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Explore Montreal's Music and Club Land

by Jack Smith Digital Marketer

As the second-largest city in Canada and the center of French-speaking North America, Montreal has always garnered a lot of attention from culture vultures eager to find the next best thing. And while Montreal boasts its fair share of museums, theaters, and famous dance acts, it's arguably the city's thriving, eclectic music and club scene that draws visitors to the city in its billboards.

Music lovers visiting Montreal should make Place-des-Arts their first stop in the city. The cultural epicenter of classical music and the arts, as well as the center of many of Montreal's summer festivals – Place-des-Arts, is a large open space in downtown Montreal surrounded by a complex of various concert halls and theaters – including Montreal's Musée d'Art Contemporary and headquarters of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra (MSO). Musical performances, operas, and other types of classical performances from around the world are held every day at Place-des-Arts, so you'll have the opportunity to see the best that Montreal has to offer in classical music during your visit.

In recent years, Montreal has become a hotbed of emerging bands in the popular music arena, with highly acclaimed alternative outfit Arcade Fire arguably leading the way. Artists such as The Deers and Wolf Parade - grown from Montreal's center of musical talent - received much acclaim around the world and developed devoted fans. Montreal's dance music scene is also working hard, with the influence of acts like Tiga and A-Track being felt far and wide.

And if you're looking forward to clubbing in Montreal, rest assured you won't be disappointed! The most active neighborhoods when it comes to Montreal's vibrant nightlife are Saint-Laurent, Downtown, Plateau Mont-Royal, and Quartier Latin. The city is increasingly known around the world for its mainstream rave festivals – such as the Black and Blue Festival and Bal en Blanc, held every Easter.

Montreal also hosts the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Montreal Francofolies – a festival of French-speaking music artists; So whatever your musical taste, Montreal will surely cater to you. If you're keen to sample some of the best the music world has to offer, you'll find flights from London to Montreal offered by a variety of airlines, so there's no excuse not to. Fly to Montreal on your next vacation - and let the party begin!


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