The beautiful romantic city of Montreal, Canada is gearing up to welcome millions of music fans in late June for the 32nd Festival International de Jazz de Montreal. This spectacular music extravaganza is said to be the largest music festival of its kind in the world featuring 800+ concerts performed in an eclectic mix of indoor and outdoor venues – some requiring tickets and more than half are free to the public. The scope of the program and artist line up is so colossal that the festival spans 10 days – June 25 to July 4.
The talent, over 3000 performers, is as global and diverse as the music spectrum – from new artists to jazz icons and Classic Jazz to Blues.
Musicians from 30 countries * 9 Outdoor Stages * 10 Concert Halls * 600 Activities
Headliners for 2011 include the sensational Diana Krall, sultry songstress Sade, the legendary Peter Frampton, the ever popular Pink Martini and jazz royalty – Tony Bennett and Dave Brubeck.
There is something for everyone.
Guaranteed to excite and entertain!
Don’t miss the chance to see Music History in the Making!
Tickets went on sale on Saturday, April 30th and some shows are nearly sold out.
Ticket prices vary by performance and can be purchased via the Official Montreal Jazz Website or directly at the host venue location in Montreal.
For more information, call: 1-85JAZZFEST
Note: the schedule of free concerts will not be formally released until early June, so be sure to check the Jazz Festival website or Festival Facebook Fan Page for updates.
Visit the Montreal Tourism Office website for special hotel packages, promotions and all your vacation planning needs.