For the very first time, the Festival’s outdoor shows will be webcast live from the Place des Festivals and the Parterre symphonique. Spectators who can’t make it on site will also be able to experience these exclusive performances thanks to a real-time broadcast that will not be rebroadcast. It’s a date the same evening in your living room or even on your terrace to experience Jazz at home!

Watch on the Festival’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/montjazzfest

Free digital extras, available upon request as of September 15 will also be offered on the Festival’s website to satisfy the curiosity of true music fans.

Cartes postales de Montréal: A nod to Montreal for our many international fans, this series presented by TD Bank Group combines Montreal’s best views with the talents of : Kid Koala, Leif Vollebekk, Léonie Gray, Dominique Fils-Aimé and Zach Zoya.

Musical Molecules by François Chartier: This year, the Festival invites you to discover a unique concept developed by François Chartier Créateur d’Harmonies, presented by the SAQ and recorded in Barcelona. The main idea of the “Molécules Musicales” concert is the transposition of the vibratory acoustic imprint of food, wine and beverages into music. Three great jazz musicians have lent their talents to the experience for this world premiere livestream on September 18 at 3 pm.

L’Accès Blues Rogers: A Rogers premiere that will take you backstage for an intimate and exclusive meeting with Guy Bélanger and some of the best bluesmen and blueswomen in town, just hours before the Blues Summit 2021.

Le Jukebox TD in collaboration with Government of Canada: A captivating and engaging musical discovery experience. On the festival site you will find this interactive installation that will allow you to discover artists Anomalie, Afrikana Soul Sister, Maky Lavender, The Liquor Store and Nikki Yanofsky in exclusive digital environments.

Les Trésors du Festival: Want to keep the party going? Every night, Rio Tinto will awaken the nostalgia of the Festival’s biggest fans with a free broadcast of these memorable concerts:

September 15 at 8:15pm: Oliver Jones and the Vic Vogel Big Band with the Montréal Jubilation Gospel Choir (1992)
September 16 at 8:15pm: Wynton Marsalis (1982)
September 17 at 8:15pn: Charlie Haden (1992)
September 19 at  8:15pm: Erik Truffaz (2001)

More details on montrealjazzfest.com

Experience the Jazz Fest Live and In-Person

A few tickets are still available to the shows at Place des Festivals and the Parterre symphonique, get tickets right now at montrealjazzfest.com
Please note that a box office on site will allow fans to reserve last minute tickets!

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