The Montebello Rock team is happy to announce an intimate evening for festival-goers on Saturday November 30th at the Club Soda in Montreal with all proceeds going to Refuge des Jeunes de Montréal. The concert will feature performances by Mononc’ Serge, Obey The Brave, Deadly Apples (Rockfest / Montebello Rock founder Alex Martel’s band), MUDIE, Rymz, Sudden Waves, Death Proof and Young Party.
Several stand-up comics along with familiar figures known by the festival-goers will host the night and introduce the bands, including Jerr Allain, Julien Bernatchez, Alex Martel, Vandal Vyxen, Yessir Miller and many surprise guests.
Fans will get to meet and party with the festival team. There will be 2020 weekend pass giveaways and exclusive 2020 announcements.
Tickets are only $10, on sale now at Thepointofsale.com!
We’d like to thank all bands and volunteers, as well as the sponsors who will make this show possible: Budweiser, Club Soda, Thepointofsale.com, Créatif Audiovisuel, La Boîte à musique, Pita Pit, Montreal Barricades, 99scenes and Musik Universe, amongst others.
Where : Club Soda, Montreal (1225, boul. St-Laurent)
When : Saturday November 30th, 2019 starting at 5pm
How much : $10, limited supplies
Website : www.montebellorock.com
Founded in 2005 by Alex Martel, a 17-year old kid from Montebello, Rockfest quickly became the largest rock festival in Canada, welcoming thousands of music fans from around the world. Alex rose to prominence thanks to his unique background story, entrepreneurial success, proximity with festival-goers and world tours with his band Deadly Apples, winning countless tourism and cultural awards, as well as participating in several high-profile interviews in Canada. With the help of Pointe-Calumet’s Beachclub owner Olivier Primeau, the beloved festival was relaunched in 2019 as Montebello Rock with a ‘back to the roots’ concept.