Tag: Corona theatre

Mangy Pride + The Damn Truth: SOLD OUT

To begin with, this was the first concert I attended at the Corona Theatre and I have nothing but kind words to say about it. The original exterior arch followed by visually stunning interior balconies and ceiling moldings just screams…

Mangy Pride + The Damn Truth: Live at The Corona Theatre

Mangy Pride – Opening Act What do you get when you decide to record an EP inside of an actual bomb shelter located in Gilly, Switzerland? Psychedelic rock fused with blues and soul. It seems like a mouthful, but Montreal’s performer…

What’s happening this weekend (Jan 28-30th)

It’s everything music (almost anyway) for the last weekend of JANUARY! Did you get that? Last. Weekend. of. January. Four more tiny weeks and it’s smooth sailing ’til summer. Yes, I’m totally aware of what I just said. No, I…

Foreign Diplomats : Our M for Montreal Win

M for Montreal. Thursday Night. Foreign Diplomats + Plants and Animals + Louis-Jean Cormier. But one always steal the show right? Rare of us to be completely blown away in concerts, but this time was one of the good ones…

It’s Time to Die at the Corona Theatre

The British stoner legends Electric Wizard are coming to Corona Theatre on April 4th. They are promoting their album Time to Die, which was released in the fall. The Corona Theater is going to be jam packed with an audience…

JOSE GONZALEZ @ VIRGIN MOBILE CORONA THEATRE APRIL 12TH

This amazing artist is coming to Montreal this April and we’re very excited about it! Don’t be fooled by the name: Jose Gonzalez is a Swedish musician who plays folk indie music. His melodies are really smooth and mainly acoustic. He’s…

MØ, for more

Forget about Lily Allen — who was also playing in Montreal the same night–, for Danish electro-pop sensation MØ made much of an impression taking over Corona Theatre with the energy of a hurricane. A restless, physical performance channeling strong vocals, dance stunts and power rhythmic was…

Live Australian Music to Fuel Fall in Montreal

Australian artist Chet Faker played L’Olympia last night after his newest album Built on Glass was released to huge appraisal in April. The Melbournian joins The Cat Empire and Flume as one of the few Australian artists making noise in Montréal. But there…