9 Montreal concerts to check out this November

Oct 30 2017, 10:08 pm

Let’s be real, there’s nothing particularly amazing about November.

Halloween is over, the weather is depressing, creepy moustaches are in abundance (granted, for a good cause,) and the holiday parties are still weeks away.

The good news is you can dance away your November woes. There is no shortage of high-energy DJs, dance duos, and other notable artists (hello Jay-Z) hitting Montreal’s music venues.

These are the best concerts in Montreal this November.

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Louis the Child

Weeks after releasing their latest single, “Right To It,” Chicago-based dance music duo Louis the Child hits Montreal, offering a high-energy night to dance off those mini Halloween chocolate bars.

When: November 3 at 9 pm
Where: Corona Theatre
Tickets: Available online at $44 to $145

Great Good Fine Ok 

Rising American synthpop duo Great Good Fine OK makes a stop in Montreal on their latest North American tour.

When: November 3 at 8 pm
Where: Petit Campus
Tickets: Available online at $15

Slow Magic

If EDM is your thing, Slow Magic – the DJ who wears a mask and plays the drums – hits Theatre Fairmont in the wake of the release of his new album, “Float.”

When: November 8 at 9 pm
Where: Theatre Fairmount
Tickets: Available online at $23.12

The Zolas 

Canadian indie rock band The Zolas are fresh from a summer of music festivals as their star continues to rise. If you don’t know who this Juno-nominated band is, you soon will.

When: November 13 at 9 pm
Where: Bar le Ritz PDB
Tickets: Available online at $15 to $18.50

Angus & Julia Stone 

Australian folk and indie pop group Angus & Julia Stone – comprised of siblings Angus and Julia Stone – make a stop in Montreal mid-November to offer the perfect date night with their smooth, dreamy melodies.

When: November 14 at 8 pm
Where: Mtelus
Tickets: Available online at $37.25


American electronic music duo Odesza – who is fresh from an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel – are on their way to fame after the recent release of their chart-topping new album, “A Moment Apart.”

When: November 17 and 18 at 8 pm
Where: Mtelus
Tickets: Available online at $54.25


If hip-hop is more your thing, Jay-Z makes a Montreal stop on the North American tour for his acclaimed “4:44” album.

When: November 21 at 8 pm
Where: Bell Centre
Tickets: Available online at $52.25 to $222.50

Cut Copy 

Australian electronic band will grace the Corona Theatre, fresh off the release of their much buzzed-about fifth studio album, “Haiku From Zero.”

When: November 22 at 8 pm
Where: Corona Theatre
Tickets: Available online at $33 in advance ($38 day of show)


Jungle – a modern soul collective based in London – wraps up the month with a performance full of new material on November 29.

When: November 29 at 8 pm
Where: Corona Theatre
Tickets: Available online at $30.50 ($35.50 day of show)

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