MONTREAL — Happy Holidays! Now get what you really wanted for Christmas — a night on the town in Montreal.
Here’s what’s coming soon.
The return engagement of the Cirque du Soleil production of “Varekai” winds down its run at the Bell Centre now through Dec. 30. Tickets cost $62 to $191.
The electronic DJ British brother duo Disclosure makes their way to Metropolis Jan. 15 Tickets cost $30. At 59 St. Catherine St. E.
Boston-based alternative rockers The Pixies play Metropolis Jan. 16. Tickets cost $52.
Jim Heath, aka The Reverend Horton Heat, brings his rockabilly-meets-psychobilly-meets-country sound to Club Soda Jan. 22. Tickets cost $27. At 1225 St. Laurent Blvd.
Rapper Jay Z brings his Magna Carta world tour to the Bell Centre Jan. 24. Tickets range from $45 to $167.
Panic! At the Disco performs at Metropolis Jan. 31. Opening acts include X Ambassadors and The Colourist. Tickets cost $37.
The incomparable Sir Elton John plays the Bell Centre February 5. Tickets range from $54 to $168.
The soulful Michael Bolton plays Place des Arts Feb. 12. Tickets range from $64 to $94.
Electro-industrial rockers Skinny Puppy play Club Soda Feb. 16. Tickets cost $37.
Kings of Leon perform at the Bell Centre Feb. 24 with opening act Gary Clark Jr. Tickets range from $42 to $83.
Seventies rock icons Chicago play Place des Arts Feb. 25. Tickets range from $60 to $85.
Paul Simon and Sting share the Bell Centre stage Feb. 28. Tickets range from $58 to $270.
American alternative rockers Imagine Dragons play the Bell Centre March 3. The Naked and the Famous open. Tickets range from $42 to $68.
Indie rockers Broken Bells, featuring Brian Burton of Danger Mouse fame and James Mercer of The Shins, plays Metropolis March 4. Tickets cost $37.
Disney on Ice: Let’s Party brings a great family skate to the Bell Centre for 12 performances March 5 through 9. Tickets range from $30 to $98.
Indie rockers Young the Giant perform at Metropolis March 6. Advance tickets cost $27.