Q live at POP Montreal on September 26!

UPDATE: Tickets are now sold out -- but we have held back a limited number of RUSH LINE tickets that will be made available at the door. Arrive at 6 p.m. for a chance at last-minute seats!

Do you live in Montreal or need a good reason to visit? Why not come see Jian and the Q crew at one of the best music festivals on the planet: POP Montreal!

We're returning to La Belle Province on September 26th for a live audience show at L'Olympia, with must-see musical guests.

Our special guests include ...

    • Polaris Prize-winning artist Patrick Watson
    • Acclaimed experimental pop group BRAIDS
    • Award-winning comedian Sugar Sammy, well known for his cheeky, multilingual humour
    • New York Times best-selling novelist, Louise Penny.
    • Star of the hit Quebec film Louis Cyr, Antoine Bertrand.
    • And a special Montreal media panel!

How to score tickets

Tickets for this Q-infused fest are now on sale! To save a chunk of change, buy them over the phone by calling 1-855-790-1245 or, if you're local, swing by L'Olympia box office or one of these fine record stores for tickets: Cheap Thrills, Atom Heart, L'Oblique and Phonopolis.

You can also buy tickets online or enter CBC Montreal's Q Superfan Contest to try and win a pair! 

Details, details

The show will be recorded live at L'Olympia from 7 to 9 pm. Doors open by 6pm. You must arrive by 6:45 to claim your seats. 

Check out the official POP Montreal press release for more information on the festival.

And a few teasers ...

In case you're not familiar with some of our esteemed guests, here are a few videos that feature them in action!

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