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POP Montreal Is Hosting A Free National Indigenous Peoples Day Concert In Montreal

The show will feature Indigenous DJs, bands, opera singers and more.
POP Montreal Is Hosting A Free National Indigenous Peoples Day Concert In Montreal

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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Shauit, Scott Sinquah, the Buffalo Hat Singers, Moe Clark, Geronimo Inutiq, Corey Diabo and Jeremy Dutcher will all be performing.

The event is set to take place at Cabot Square in downtown Montreal, which has been a gathering place for Indigenous people for several decades and is home to the Roundhouse Café, one of Montreal's only Indigenous cafés.

Spectators will have to sit alone and remain seated at all times, and mask-wearing is mandatory. No re-entries are permitted after you've entered the concert site.

The concert is free, but reservations are required through Eventbrite or at the reservation tent on-site. The event will also be streamed live on Facebook.

National Indigenous Peoples Day Concert

Price: Free, but reservation is required

When: June 21, 3-7 p.m.

Address: Cabot Square; 2322, rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal, QC (corner of Rue Lambert-Closse and Rue Sainte-Catherine O.)