi Moumneh about the evolution of his Jerusalem in My Heart project & the strange ways in which Middle Eastern music is marketed in the West.
21,000 fans watched a screening of last night's game at the Bell Centre, then spilled out into the streets downtown to parade the night away. Photographer Cindy Lopez captured the fandemonium.
* Secret Sun album launch
* On Colour vernissage at VAV Gallery
* Frank screens at the Phi Centre
* Christopher Owens plays Petit Campus
* GrandBuda previews his new EP at Cabaret Underworld
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