Out & About

May 30, 2013

Rolling Stones to play Montreal

MONTREAL — The Montreal summer stage is set.

Here are a few ways to enjoy a night on the town:

Heavy metal rockers Queensryche plays the Corona Theatre June 2. Tickets cost $41.50. At 2490 Notre Dame W.

Pitbull and Kesha team up to perform at the Bell Centre June 4. Tickets range from $42 to $104.

Alt rockers The Dandy Warhols will be performing their album “Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia” at Club Soda June 4. Tickets cost $31.50. At 1225 St. Laurent Blvd.

Bloc Party plays Metropolis June 6. Tickets cost $36. At 59 St. Catherine St. E.

It’s a boy-band bonanza — New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men play the Bell Centre June 6. Tickets range from $43 to $104.

The XX and Grizzly Bear play the Lachine Canal Centennial Esplanade June 7. Tickets cost $54. At St. Patrick and Pitt streets.

Travis Tritt plays Metropolis June 7. Tickets cost from $52 to $67.

The Rolling Stones — yes, you read that correctly — play the Bell Centre June 9. Tickets range from $168 to $635.

The oh-so eclectic and entertaining Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros play Metropolis June 12. Tickets cost $27.

The National performs at the Lachine Canal Centennial Esplanade June 13. Tickets cost $54.

Scottish indy popsters Chvrches (yes, spelled with a “v” not a “u”) plays Le National June 15. Tickets cost $22.50. At 1220 St. Catherine St. E.

Fleetwood Mac plays the Bell Centre June 18. Tickets range from $64 to $156.

Canadian icons The Tragically Hip play the Lachine Canal Centennial Esplanade June 22. Opening acts are the Sam Roberts Band and the Rural Alberta Advantage. Tickets cost $62.

The July 4 One Direction concert at the Bell Centre is already sold out.

A newcomer to the summer stage scene, Laval’s Centre de la Nature, hosts a big evening of music on July 5 with the Black Keys, the Joy Formidable, Kurt Vile and the Violators, CSS and Io Echo. Tickets cost $65.

The next evening Centre de la Nature hosts ’70s icons Chicago and Creedence Clearwater Revisited on July 5. Tickets cost $60. At 901 Ave. du Parc in the suburb of Laval. For both concerts, BYOC — Bring your own chair.

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