SaskMusic returns to M for Montreal this week to present Saskatchewan artists Ellen Froese and Dump Babes in official showcases at the renowned music industry event. The artists were selected by M for Montreal organizers through their official artist intake process, and their showcase appearances are sponsored by SaskMusic.
Additionally, Katie Tupper will be appearing in M's "Marathon" lineup, presented by Arts & Crafts.
We will be on the ground participating in networking, business-to-business, and educational events while supporting our artists and representing Saskatchewan music. We are also co-presenting the ALL TOGETHER NOW networking dinner under the BreakOut West banner. The not-to-be-missed Thursday night dinner will be the perfect time for industry and artists to get together with old friends and meet new ones.
“MARATHON,” presented by SiriusXM, is the general public show component of M for Montreal and will feature artists from across Canada, as well as from France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic.
November 16 - Quai des Brumes, 2:40-3:00pm
November 15 - Théâtre Plaza, 8:30-8:50pm
November 17 - MARATHON and Arts & Crafts present Katie Tupper, Georgia Harmer, Charlie Houston
Le Ministère, Doors: 21:30, Show: 22:15 (open to public and industry)
About the event
After an undeniably successful 17th edition, M for Montreal is back in 2023. With a record participation rate in 2022 for both its professional and general public sections, the M team is thrilled to be back for an 18th edition, November 15-18, 2023. With a renewed PRO component and a MARATHON festival open to the general public, M for Montreal 2023 promises to be a remarkable event.
Last November, the 2022 edition of M for Montreal brought together nearly 500 professionals from around the world (over 15 countries) to showcase 30 artists from the Official Selection. At the same time, MARATHON, a festival for the general public, featured more than 100 groups and artists sharing Montreal’s most legendary stages. In all, no fewer than 10,000 festival-goers visited the 16 MARATHON venues.