25 Montreal Concerts Under $25 In November 2015

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25 Montreal Concerts Under $25 In November 2015

Ah, music. The great uniter. If you're a music fan - and I honestly don't know who wouldn't qualify as a music fan - then you know the struggle of trying to find affordable shows to go to. If you're a Montrealer, then you also know that our music scene is top notch. Put those two together, and what do you have? A thriving music scene full of quality artists and affordable shows. Don't believe me? Well, friends, read on. And you might want to do it quick, too - because before you know it, all the cheap tickets will sell right out. Read on for 25 Montreal Concerts Under $25 In November 2015.

1. King Melrose's album launch: November 10 (free!)

Club Soda

1225 Boul. dint-Laurent

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2. Infinity Girl: November 12 ($8 in advance, $10 at the door)

Brasserie Beaubien

73 Beaubien E

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3. Mitski: November 24 ($10)

Casa Del Popolo

4873 Boul St-Laurent

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4. Last Ex: November 3 ($10)

Casa Del Popolo

4873 Boul St-Laurent

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5. Lakes of Canada + Our Book & The Author + Debbie Tebbs: November 21 ($10 in advance, $12 at the door)

Le Divan Orange

4234 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

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6. SOLIDS: November 11 ($10 in advance, $12 at the door)

La Sala Rossa

4848 Boul St-Laurent

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7. U.S. Girls: November 12 ($12)

La Vitrola

4602 boul. St-Laurent

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9. Pawa Up First + Pandaléon: November 13 ($14.35)

Divan Orange

4234 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

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10. Beat Sexü: November 27 ($15)

Divan Orange

4234 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

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11. Wild Child + Elliott Moss: November 4 ($16)

La Sala Rossa

4848 Boul St-Laurent

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12. Marie-Pierre Arthur: November 6 ($17.25 in advance, $23 at the door)

La Tulipe

4530 Avenue Papineau

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13. Halsey: November 2 ($20)

Le Métropolis de Montréal

59 St. Catherine E

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14. Blé: November 12 ($21.25)

Le National

1220 Ste-Catherine E

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15. Galaxie + PONI: November 6 ($22 student price)

Club Soda

1225 Boul. Saint-Laurent

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16. Chloe Lacasse: November 9 ($22.50)

Gesù

1202 Bleury

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17. The Franklin Electric + Elliot Maginot + Milk & Bone: November 18 ($23 in advance)

Théâtre Rialto

5723 Avenue Du Parc

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18. Antoine Chance + Felix Dyotte: November 12 ($23.50 student price)

Cabaret Lion d’Or

1676 Ontario E

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19. Safia Nolin: November 10 ($24 student price)

Cabaret Lion d’Or

1676 Ontario E

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20. Fanny Bloom + Jérôme Dupuis-Cloudier: November 14 ($24.50 student price)

Cabaret Lion d’Or

1676 Ontario E

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21. Philippe Brach: November 19 ($24.50)

Le National

1220 Ste-Catherine E

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22. Loud Lary Ajust: November 20 ($25)

Le Métropolis de Montréal

59 St. Catherine E

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23. Bahamas: November 25 ($26.50)

Théâtre Corona

2490 Notre-Dame West

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24. Louis-Jean Cormier: November 19 ($26. 75)

Club Soda

1225 Boul. Saint-Laurent

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25. Éric Goulet: November 1 (voluntary contribution)

Quai Des Brumes

4481 Rue Saint-Denis

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