CJLO's To-Do List - Feb 15-17

Every weekend in Montreal is filled with plenty of opportunities to experience music, art, film, and theatre, as well as just a good time. At CJLO, we want to help you find the best events in town, and perhaps introduce you to some new artists or venues. So, here is a list of events happening this coming weekend, February 15-17, to get you excited and give you some ideas.

Friday, Feb 15

Saturday, Feb 16

  • For the more academically minded, there's the FASA Artist Panel: Redefining & Reconsidering Space at The Gail & Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art of Concordia University. The theme of this panel is (dis)location:Art in a Mobile Age and is moderated by CJLO's New Director Luca Caruso Moro.
  • The Gothfather himself, Peter Murphy is bring his 40 Years of Bauhaus tour to MTELUS. Murphy will perform The Flat Field in it's entirety as well as all your favourite Bauhaus hits. Tickets are $40 advance, $47 at the door. Doors open at 6:30, with Desert Mountain Tribe opening at 8.

Sunday, Feb 17

  • Get ready to lineup early for a surpise show by Hubert Lenoir at Quai des Brumes. The 5 à 7 will feature jazzy unplugged versions from his hit album Darlène. The show is pay what you want. Doors open at 5, but you might want to get there early as availability is very limited.
  • La Vitrola is hosting an evening of Music and Words by Shalabi, Hoefle, Mavreas, and Lee. From 8:30 to 11:30, enjoy music, poetry, spoken word, and performance work at Montreal's longest running literature and music show. Tickets are $7.