A new hybrid edition of the POP Montreal music festival kicks off today with indoor and online performances
Just when Montrealers thought every summer festival would be canceled, the latest government permissions for indoor and outdoor gatherings have allowed events like POP Montreal to adjust and adapt. Now the festival is moving forward with a hybrid festival combining live performances – like, with real people live where you can listen to live music – performances with live shows. The full program is available on their website.
From today, September 23 to Sunday September 27, POP Montreal is moving forward with a selection of local acts taking place across the city, places we know and love from the roof of Rialto and the URSA club. from Martha Wainwright on Parc Avenue to the terrace of the Boxermans wine bar and restaurant in Outremont. Although tickets have been on sale for a while now, some remain (and must be purchased before you go – no tickets are available at the door of any venue).
Everything you can think of – jazz, avant-garde singers, French folk rock, metal bands, hip-hop, synth pop, the list goes on – is more or less on offer starting tonight, in addition to the exhibits. art and theatrical performances. of the visual arts branch of the ART POP music festival and symposia on a range of topics such as equity and inclusion, music business culture, music creation and listening practices and the socio-cultural impact of music (here is the link to the program of these symposia).
As for anyone who wants to avoid going in person, the festival has adjusted its online performances to have guests “walk around a virtual 2D rendition of the Rialto Theater, with access to concerts, panels and live performances. direct, ”POP Montreal added to their Instagram ad.
For anyone wishing to go, the festival has taken care to list their security protocols to make sure everyone stays safe there while they get a taste of the live music (you know , before it gets too cold outside for the musicians to play and before reaching something like red alert).
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