It's Official, Hanson Are Coming To Montreal

The greatest MMMMband in the world.
It's Official, Hanson Are Coming To Montreal

Wanna feel old?

The band Hanson was formed 25 years ago!

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But this article isn't just about making you feel like an old geezer, it's also to announce that Hanson are launching a long awaited anniversary tour this summer!

 The MMMband will be in Montreal on October 3, 2017 at the Théâtre Corona.

Tickets go on sale this Saturday, March 18th, and you can buy them right here

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The show will feature Indigenous DJs, bands, opera singers and more.

POP Montreal is hosting a free concert to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day in Montreal, in collaboration with Resilience Montreal, the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal and the Ville-Marie borough.

Shows will begin in the afternoon on June 21, with a lineup of Indigenous performers, including singers, guitarists, bands, spoken word artists, opera singers and electro DJs. 

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A Super Nostalgic Video Game Concert Is Coming To Montreal This Month

With music from Super Mario 64, Zelda, Halo, and more!

If you're a big fan of videogame soundtracks, you're going to love OPENWORLD: Video Game Music Live in Concert, a performance coming to Montreal and Laval this month.

The concert "features exciting arrangements of video game music for a chamber ensemble of 10 world-class musicians, performing music from series and titles such as Halo, Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda, Sonic, Assassin's Creed, and many others."

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Canada's Queen of Pop, Céline Dion is appearing at a star-studded online concert and will sing to honour front-line nurses who are fighting against COVID-19. "Nurse Heroes Live" will see all kinds of celebrities joining forces on U.S. Thanksgiving Day for one of the biggest benefit concerts in recent memory. 

You can watch the concert online and feel the power of love in honour of hard-working nurses around the world.

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