|It has been a while since fans gathered to live it up and get down to the fabulous sounds of live music at the Espace 67 site of Parc Jean-Drapeau, but there is good news on the horizon! Montreal’s iconic Ile St Helene has traditionally been the site of so many great music festivals, and 2021 will hopefully mark the return of the good times with the kickoff edition of LASSO MONTREAL, a unique modern country music festival to be held on August 13-14, (as well as LASSO In The City on August 12th) in one of the world’s greatest festival cities! |
The LASSO MONTREAL team is aware that we are heading into uncertain times, and they have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to create the ideal circumstances for the event to move ahead without a hitch. Of course, LASSO will follow all COVID-19 guidelines (as they evolve) and urges everyone to do the same. Organizers will continue to update the status of the festival but are very optimistic that this will be a good old fashioned country music gathering, and in addition to headliners like Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Old Dominion, and Morgan Wallen, LASSO is thrilled to add new artists to the lineup:
Jordan Davis, named an “Artist to Watch” by Billboard, Rolling Stone, CMT, Sounds Like Nashville and more, won “Best New Country Artist” at the 2019 iHeart Radio Music Awards and was a nominee for ACM “New Male Artist of the Year”. He’ll be getting country fans to both shake it up and slow dance in the parking lot! Big Loud signee HARDY has written songs for the likes of Florida Georgia Line, Blake Shelton, and toured with Thomas Rhett, Morgan Wallen, and many others – this ole boy will prove why Rolling Stone refers to him as “Nashville’s Most Clever New Redneck Songwriter”. Blanco Brown, known for his collaborations with Diplo, will bring some of that Git Up energy that garnered him over 200 million streams on Spotify. Actress and singer Mackenzie Porter will be on hand to represent the Canadian country scene. Also representing Canada is Tenille Arts, who will surely show why she is a bonafide rebel child deserving of Canadian Country Music Association’s 2020 “Rising Star Of The Year” Award. Just announced as well, is the addition of Montreal, Qc’s Brittany Kennell, a very exciting young country artist whose popular single Don’t Get Me Stoned, has been described as a cross between Sheryl Crow and Miranda Lambert.
In addition, LASSO is offering a new way to pay. Early purchasers can opt into a payment plan with zero interest and zero service fees. Fans who purchase their tickets before January 15th will be able to pay over the course of several months. More info at lassomontreal.com.
With the holidays around the corner, now is the perfect time to treat friends, family, loved ones (and ourselves) with the gift of live music!
|Tickets are on sale NOW via lassomontreal.com|
|FESTIVAL PASS PRICES (taxes and service fees are included) :|
GENERAL ADMISSION Festival Pass: $208.49
GOLD Festival Pass: $408.49
Single day passes will go on sale on a later date
LASSO MONTREAL would like to extend a huge thank you to fans, numerous sponsors, and public partners for their continuous support. Fans are encouraged to stay in touch and follow LASSO on social media. The team will keep you updated on all COVID-19 news and protocols that may affect the festival experience.