MONTREAL — Spring — and summer — on the Montreal stage has sprung. Here are a few suggestions to enjoy a night on the town.
Brit Floyd covers your favorite Pink Floyd tunes at Place des Arts, 175 Ste. Catherine St. W., on March 23. Tickets cost $49.
Nancy and Ann Wilson, also known as the ‘80s smash-rocker duo Heart, plays the Bell Centre on March 25. The official Bell Centre address is 1909 Avenue des Canadiens de Montreal, which is downtown near the corner of Drummond or Peel streets and Boulevard Rene Levesque. Tickets cost $84 and $99.
Canadian popsters Marianas Trench take to the Metropolis stage at 59 St. Catherine St. E. on March 26. Tickets cost $47.
Ethereal Icelandic indie rockers Sigur Ros plays the Bell Centre on March 27. Tickets cost $50 and $65.
Eighties iconsGarbageplays Metropolis on March 27. Tickets cost $42.
This girl IS on fire! Alicia Keys performs at the Bell Centre on April 3. Tickets range from $54 to $142.
K-OStakes to the Corona Theatre stage at 2490 Notre Dame West on April 3. Tickets cost $24.50.
Oprah Winfrey (yes, the former talk-show icon is on tour) presents “An Evening with Oprah” at the Bell Centre on April 11. Tickets range from $95 to $355.
The Harlem Globetrotters offers their court-style of razzle-dazzle at the Bell Centre on April 12. Tickets range from $27 to $139.
Billy Talent with Sum 41, Hollerado and Indian Handcrafts play at the Bell Centre on April 13. Tickets cost $52 and $62.
The Joy Formidable brings their indie sounds to the Corona Theatre on April 13. Tickets cost $22.
Techno rockers Muse play the Bell Centre on April 24. Tickets range from $53 to $73.
The hot ticket of the season? The Lumineers’ May 1 Metropolis date is already sold out.
Pop diva Rihanna plays the Bell Centre on May 1. A$AP Rocky opens. Tickets range from $49 to $166.
A blast from the past, the Bay City Rollers play the Corona Theatre on May 1. Tickets cost $42.