Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many events around the world are being cancelled or postponed. Please be sure to visit the official website of any event you are planning to attend to ensure that is has not been canceled.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
The next Heavy Montreal will be happening sometime in the future.
Typical Attendance: 300000
Ages: From 0 To 100
Connect with Heavy Montreal
This festival's page is updated and maintained by volunteers and moderators. This festival has not been claimed yet. Please contact us to update any out of date information.
If you are associated with this festival then you may claim this entry and keep the data up to date.
About Heavy Montreal
Words form the festival
"HEAVY MONTRAL is the premiere North American destination for fans of rock and metal. Since the first edition in 2008, the festival has welcomed close to 300,000 fans who have congregated to see the likes of groups such as Metallica, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Slayer, The Offspring, Marilyn Manson, Mtley Cre, Disturbed, Slipknot, Anthrax, System of a Down, Mastodon, Kiss, Alice Cooper, Avenged Sevenfold, Rob Zombie, Korn, and many more.
HEAVY MONTRAL is run by the same team who have been growing the festival since the first edition in 2008, when it was known as Heavy MTL. We pursue the mission of providing an unparalleled festival experience to our fans by producing HEAVY at an ideal site just minutes from downtown Montreal; booking world-class artists from home and abroad; using only cutting-edge sound, lights, and staging; providing our fans with delicious and diverse food and drink choices; and paying attention to every minute detail to ensure all fans have the best and most comfortable festival experience possible."
Rate Heavy Montreal
In The News!
- Le bilan du Heavy Montreal 2018 selon Billboard Aug 10, 2018
- Why Heavy Montreal is Canada's best music festival Jul 17, 2018
- 2018 Heavy Montreal Set Times Revealed Jul 12, 2018
- 2018 Heavy Montreal Festival Breaks Down Daily Lineups Mar 21, 2018
- M for Montreal 2017: Friday recap (Partner, Absolutely Free & more) Nov 18, 2017