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Winter Doesn’t Stand A Chance With All These Hot Events.

Montreal will host an eclectic array of musical talents this weekend, offering something for every taste. From the soulful melodies of Alicia Moffet to the trance beats of Armin Van Buuren, the city will be alive with music. Here’s a glimpse into what attendees can expect from each performance, making this weekend memorable for music enthusiasts. is your go-to for a fabulous night out in Montreal. They’ll sort you out with a table at a great restaurant, and if you’re up for drinks after your concert, they’ve got connections with the most excellent clubs and bars in town. Are you coming from out of town? No sweat; they’ll also hook you up with sweet hotel spots and travel deals. Just give them a ring or shoot a text at 438-995-6496 and get ready for a fantastic night in Montreal!

Thursday, January 25th

Alicia Moffet

The weekend kicks off with Alicia Moffet performing at Théâtre Desjardins on Thursday, January 25th. Known for her vibrant depth and relatability, Moffet’s concert is part of her “Intertwine Tour.” Fans can look forward to an evening where music and emotion intertwine, starting at 8 pm. The venue, celebrated for its intimate setting, promises to enhance the connection between Moffet and her audience, making it a perfect start to the weekend.

Friday, January 26th

La Belle et La Boeuf Beach Party

scape the winter chill and dive into the warmth of La Belle et La Boeuf’s Beach Party, where the vibe of summer never ends! Set for January 26th at 21:00, this event promises a lively beach atmosphere in the heart of Montreal at 1275 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal and all their other locations across the city and South Shore. Revel in special discounts on Corona, savor delicious burgers and cocktails and stand a chance to win prizes if you’re deemed one of the best celebrators of the evening. However, be quick to secure your spot, as space is limited.

Gimme Gimme Disco

Get ready to unleash your inner dancing queen at the ultimate ABBA-themed dance party at Théâtre Fairmount, 5240 Avenue du Parc! This DJ-led bash will spin all your favorite ABBA hits, plus iconic disco tracks from the ’70s and ’80s by The Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Cher, and more. Dress in your disco best, grab your friends, and dance the night away. This 18+ event kicks off at 23h00, with doors opening at 22h00. Tickets drop Friday, December 15th at noon on Don’t miss the disco event of the season!


This weekend, visit the 14th Luminothérapie in Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles for a stunning light and color display on Sainte-Catherine Street West, ongoing until March 10th, 2024. Ideal for families, friends, or dates, this cosmic-themed event features five vivid installations and a weather-responsive video projection. Highlights include Cymopolée, a light and sound tornado installation, and Astera, a 10-meter-high, thistle-like flower that shines brilliantly at night. This enchanting, free event at the Esplanade at Place des Arts, open from 4 pm to 11 pm, offers a unique way to experience Montreal’s charm and the magic of light.

Saturday, January 27th

Anees: Winter Camp Tour

On Saturday, January 27th, Anees brings his “Winter Camp” tour to Le Studio TD, with Michael Minelli as a special guest. Anees’s unique blend of rap and soulful melodies promises an intimate concert experience that resonates with his heartfelt lyrics and engaging performances. The concert is a golden opportunity for fans to experience the warmth of Anees’s music amidst the cold Montreal winter.

Armin Van Buuren: Igloofest Après-Ski

Also, on Saturday, January 27th, New City Gas presents Armin Van Buuren, a name synonymous with trance music. As part of the Igloofest Après-Ski event, Van Buuren is set to deliver an electrifying performance that showcases his iconic beats and unparalleled energy. Joined by Mitch Oliver, this event promises to be an unforgettable night of dance and music, starting at 10 pm.

Sunday, January 28th

Ute Lemper- De Berlin a Broadway

Montreal is set to welcome the iconic Ute Lemper to Maison Symphonique on Sunday, marking her first performance in the city in nearly two decades. This much-anticipated event, “From Berlin to Broadway,” promises an evening filled with the sensual allure of cabaret, Broadway’s timeless elegance, and French chansons’ heartfelt emotion. Lemper, a legendary German chanteuse known for her roles as Sally Bowles in the original Paris production of “Cabaret” and Velma Kelly in the Broadway revival of “Chicago,” will take audiences on a musical journey through her illustrious 40-year career. Accompanied by the FILMharmonic Orchestra, the set list is poised to enchant the audience with favorites such as Kander & Ebb’s “Cabaret,” Weill & Brecht’s “Weimar Suite,” and Brel’s poignant “Ne me quitte pas.”