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October 24, 2013

Montreal venues hosting rock, pop, indie and theatrical events

MONTREAL — The Montreal stage is set for a fall and winter season of programming. Here are a few ways to enjoy a night on the town.

Metropolis kicks things up a hardcore-heavy-metal notch with performances by Lamb of God and Killswitch Engage tonight at its 59 St. Catherine St. E. location. Tickets cost $54. 

Kent Nagano conducts the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in a unique, classic concert recital on Saturday, Oct. 26, that performs German composer and clarinetist Jorg Widmann’s “Teiresias,” Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 5” and progressive art rocker Frank Zappa’s “Bogus Pomp.” The concert is at Maison Symphonique of Place des Arts. Tickets cost $31.

Vocalist Josh Grobin plays the Bell Centre Sunday, Oct. 27. Tickets cost $64 to $115.

Electro house DJ Steve Aoki plays Metropolis Wednesday, Oct. 30. Tickets cost $42.50.

Justin Timberlake brings his “20/20 Experience Tour” to the Bell Centre Thursday, Oct. 31, and Friday, Nov. 1. Tickets range from $63 to 192.

Seventies icons The Eagles play the Bell Centre Monday, Nov. 4. Tickets cost $75 to $205.

Alternative rockers My Bloody Valentine plays Metropolis Wednesday, Nov. 6. Tickets cost $47.

Bon Jovi plays the Bell Centre Friday, Nov. 8. Tickets cost $29 to $600.

Genesis tribute band The Musical Box performs Selling England by the Pound Sunday, Nov. 10, at Cepsum of the Universite de Montreal. Tickets cost $55 to $75. The venue is at 2100 Edouard Montpetit Blvd.

Said the Whale brings their alt sound to La Sala Rossa at 4848 St. Laurent Blvd. Tuesday, Nov. 12. Tickets cost $15. 

Cirque Eloize presents “Cirkopolis,” their new show that combines circus arts, theater and dance in the realm of Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis” meets Terry Gilliam’s “Brazil,” Thursday, Nov. 14, through Saturday, Nov. 23, at Theatre de Maisonneuve of Place des Arts. Tickets range from $36 to $68.

Kanye West brings The Yeezus Tour to the Bell Centre Thursday, Nov. 14. Kendrick Lamar opens. Tickets range from $73 to $193.

The Tennessee rock trio Paramore plays the Bell Centre Wednesday, Nov. 20. Tickets range from $43 to $63.

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