Mile Ex End Festival this Weekend

Dallas Green City and Colour Mile Ex EndDallas Green City and Colour Mile Ex End

Y ou are a new festival; how do you make your mark in Montreal?  Start by bringing two headliners that constantly sell out when they play our fair city.  This weekend the Mile Ex End Music Festival will make its debut with City and Colour, Patrick Watson, Cat Power, Godspeed You!  Black Emperor & Charlotte Cardin, Megative (ex-Stills) among others.

Mile Ex End Festival Lineup

Mile Ex End Festival Lineup

Celebrate the urban landscape and see some amazing bands as the summer nears its end and school begins.

For those that did not attend the out of this world performance by Dallas Green of City and Colour at the church in Sainte-Thérèse-d’Avila, or the 3 day run of Patrick Watson at the Metropolis… don’t miss this opportunity to not only catch these bands, but discover some new ones as well.

Dallas Green City and Colour Mile Ex End

Dallas Green City and Colour Mile Ex End

Maybe one of the best reasons to support this new festival is that it has no sponsors!  Yes…you heard right…no sponsors.  This will be more intimate and you can have bragging rights saying:  I was at the first Mile Ex End Festival!

Children 12 and under are free!

If you missed the pre-sale, don’t fret.  Tickets are only $100 + tax for 2 days and $60 + tax for a 1 day pass.  One thing I love, special pricing for those between 13 and 17 with $50 for two days and $35 for one day.


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Let’s end Summer in style and enjoy some great music, food trucks and memories.

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Randal Wark is a Professional Speaker and Business coach with a passion for live music. You can follow him on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

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