Scheduling for Pop Montreal

This week (Sept 29-Oct 3) I will be attending the 9th annual Pop Montreal Festival.
This year’s line-up is eclectic from previous years.
But there are great acts that you should definitely see this years.
Here is a list for the week (It might change during the course at the Festival)

For those that don’t have the funds to attend the night shows, this year at Divan Orange there will be acts playing during the afternoon.
I am more excited to see Leif Vollebekk and hopefully Think About Life.

While at the Notman House there is POP BBQ.

Opening Pop Montreal party with DJ Gramzilla and Gobble Gobble @ Rialto (6:00pm)
Look at What the Light Did Now @ Ukrainian Federation (9:00PM) [Documentary film of Feist while on her tour]
Villagers @ Casa Del Popolo (11:00PM)
We Are Wolves @ Little Burgundy POP Loft [aka Espace Reunion] (2:00am)

Interview with Karkwa at Metropolis @ (1:00pm)
Blue Hawaii @ Rialto (10:00pm)
Women @ Le National (10:00pm)
The Luyas @ La Sala Rossa (10:00pm)
Diamond Rings @ Cabaret Juste Pour Rire (11:00pm)
Silly Kissers @ Rialto (12:00am)
Bonjay @ Jukebox (12:30am)
Holy Fuck @ Little Burgundy POP Loft [aka Espace Reunion] (2:00am)

Ferris Wheel @ Ukrainian Federation (9:00pm)
Grand Analog @ Jukebox (10:30pm)
Dog Day @ O Patro Vys (11:55pm)
Pat Jordache @ Little Burgundy POP Loft [aka Espace Reunion] (12:15am)
Cotton Mouth @ Casa Del Popolo (1:00am)
No Joy @ Barfly (1:00am)

The Luyas @ Red Bird (8:00pm)
Braids @ Ukrainian Federation (9:00pm)
Parlovr @ Cabaret Juste Pour Rire (9:30pm)
Evening Hymns @ Le Divan Orange (9:45pm)
Ruby Coast @ Le Petit Campus (10:00pm)
The Balconies @ 3 Minots (10:30pm)
Marnie Stern (if I am going take my chances on seeing this artist) @ Cabaret Juste Pour Rire (10:30pm)
Light Fires (aka Gentlemen Reg and James Bunton) @ Le Divan Orange (11:35pm)
Sacred Sunday @ Ukrainian Federation (3:30pm)
That is it for my Pop Montreal schedule.
If I forgotten some events please comment it.
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