Jonathan Vogt (PWRT ’19) at the Years & Years show in Montreal.
Everyone has their favorite hobby, and I think hobbies can often tell us about a place, whether it is poking around thrift stores, skateboarding, or something else entirely. For me, concerts are simultaneously my favorite thing to do in my spare time and my own way of getting to know a city.
It’s funny to me that I like them so much, too, as I’m a clear introvert who doesn’t seem like she’d enjoy being in the middle of a huge crowd of people. But there’s something about being in a room full of people singing to your favorite songs with an artist you love that makes everything seem worth it. Concerts are the places where I feel most happy, so it only makes sense that I would try to attend as many as possible when I came to Montreal. Continue reading →
By Amanda Deep (GART ’17) Montreal is well known for its music scene. Year round there are festivals going on in the city for many different occasions, but just about all contain large music shows and concerts or some other form of live entertainment. The warmer months are especially famous for holding music festivals almost constantly […]
By Raven Yankee This semester I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Montreal with my French 1 class as well two students from French 2. It was only my second time out of the country and my first to the French speaking city. It was safe to say that I was incredibly excited to […]
About a month ago I wrote about my ongoing quest to find a dirty French record called L’Histoire de Melody Nelson. I intended on continuing that quest, but then I didn’t, I wrote about something else instead. Well I have a confession to make. (I think 90% of the things I write involve some kind of confession. Maybe that is the point of writing.) Continue reading →
My first time visiting Canada was last summer, where I went to Montreal’s biggest music festival, Osheaga. I immediately fell in love with the city, and I realized how prevalent their music culture is. Continue reading →