Get ready to celebrate 40 years of rock culture again at ’77 Montreal! The 2nd edition of the festival is less than a month away, taking place on Friday, July 27th at Parc Jean-Drapeau. Here is its schedule:
GENERAL ADMISSION: $70 (taxes and service fees included)
WEEKEND WARRIOR PASSES
GENERAL ADMISSION: $210 (taxes and service fees included)
GOLD (’77 Montréal GA + HEAVY MONTREAL GOLD): $320 (taxes and service fees included)
Children 10 and under: FREE ADMISSION
WEEKEND WARRIOR PASSES:
This is the perfect option for punk & metal lovers! HEAVY MONTRÉAL and ’77 Montréal are teaming up to offer you a WEEKEND WARRIOR 3-DAY Combo Pass with the possibility of upgrading to the HEAVY GOLD experience. Festivalgoers will be able to attend ’77 Montréal and HEAVY MONTRÉAL which is taking place on July 28 & 29 at the same location. Details regarding HEAVY MONTRÉAL are available at heavymontreal.com
’77 MONTRÉAL’S ON SITE EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:
2 alternating mainstages,
a 3rd stage in the YUL EAT Gardens, our premium food & drink garden,
a Marché Aux Punx vendor village featuring the Greenland 25 Expo,
the ’77 Cinema, featuring, among other screenings, Don Letts’ Punk Attitude, followed by a Q&A. The legendary musician and filmmaker will also play a DJ set at Le Belmont on Wednesday, July 25 at 9 pm with Ghostbeardand Ghislaine Poirier aka “Sud-West” + Sugarface Belfoand on Thursday, July 26 will screen the Canadian premiere of his film Two Sevens Clash: Dread Meets Punk Rockers at Le Ministère. The screening is free.
a family-friendly Kids Zone, and FREE ADMISSION for children 10 and under!
Festival passes and more information can be found on 77Montreal.com
Hello! I’m Alaina. I live in the very charming city of Montreal. Music is something I’m very passionate about. You’ll probably catch me gushing about some rock album or the other, analyzing a bunch of lyrics or raving about a recent concert. I live for live music and heavy basslines.
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