MONTREAL — The Montreal stage is set for an enjoyable night on the town.

Here’s what’s coming soon:

British pop crooner Sam Smith plays the Bell Centre Jan. 19.

Tickets cost $55 to $90. At Rue de la Gauchetiere West and Rene Levesque Boulevard.

With a very dedicated following, the Harley Show is a high-octane rock revival this year featuring Dee Snider of Twisted Sister and Montreal rock bands the Damn Truth and Eagle Tears.

All your favorite rock classics from Metallica, AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and more will be covered.

On Jan. 18 at the Bell Centre. Tickets range from $53 to $263.

English singer, songwriter Ben Howard plays Metropolis Jan. 31. Tickets cost 32. At 59 St. Catherine St. E.

If you’re skipping the Super Bowl, then catch Osheaga at Igloofest at the Jacques Cartier Pier in the Old Port Feb. 1.

The lineup includes Keys N Krates, J.U.D. and Tiga. General admission costs $20.

The '80s smooth-pop era reigns with a performance by Brit band Spandau Ballet at Metropolis Feb. 2. Tickets cost 47.

Another eighties icon, Billy Idol, plays Metropolis Feb. 3. Tickets cost $62.

Kick things up a notch with Machine Head, also on Feb. 3 at the Corona Theatre. Advance tickets cost $28. At 2490 Notre Dame W.

Indie rockers the New Pornographers take to the Corona Theatre stage the following night, Feb. 4. Tickets cost $32.

The incomparable Fleetwood Mac play the Bell Centre Feb. 5. Tickets range from $64 to $199.

Stars and Hey Rosetta! double bill at the Metropolis Feb. 5. Tickets cost $32.

English singer/songwriter Charlie Winston performs at the Corona Theatre Feb. 5. Tickets cost $29.

Washington, D.C.-based progressive metal band Periphery plays the Corona Theatre Feb.7. Tickets cost $30.

Glam metalists Black Veil Brides play Metropolis Feb. 13. Tickets cost $35.

Indie rock folkster Father John Misty performs at the Corona Theatre Feb. 16. Admission costs $25.

Canadian rockers Nickelback play the Bell Centre Feb. 18. Tickets range from $35 to $105.

And yet even more Canadian rockers as the Tragically Hip play the Bell Centre Feb. 20. Tickets range from $63 to $141.

Kongos, Sir Sly and Colony House play an alternative-rock set at Metropolis Feb. 21. Tickets cost $27.

A second show has been added Feb. 23 for Bryan Adams at the Bell Centre (Feb. 27 is sold out). Tickets range from $28 to $110.

Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Tyga have a hip-hop date at the Bell Centre Feb. 24. Tickets range from $63 to $115.

Irish indie rocker Hozier plays Metropolis March 3. Tickets cost $32.

Disney on Ice presents “Frozen” at the Bell Centre with performances in English March 5, 6 and 8. Tickets range from $26 to $99.

Canadian alt rockers Arkells play the Corona Thetare March 6. Tickets cost $28.

Crooner Michael Bolton plays Place des Arts March 11. Tickets range from $55 to $85.

Mike + the Mechanics play Place des Arts March 11. Tickets range from $52 to $69.

ZZ Top plays the Bell Centre March 17. Tickets range from $68 to $115.


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