These concerts will help melt all the snow away in Montreal.
Spring is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than by catching the Montreal’s best concerts that will raise everyone’s temperature? Montreal continues to attract incredible artists from all over the world, and in April, many classic acts such as Depeche Mode, Placebo, and Disturbed will be performing. Catching any of these concerts is a great warm-up for the upcoming summer, which is always jam-packed with activities!
To make the most of your night out, why not start with dinner at one of Montreal’s top restaurants? And once the concert is over, head to one of the city’s best nightclubs or bars to keep the party going. MontrealNightlife.com can help you plan your perfect night out by booking a table at a restaurant and hooking you up with a great spot to party afterward. They can even help with your travel and accommodation needs if you’re coming from out of town. Call or text them now at 438-995-6496 to find out how you can have the perfect night in Montreal.
Whether you’re a local or just visiting, these concerts are a great way to kick off the spring season and shake off the winter blues. Don’t miss your chance to see some fantastic live music in one of the best cities in the world. Get your tickets now and start planning your epic night out in Montreal!
Here’s our list of some can’t-miss concerts coming to Montreal in April 2023
Date: April 3rd, 8:00 pm
Genre: R&B, Soul
DVSN (pronounced “division”) is a Canadian R&B duo consisting of vocalist Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85 (real name Anthony Paul Jefferies). They are signed to OVO Sound, a record label founded by Canadian rapper Drake, and have released several critically acclaimed albums and EPs, including “Sept. 5th”, “Morning After,” and “A Muse In Her Feelings.” DVSN’s music is known for its smooth, sensual sound.
Date: Wednesday, April 5th, 8:00 pm
Location: Le Studio TD
Genre: Jazz, Hip Hop, Afro-Beat
Formed in London in 2012, Ezra Collective is a highly regarded British jazz band that has been praised for its innovative fusion of jazz, hip-hop, Afrobeat, and grime music. The band has released several critically acclaimed albums and EPs, including “Juan Pablo: The Philosopher,” “Chapter 7,” and “You Can’t Steal My Joy,” which showcase their eclectic sound and impressive musical talent.
Enslaved & Insomnium with Black Anvil
Date: Friday, April 7th, 7:00 pm
Location: Corona Theater
Genre: Metal, Death Metal
Enslaved is a Norwegian extreme metal band formed in 1991 that incorporates black metal, progressive metal, and Viking metal elements. They have released several albums, including “Vikingligr Veldi,” “Below the Lights,” and “In Times,” and have been recognized as one of the most influential bands in the Norwegian metal scene.
Insomnium is a Finnish melodic death metal band formed in 1997 that features a blend of aggressive death metal and melancholic melodies and has been praised for its atmospheric soundscapes and poetic lyrics. Insomnium has released several albums, including “In the Halls of Awaiting,” “Winter’s Gate,” and “Heart Like a Grave,” and has established itself as a leading force in the Finnish metal scene.
Depeche Mode Memento Mori Tour with Kelly Lee Owens
Dates: Wednesday, April 12 at 8:00 pm
Location: Center Bell
Genre: New Wave, Pop, Electronic Music
Depeche Mode is a British electronic music band formed in 1980. The band consists of members Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, and Andy Fletcher, who has been with the band since its inception. Depeche Mode’s music is characterized by its use of synthesizers, drum machines, and haunting vocals, which has earned them a devoted fan base and critical acclaim for nearly 40 years. The band has released a string of successful albums, including Violator, Music for the Masses, and Ultra, which spawned hits such as Enjoy the Silence, Personal Jesus, and World in My Eyes. Depeche Mode has significantly impacted electronic music and popular culture, and their legacy continues to influence and inspire new generations of artists.
Date: Friday, April 14, 8:00 pm
Location: Bell Centre
Genre: French Pop, Folk
Roxanne Bruneau is a singer/songwriter from Quebec, known for her soulful voice and introspective lyrics. Bruneau first gained attention with her debut album, Dysphorie, released in 2018, which showcased her unique blend of pop and folk music. Her music explores themes of love, heartbreak, and personal growth. Bruneau’s music has earned her a loyal following, and has become recognized as one of Quebec’s most promising young artists.
Placebo with Poppy Joan Crawford
Date: Wednesday, April 26 at 8:00 pm
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Britpop
Placebo is a British alternative rock band formed in 1994. Placebo has a distinctly dark and moody sound, driven by Molko’s distinctive vocals and the band’s use of guitar distortion and electronic elements. The band has released a number of successful albums, including “Without You I’m Nothing,” “Black Market Music,” and “Meds,” which have spawned hits such as “Pure Morning,” “Every You Every Me,” and “Song to Say Goodbye. Placebo’s music has resonated with a broad audience, especially those drawn to their themes of love, sex, and drugs.
Disturbed Take Your Life Back Tour with Theory of a Deadman
Date: Thursday, April 27, 8:00 pm
Location: Bell Centre
Genre: Hard Rock, Metal
Disturbed is an American heavy metal band formed in 1994. Their music combines elements of nu-metal and hard rock, often exploring themes of personal struggle, political unrest, and social commentary. Known for their aggressive sound and intense stage presence, the band has released several successful albums, including The Sickness, Believe, and Ten Thousand Fists. The band’s intense live shows and powerful music continue to attract metal fans worldwide, and they remain a prominent force in the heavy metal genre.
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