10 Best Montreal Concerts this month (Month of 2/1/2021)

Don’t miss our epic guide to the best concerts in Montreal this month.

Feb 01, 2021 by Kwhen Finance Editors

Some of the best concerts in Montreal are happening this month. From Fuzz and Apocalyptica with Lacuna Coil, to Luce Dufault and Tribute To Ginette Reno, find all the best concerts in Montreal with our guides. Whether you're looking for a blowout bonanza with chart-topping songs at one of its big live-music venues or low-key concerts in Montreal, we've got you covered. Checkout our guide and buy your tickets!

Big Wreck with Headstones


When & Where

Wed, February 03, 2021, 12:30am

Moist is a Canadian rock band that originally formed in 1992. It consists of David Usher as lead vocalist, Mark Makoway on lead guitars, Jonathan Gallivan on guitars, Kevin Young on keyboards, Francis Fillion on drums, and Jeff Pearce on bass. Drummer Paul Wilcox left the band just before its hiatus in 2000.

Big Wreck is a Canadian-American rock band formed by Ian Thornley in Boston, Massachusetts in 1994. They disbanded in 2002 and Ian Thornley pursued a solo career with his own band Thornley. In 2010, Ian Thornley and Brian Doherty reunited for a cross-Canada tour, playing both Big Wreck and Thornley songs. In 2012, under the name Big Wreck, the band released their third studio album, Albatross. The band has since released the albums Ghosts in 2014, Grace Street in 2017, and...But For the Sun in 2019.

The Tea Party is a Canadian rock music band with industrial rock, blues, progressive rock and Middle Eastern music influences, dubbed "Moroccan roll" by the media. Active throughout the 1990s and up until 2005, the band re-formed in 2011. The Tea Party released eight albums on EMI Music Canada, selling over 2 million records worldwide, including 4 double–platinum awards, 1 platinum and 4 gold albums in Canada. Between 1996 and 2016, The Tea Party was the 35th best-selling Canadian artist in Canada.

Headstones are a Canadian punk-influenced rock band that began in 1987 in Kingston and were active until 2003, subsequently reforming in 2011. The band consists of vocalist Hugh Dillon, guitarist Trent Carr, Rickferd Van Dyk and bassist Tim White. They frequently sold out at small and mid-sized venues and were known for their high energy live shows, particularly the antics of Dillon, who interacted with his audience in a variety of ways, 'more rock less super shock.' Their songwriting tackled many serious and controversial topics.

Genevive Jodoin


When & Where

Sun, February 07, 2021, 1:00am

Mario Pelchat


When & Where

Sun, February 07, 2021, 1:00am

Mario Pelchat is a Canadian Francophone singer from Quebec. He received the Felix Award in 1990 and 1992.



When & Where

Mon, February 08, 2021, 1:00am

Apocalyptica with Lacuna Coil


When & Where

Sat, February 20, 2021, 1:00am

Apocalyptica is a Finnish symphonic metal band from Helsinki, Finland, formed in 1993. The band is composed of classically trained cellists Eicca Toppinen, Paavo Lötjönen, and Perttu Kivilaakso, and drummer Mikko Sirén. Originally a Metallica classical tribute band, the band eventually adopted a neoclassical metal style without the use of conventional guitars. They have sold over four million albums to date.

Lacuna Coil is an Italian gothic metal band from Milan. Since their formation in 1994, the group has had two name changes, being previously known as Sleep of Right and Ethereal. Inspired by the combination of gothic imagery and music, the members have been known, musically, for composing mid-tempo songs consisting of prominent guitar lines and contrasting dual female/male vocal harmonies to help create a melodic, detached sound. Much of the band's recent material, however, sees a heavier and more down-tuned style, featuring a more distinct bass line and a higher mixing of the guitars within the songs.

La Compagnie Creole


When & Where

Sat, February 20, 2021, 1:30am

La Compagnie Créole is a popular French pop band from French Guiana and the French West Indies, who started singing in the 1980s. They originally started singing in Creole but quickly adopted French as their main language. They are known mostly for the feel-good and happy-go-lucky quality reverberating in all of their songs: popular themes and imagery include colorful rainbows, sunshine, music and harmless animals as a positive morale booster all set to Caribbean rhythms. Many of their records have been produced by Daniel Vangarde.

Tribute To Ginette Reno


When & Where

Wed, February 24, 2021, 7:00pm

Festival Montreal en Lumiere: Alaclair Ensemble, 10 ans de 4,99$


When & Where

Sat, February 27, 2021, 1:00am

Luce Dufault


When & Where

Sun, February 28, 2021, 1:00am

Festival Montreal en Lumiere: Bleu Jeans Bleu


When & Where

Sun, February 28, 2021, 2:00am

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