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Shawn Hook talks hockey and home; Hanorah performs at Sala Rossa.
Some performers couldn't enter Canada, and the rain delayed some sets, but the show goes on at Osheaga
La Ronde is adding a virtual reality experience to the Orbit
150,000 will flock to the multi-day concert on Ile Notre Dame
Montreal singer-songwriter Hanorah performs at La Sala Rossa this weekend
Robert Pattinson launches a thriller at the Fantasia film fest.
Just for Laughs has announced a festival in South Africa, Seinfeld returns a favour to Gad Elmaleh, GO Bananas at the Bell Centre.
The comedy festival is expanding to Durban, South Africa
Academy Award winning filmmaker Denys Arcand has assembled an impressive cast for his new film, Triomphe de l'Argent.
As construction holiday begins, many festivals are ramping up, including Just for Laughs, Bouffons Montreal and Nuits d'Afrique.
People who heckled comedians at the Nasty Show got an earful.
Jimmy Carr, Godfrey, and Yamaneika Saunders are being very raw and nasty. Or you can hit Nuits D'Afrique
The Nasty Show is back at Just for Laughs and promises equal-opportunity insults for all.
Some 35,000 Metallica fans are expected at Parc Jean-Drapeau.
The band will play Wednesday at the west end of Ile Notre Dame.
The Montreal Symphony Orchestra is preparing a one-of-a-kind comedy concert to perform at the Just for Laughs festival.
The Orchestra has a setlist of comedic songs
The world premiere of Radius is on at the Fantasia Film Festival, a homegrown sci-fi thriller.
Tens of thousands are in Quebec City for the Festival d’été
Just for Laughs comedy festival is off and running and the Ethnic Show celebrates different cultures
Alonzo Bodden is hosting the Ethnic Show at Just for Laughs
Repercussion Theatres's Much Ado About Nothing is quick and demanding
Shakespeare in the Park is preparing for another surprise in this summer's presentation of 'Much Ado About Nothing'
Comiccon, Pink in concert
Stars from comics, television and movies are all arriving at the Palais des congress this weekend for the Montreal Comiccon.
CHOM DJ Tootall, who has been on the air for 40 years, has announced his retirement after a long and legendary career.
Quirky, populist fun with odd instruments and charming effects to add a new vibe to an Ed Sheeran hit.
The city celebrates its punk rock heritage with the upcoming '77 Montreal Festival.
After an absence of over 40 years, King Crimson has finally returned to Montreal.
Big and brassy, the Urban Science Brass Band’s sound is an unlikely pairing of hip-hop classics and a brass band.