MONTREAL, Feb. 1 /CNW Telbec/ - Montreal High Lights festivalgoers are invited to come dance up a sweat at one of the year's biggest free bashes! On Saturday, February 27 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., Bande à part and SIRIUS Satellite Radio will take the Métropolis (59 Sainte-Catherine St. W.) by storm, hosting a masquerade ball extravaganza with loads of excitement, surprises and magic in store.
A number of artists will take the stage all night long, right into the wee hours:
DJ Annie Q at 9 p.m.
Xavier Caféïne at 10 p.m.
Les Breastfeeders at 11 p.m.
Duchess Says at midnight
Surprise guest at 1 a.m.
Misteur Valaire at 2 a.m.
DJ Hatchmatik from 3 a.m. to closing
People are strongly encouraged to come out in crazy, colourful, eye-catching costumes... or simply choose a free mask at the door. Throughout the night, partiers will be able to take a load off at the Savoy, a special room decorated by Urbania magazine, with musical stylings by DJ Luv, between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m. The Masquerade Ball will be broadcast live on Sirius (channel 87), as well as on Bandeapart.fm.
Introduced in 2001, the cross-platform initiative Bande à part (a component of Espace musique) serves up a unique, leading-edge window on the French-language new music scene. Bandeapart.fm provides access to online video concerts, a blog, Web radio stations, weekly podcasts, interactive music charts, and much more.
Since its inception in December 2005, Sirius Canada has played a key role in developing new Canadian musical talent. It supports homegrown artists, helping them gain visibility across North America. Sirius Canada is also very involved with emerging artists, and strives to promote new talent.
Bandeapart.fm / Sirius.ca
Executive Producer: Yuani Fragata
SOURCE SIRIUS CANADA
For further information: For further information: Marlène Joubert, Communications Delegate, Espace musique, RCI and Bande à part, (514) 597-7374, firstname.lastname@example.org