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17 concerts in Montreal to check out in September

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Yasmin Aboelsaud Aug 28, 2016 10:00 pm

The summer might be winding down in Montreal, but the concerts are heating up.

From Kanye to Adele, and everything in between, there is a show for everyone this month. Check out this month’s concerts, and we’ll see you at the show!

Kanye West

Kanye West and his Saint Pablo tour pop into the city to start off concerts this month at the Bell Centre. What can we say about Kanye West? Kanye loves Kanye – so it should be a great show. And for last minute fans, tickets are still available for the big show.

When: September 2 at 8 pm
Where: Bell Centre, 1909 avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal
Tickets: Available online from $39.75 to $222. All ages

Armin Van Buuren

Legendary DJ Armin Van Buuren makes his way back to Montreal this month. The electronic music producer and founder of the record label, Armind, has released six studio albums and countless of club hits. Expect this to be a party.

When: September 4 at 11 am
Where: Beachclub, 701 38 Pointe-Calumet
Tickets: Available online from $60.

Action Bronson

Since entering rap’s ring four years ago, the former chef who hails from Flushing, Queens (NY), Action Bronson has released a number of mixtapes since 2012. Bronson released his first full-length album, Mr. Wonderful, in March 2015. Catch the popular foodie rapper in town this month.

When: September 6 at 8 pm
Where: L’Olympia, 1004 Sainte-Catherine East
Tickets: Available online at $35.50. 18+

Gallant

One of the most soulful voices is in Montreal this month. Hailing from Washington, D.C, Gallant has emerged as one of the best new artists last year with his huge single “Weight in Gold.” His shows have been selling out across North America, and this one will probably be no exception.

When: September 7 at 8 pm
Where: Fairmont Theatre, 5240, Avenue du Parc
Tickets: Available online at $21. 18+

Gold Panda

British electronic producer and performer Gold Panda makes an appearance in our city in the beginning of September. Four studio albums and several singles since his 2009 debut, Gold Panda’s beats will get you moving.

When: September 11 at 8 pm
Where: Fairmont Theatre, 5240, Avenue du Parc
Tickets: Available online at $18.50. 18+

Chrome Sparks

Indie electronic musician Chrome Sparks is at the Fairmont Theatre this month for his fall tour with the live duo. The Brooklyn-based Jeremy Malvin (Aka Mr Sparks) was recently on a few tour dates with Flume.

When: September 12 at 7 pm
Where: Fairmont Theatre, 5240, Avenue du Parc
Tickets: Available online at $15. 18+

Slayer

Get ready to headbang. American metal band Slayer, which formed in 1981, has released 12 albums and last year they released Repentless. They are currently touring the album, and are making 90’s dreams come true.

When: September 13 at 7:10 pm
Where: Metropolis, 59 Rue Sainte-Catherine Est
Tickets: Available online at $80.45.

Rodriguez

Michigan folk singer-songwriter Rodriguez comes to Montreal playing an all-ages show this month. You might remember Rodriguez from the film Searching for Sugar Man. He’s Sugar Man. The self-taught guitarist who did not gain popularity until years after he began playing.

When: September 13 at 8 pm
Where: L’Olympia, 1004 Sainte-Catherine East
Tickets: Sold out.

James Bay

English singer-songwriter James Bay released his debut album last year to rave reviews – Chaos and the Calm topped the UK charts and earned Bay three Grammy nominations, including one for best new artist. Montreal fans can expect the singer to perform hits like “Running” and “Hold Back The River.”

When: September 14 at 8 p.m.
Where: CEPSUM – Université de Montréal, 2100 boul. Édouard-Montpetit
Tickets: Available online at $53. All Ages

Steve Aoki

The 20th anniversary of Dim Mak sees the return of eletro-king Steve Aoki. The Grammy-nominated international producer/DJ and electronic dance music entrepreneur is known for his high energy performances and dropping beats til morning – and Montreal gets the party this month.

When: September 16 at 10 p.m.
Where: New Gas City, 950 Ottawa St
Tickets: Available online at $30. 18+

Explosions in the Sky

Austin instrumental rock band Explosions in the Sky return to our city to support their latest release The Wilderness. Seven albums and having been regularly featured in the Friday Night Lights show and movie, Explosions in the Sky’s sound is distinct and recognizable.

When: September 18 at 8 pm
Where: Metropolis, 59 Sainte-Catherine E
Tickets: Available online at $33.55.

Young The Giant

Young the Giant captured everyone’s attention in 2010 with their singles “My Body” and “Cough Syrup.” Fast Forward five years and three albums, the boys are back in town touring Home of the Strange.

When: September 20 at 8 pm
Where: Metropolis, 59 Sainte-Catherine E
Tickets: Available online from $31.50.

The Kills

Indie duo The Kills have been around since the early 2000’s, but their recent release Ash & Ice has already topped charts globally. The lead single “Doing It to Death” is a killer track – see what we did there?

When: September 21 at 8 pm
Where: Metropolis, 59 Sainte-Catherine E
Tickets: Available online at $38.30.

Maroon 5

Multi platinum-selling and Grammy Award-winning rock band, Maroon 5, are back supporting their’s fifth studio album, V. Adam Levine and co (but mostly Adam Levine) are joined by Tove Lo and R. City for their local stop.

When: September 23 at 7:30 pm
Where:Bell Centre, 1909 avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal
Tickets: Available online from $40.50.

Ziggy Marley

One of the biggest reggae musicians in the world is coming to Montreal. Ziggy Marley, son of famed reggae artist and international icon Bob Marley, is bringing his signature sound as part of a mega-tour across the US and Canada.

When: September 27 at 7 pm
Where: L’Olympia, 1004 Sainte-Catherine East
Tickets: Available online at $52.89.

Adele

After a massive summer of tour dates, Adele finally lands in Montreal at the end of the month. She’s on the road touring her latest album, 25. But really, all that matters is Adele is here and her show is sold-out.

When: September 30 at 8 pm
Where: Bell Centre, 1909 avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal
Tickets: Sold out.

Majid Jordan

OVO’s Majid Jordan have had an exciting year. The Toronto R&B duo released their self-titled debut album in February, and have been touring across the globe. They bring their Toronto beats to Montreal on the 30th. So if you couldn’t get tickets to Adele, definitely check this one out.

When: September 30 at 9 pm
Where: Metropolis, 59 Sainte-Catherine E
Tickets: Available online at $40.55.

 


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Yasmin Aboelsaud
Senior Staff Writer, music aficionado, fueled by coffee, travel & Drake.

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