NEW NAMES UNVEILED 

 

Meet 5 more artists who will be gracing stages in Montreal during our 8th edition!

 

  • DoVira (Canada)
  • Kim So Ra (Korea – In collaboration with KAMS – Korea Arts Management Service)
  • Okan (Canada/Cuba)
  • Fränder (Estonia/Sweden)

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT THOSE ARTISTS HERE


T-MINUS 9 DAYS BEFORE THE END OF THE EARLY BIRD RATE

Hurry up! There are only 9 days left to take advantage of the reduced rate! As of September 15, a new pricing will be applied to RUBY and EMERALD badges.

Don’t wait until the last minute! Starting September 15, a new rate will be applied on RUBY and EMERALD badges.

BUY NOW   

If you want to be at the heart of the action and maximize your participation, we highly recommend that you book your hotel room as soon as possiblespace is limited! The official conference hotel is once again HOTEL 10. It is also be the official hotel for M delegates for Montreal and HUB Mtl.

BOOK ON OUR PAGE HERE   


 

CALL FOR ARTISTS | APAP NYC 2019

For the 8th year, we are returning NYC for the world’s largest performing arts conference! We are organizing our annual showcase night at Drom on Friday, January 4th, the opening night of APAP.

MORE DETAILS

If you are a Canadian band interested in showcasing at APAP please submit your application by September 30.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION


 

CAPACOA CONVERGENCE 2018

CAPACOA will hold its 31th conference in conjunction with the CINARS Biennale and MUNDIAL MONTRÉAL. The event will take place in Montreal, November 12-13, 2018, with the theme “Open heart. Open mind. Open frontiers.”

We are happy to be collaborating on some special activities with this key industry gathering. Their full program of activities is already online!

FULL PROGRAM

Please note that it is possible to register for both CAPACOA and Mundial Montréal! Benefit from the special deals created for you!

SPECIAL DEALS


✈ NEXT STOP: WOMEX
Canary island | Spain  – October 24 to 28


We want to acknowledge that we are currently on the traditional unceded and shared territories of indigenous peoples, amongst which the Kanien’kehá;ka and Anishinaabeg people who designate these territory as Tio’tia;ke and Mooniyaang respectively. We recognize the Kanien’kehá;ka (Mohawk) people who continue to care for this land.