5 Concerts You Need to Attend!

Concert time!

Montreal is a city known for its strong culture and world-class art scene. Needless to say, the city attracts huge stars and great shows all year ’round. With energetic crowds and ~good vibes~, plenty of headliners ensure Montreal is a stop on their tour. With so much action and top of the line artists coming to the city, it can be challenging to narrow down which shows are worth checking out. To make it easier, we’ve curated a list of the next 5 concerts you need to be at! Trust us, you’ll be having some serious #Fomo is you neglect to attend one of these shows.

 

Jay-Z

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After the release of his new album, Jay-Z is heading on tour! We’re beyond ecstatic to announce that the king himself has decided to make Montreal a stop on his 4:44 Tour in November. The show will be held at the Bell Centre and tickets go on sale this Saturday, July 14th at 10:00 in the morning. This show is sure to sell out fast, so you’ll have to be quick to score yourself a ticket!

 

Imagine Dragons

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The famous indie-alternative rock band Imagine Dragons will be making their mark on the city at the Bell Centre on October 27th. Having had many hits within different genres of music over the years, the Friday night show is sure to attract a diverse crowd of true music lovers. Plus, with a newly released album that we can’t stop singing along to, we’re sure this show will be one for the books.

 

Queen & Adam Lambert

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Classic rock lovers, you won’t want to miss out on Queen in Montreal on July 17th. Sure to be a rocking’ Monday, former American Idol winner Adam Lambert serves as lead vocals with the band. Tickets may be slightly harder to score on such short notice, but if you are successful in scoring yourself a pair last minute, you won’t regret heading out to the Bell Centre for this show.

 

Kendrick Lamar

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Coming off his arguably best album yet “Damn.”, Kendrick Lamar has scheduled a stop in Montreal at the end of August. The rap superstar’s show is guaranteed to be electric, with thousands of fans gathering to show their support. We can’t wait to see if he brings any surprise guests (Rihanna anyone?)!

 

Lady Gaga

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If you’re in it for the theatrics, this is a show you won’t want to miss out on! Famous not only for her amazing voice AND throwing a great party but presenting a distinct performance, Lady Gaga is sure to provide you with an amazing experience. She will be performing at the Bell Centre on September 4th; the perfect way to spend your labour day.

 

I don’t know about you, but we’re ready to rock! Did we miss any amazing concerts coming to Montreal in the near future? Let us know who you’re excited to see in the comment section below.

5 Productivity Tools Every Student Needs!

Get on track!

Naturally, during the busy school year, it’s easy to push things off until a calmer time rolls around. While the strenuous school year is out, take this opportunity to organize important parts of your life that you may get neglected as your time becomes increasingly occupied. From your health to financial management, check out these 5 great tools that will help you be your best self! Achieving your goals has never been easier.

 

FitnessPal

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Track your steps, exercise and eating habits with this goal-centric fitness mobile application. With a simplified experience that involves searching or scanning your food items and exercise, Fitnesspal is easily the best app to stay on top of your health!

 

Mint: Money Manager

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Save for your future house, retirement, or even just that clothing item you’ve been dying for with Mint Money Manager. There’s no better way to achieve your financial goals than beginning to track your finances and spending.

 

Trello

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Track your to-do’s, commitments, and goals, by using the new application Trello. This app is perfect to map out your schedule or track your workflow, no matter where you are in life; school, work, or aspiring to/running your own venture, among others. Best of all with mobile, tablet, desktop and Mac applications, this platform is always accessible.

 

Last Pass

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Okay, this one isn’t exactly free – but is sure to free up space in your mind! Last Pass is a mobile and desktop application that controls all of your passwords, automatically inputting them for each platform you choose to use. This way, logging in is as simple as the click of a button, while simultaneously only requiring you to remember one password.

 

Cram

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Cram is hands down the best study tool available today! This web/mobile application allows you to create countless flashcards for different subjects, that are shared between your web account and mobile application. This way, you can study on-the-go, while enjoying easy creation through their web-based platform.

 

Did we miss your favorite productivity app? If you have any hacks or tools to help get life on track that we’ve failed to mention, educate us in the comment section below!

 

 

 

 

 

7 Places You Can Travel From Montreal For Cheap!

No money, no problems. 

Most people want would love to travel around the world if they could. Unfortunately, traveling is an especially expensive activity, which limits many young people. Luckily, there’s tons of cool places around the country and globally that Montrealers can travel to without breaking the bank. From Quebec to Caribean, we’ve compiled a list of 7 flights you can get the last week of August for under $550.

 

Quebec – Quebec City ($289)

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Experience your host province by traveling to Quebec City – Quebec’s capital city. With tons of heritage and culture in the city, you are sure to feel like you’ve traveled to another country.

 

New York – New York City ($284)

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Take on the city that never sleeps, and travel to NYC this summer. With an inexpensive and short flight, you will have ample time to explore everything New York City has to offer.

 

Prince Edward Island – Charlottetown ($349)

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Take a domestic flight to Charlottetown and learn about an entirely different aspect of Canadian culture. With a heavy Irish-English-Scottish influence, the coastal area is unlike any other.

 

Puerto Rico – San Juan ($481)

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For just under $500 you can get both a great tan and amazing cultural experience. I mean just look at those beaches!

 

Mexico – Cancun ($458)

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Again with the dreamy beachy vacation, Cancun Mexico is the perfect destination whether you’re into relaxing, partying, or both. As a popular tourist destination, you are sure to find everything you may want while on vacation, and so much more.

 

Illinois – Chicago ($378)

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Bold architecture, a flourishing art scene, and delicious pizza, what’s not to love about Chicago? With a considerably cheap flight, you’re only a few hundred dollars and miles away from a comprehensive American cultural experience.

 

Bahamas – Nassau ($514)

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If you’re looking to really get away for a good vacation, Nassau Bahamas is the place to go! Although just slightly over-budget, this trip is destined to be a unique experience full of beach days (and parties).

 

 

We will be taking a trip this summer – which one will you go on? Do you know of any other cheap travel destinations that we’ve missed? Let us know in the comment section below.