Don't miss L’OFF JAZZ!
Montréal is a city that loves its jazz. The huge summertime Montréal International Jazz Festival is far from your only opportunity to get into the groove. The L’OFF JAZZ Festival is back for its 19th swingin’ edition. The Vertica Resident Services blog team wants to help you discover and celebrate the city’s other big Jazz Festival. Don’t miss L’OFF JAZZ.
The 19th edition of L’OFF JAZZ returns to Montréal from October 4th to the 13th. There will be over 100 musicians performing at 22 events taking place across 10 of the city’s most elegant and inspiring venues. Whether you are a Jazz aficionado, or just a casual fan, this Festival is for you. Come and discover the best and brightest new creators, as well as some of the most seasoned veterans in the scene.
OPENING NIGHT - RATCHET ORCHESTRA
Kick off the festival in style at the Opening Night performance with the Ratchet Orchestra on Thursday, October 4th at Lion d'Or. This internationally acclaimed orchestra is a melting pot of avant-garde music. Led with a whimsical discipline by Nicolas Caloia, this is a night you won’t want to miss. Get your tickets, today.
CLOSING NIGHT SHOW
Great Jazz is about taking risks.The Festival closes on Saturday, October 13th with a performance at L'Astral. Catch saxophonist Samuel Blais as he invites renowned guitarist Ben Monder on stage, along with drummers Dan Weiss and John Hollenbeck. The evening will consist of a two-part suite composed by Samuel Blais and then the musicians will play each other’s compositions for a never-before-seen evening. Get your tickets now!
A Festival Pass is the best way to get the most from this year’s Festival. Your pass gets you access to each and every show. Why worry about scoring tickets for each individual performance when you can get them all for only $99!
The Vertica blog team hopes this post helps you get into the swing of things at the 19th edition of L’OFF JAZZ.
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