Buckle up for more music festivals, Montreal.
Entering its third edition, the Mile Ex End music festival is returning to take over the Van Horne overpass from August 30 to September 2.
Besides taking place in a pretty hip venue under an overpass, the Mile Ex End fest has assembled a pretty stellar lineup which includes both comedy and music.
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The festival’s full lineup can be found online but headlining acts include Feist, Kevin Morby, Adam Naas, Mélissa Laveaux, A Tribe Called Red, La Force, Jeanne Added, and Chromeo.
Comedy acts include Les Denis Drolet, Phil Roy, Daniel Tirado, Rosalie Vaillancourt, Guillaume Wagner, and a slew of other great local comedians.
The festival will have local food trucks and bar kiosks set up to keep festival-goers fed and quenched throughout.
The third annual Mile Ex End music fest will take place rain or shine as “the overpass roof will protect guests from any bad weather,” according to the festival’s website.
Tickets to the fest are on sale now and range from $29.75 to $79.75.
When: August 30 to September 2
Time: Doors open at 4 pm (on August 30) and 1 pm (August 31 – September 2)
Where: Corner of Rue Marmier and Rue Henri-Julien
Price: $29.75 – $79.75, available online