Love Metal and Punk? You’ll want to take a last minute Montreal road trip next weekend!

Over the past decade, the province of Quebec has made a name for itself in being the ultimate festival destination for music lovers, be it for a show or two during the week-plus Quebec City Summer Festival, Rockfest, or Osheaga just to name a few.

Evenko, the promoters that bring you Montreal’s Osheaga, plus many great arena shows here on the East Coast (Bryan Adams and Chicago upcoming) have made great efforts to make Montreal the ultimate festival road trip zone, for all music fans. Next weekend, Metal and Punk fans can rejoice as ’77 Montreal and Heavy Montreal return to the city once again, and this year is certainly worth the trip from the East Coast! Let’s dive into details…

’77 Montreal

’77 made it’s entrance onto the scene last year with the goal of bringing punk rock fans together for a day of music under the Montreal sun.

Taking place July 27th, the day before Heavy Montreal, the festival will see performances by Rise Against, Suicidal Tendencies, and many more.

With General admission tickets costing $70, or $210 as part of the Heavy Montreal weekend warrior pass, this is a show not to miss.

Heavy Montreal

Having been a staple festival since 2008, Heavy Montreal is always on the minds of rock fans all across Canada, especially for East Coast road tripping fans. Following a hiatus last year, the festival has returned bigger and better than ever with acts such as Limp Bizkit, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, and many more.

Limp Bizkit came to the rescue just last week following Avenged Sevenfold’s withdrawal from their summer tour due to health concerns, Fans shall not worry though, as Limp Bizkit is expected to play a set jam packed with their greatest hits.

“After a year on hiatus HEAVY MONTRÉAL presented by Coors Light returns on July 28 & 29 at Parc Jean-Drapeau & July 27 with HEAVY in the City. Hibernation is over!” organizers evenko exclaimed in a press release earlier this year.

Tickets start at just $165

The lineup poster can be found here:

Tickets

Passes to both festivals are still available!

WEEKEND PASSES – HEAVY MONTREAL

  • GENERAL ADMISSION: $165 (taxes & service fees included)
  •  GOLD: $300 (taxes & service fees included)

WEEKEND WARRIOR PASSES (’77 Montréal + HEAVY MONTRÉAL)

  • GENERAL ADMISSION: $210 (taxes & service fees included)
  • GOLD : $320 (taxes & service fees included)

FESTIVAL PASS PRICES: 77 Montreal only

  • GENERAL ADMISSION: $70 (taxes and service fees included)

HEAVY MONTREAL GOLD PASSES:
Gives access to the HEAVY Terrace reserved premium viewing area located near the main stage, with private washrooms and exclusive food & beverage stands.

WEEKEND WARRIOR PASSES:
This is the perfect option for fans that want to add a day of punk rock to their heavy weekend! HEAVY MONTRÉAL and ’77 Montréal are teaming up to offer you a WEEKEND WARRIOR 3-DAY Combo Pass. Festivalgoers will be able to attend the 2nd edition of ’77 Montréal taking place on Friday, July 27 at the same location where HEAVY MONTRÉAL is happening over the following two days.

ACCOMODATIONS:
Fans from out-of-town can enjoy 3-nights in our official HEAVY Accommodationsfrom Friday through Monday with Heavy En Ville on the Friday, providing the official kick-off to HEAVY MONTREAL in a 2000 capacity club in the city. To round out the weekend, HEAVY MONTRÉAL &’77 Montréal will offer up a variety of pre and afterparties including a double feature film night.

NEW FESTIVAL SITE:
HEAVY MONTRÉAL is going to be a new temporary site this year. Just a short walk from Jean-Drapeau metro and the traditional site, all the stages, activities and beer festivalgoers know and love will be on Île Notre-Dame while the City of Montreal complete renovations on Île Saint-Hélène.

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