2024 Montreal Jazz Festival: Best (Mostly Jazz) Concerts

Our Guide to the Best (Mostly Jazz) Concerts at the 2024 Montreal Jazz Festival

The 2024 Montreal Jazz Festival is almost here, and the lineup is nothing short of extraordinary.

This year, the festival is raising the bar with an unprecedented number of top-tier acts gracing the free stages, including Robert Glasper, Hiatus Kaiyote, Butcher Brown, Chief Adjuah (formerly Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah), Joel Ross, and many more!

To help you navigate this exceptional program, we’ve curated a breakdown of the must-see (mostly jazz) concerts that will make this festival one for the books.

June 27, 2024

Chris Potter Trio feat. Matt Brewer & Kendrick Scott (8PM & 10PM) – FREE

Saxophone legend Chris Potter leads modern jazz trio with bass virtuoso Matt Brewer and drumming powerhouse Kendrick Scott.

Chris Potter, widely regarded as one of the greatest saxophonists of the modern era, joins forces with the phenomenal Matt Brewer on bass and Kendrick Scott on drums for a trio performance that promises to be nothing short of breathtaking.

Potter’s virtuosity and improvisational prowess are legendary, and with this stellar rhythm section backing him, expect an unforgettable display of jazz mastery.

Julian Lage (9PM)

Genre-bending jazz guitar virtuoso Julian Lage ready to captivate audiences with his innovative compositions and undeniable charisma.

Julian Lage has taken the jazz world by storm with his virtuosic playing, innovative compositions, and undeniable charisma.

Lage is a true guitar prodigy, having picked up the instrument at age five and performing with Carlos Santana by the time he was eight!

Blending jazz with folk, blues, and even classical influences, Lage’s music is a vibrant tapestry of sounds that will leave you spellbound.

Hiatus Kaiyote (9:30PM) – FREE

Don’t miss Hiatus Kaiyote‘s otherworldly blend of futuristic soul, psychedelic funk, and otherworldly rhythms in this free concert!

Pinch yourself, because this isn’t a dream. The mesmerizing, genre-defying Hiatus Kaiyote is gracing the Montreal Jazz Festival stage, and it’s absolutely FREE.

This Australian band has cultivated a massive global following with their unique blend of futuristic soul, psychedelic funk, and otherworldly rhythms.

Led by the enchanting vocals of Nai Palm, Hiatus Kaiyote’s live performances are always an adventure that transports audiences to another dimension.

Seriously, do not miss this rare opportunity to experience their magic without spending a dime. (We’re still not sure how this is happening, but we’re not complaining!)

June 28, 2024

Tord Gustavsen (6PM)

Experience the meditative soundscapes of Tord Gustavsen, the acclaimed Norwegian pianist known for his unique and introspective style of contemporary jazz.

One of the most respected pianists in contemporary jazz, Tord Gustavsen, will grace once again the Montreal Jazz Festival with his unique and introspective sound.

The Norwegian artist is known for his minimalist approach, crafting delicate melodies and subtle harmonies that create a sense of space and stillness.

Gustavsen’s music, often compared to classical compositions, has a timeless quality that transcends genre boundaries.

This is a performance that promises to be a deeply moving and meditative experience.

Cory Henry (7:30PM) – FREE

Grammy-winning keyboard virtuoso Cory Henry‘s brings electrifying funk and soul to Montreal—It’s FREE!

Brace yourselves for a funky explosion of energy as Cory Henry, a modern-day keyboard virtuoso and Grammy-winning artist, hits the Montreal Jazz Festival stage.

And the best part? It’s completely FREE!

Henry’s boundless talent has graced the work of legends like Bruce Springsteen and Snarky Puppy, and his solo career is a whirlwind of soulful vocals, electrifying organ playing, and infectious grooves.

This is a masterclass in funk and soul that will have you dancing in the aisles (or the streets, since it’s free!).

Adam O-Farrill’s Stranger Days (8PM & 10PM) – FREE

Trumpeter Adam O’Farrill’s blends jazz tradition with captivating modern innovation

Adam O’Farrill’s Stranger Days are set to ignite the stage at the 2024 Montreal Jazz Festival!

Experience the electrifying fusion of jazz tradition and modern innovation as this quartet, led by the “rising star” trumpeter, takes you on a journey through personal narratives and abstract soundscapes.

Witness O’Farrill’s captivating compositions, inspired by his mixed-race heritage, New York City upbringing, and rich family history, come to life in a performance that’s both thought-provoking and exhilarating.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see one of jazz’s most exciting new(ish) bands for free as they continue to push the boundaries of the genre.

Ambrose Akinmusire Solo (10:30PM)

Witness the mastery of jazz trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire in a unique solo performance

Don’t miss the chance to witness a true master at work as Ambrose Akinmusire takes the stage of the Gesù for a solo trumpet performance.

Considered one of the most brilliant trumpet players of his generation, Akinmusire’s solo format, while perhaps a little more challenging for those not entirely familiar with the jazz idiom, promises a truly unique and intimate experience.

Known for his innovative and boundary-pushing approach, Akinmusire’s improvisational skills and deep understanding of the trumpet’s expressive possibilities are sure to create a mesmerizing and unforgettable artistic event.

June 29, 2024

Anthony Fung Quartet feat. Dayna Stephens, Luca Alemanno & Micheal Ragonese (6PM) – FREE

Dynamic drummer Anthony Fung leads a powerhouse jazz quartet featuring tenor saxophonist Dayna Stephens

Anthony Fung, a dynamic drummer and composer, has performed globally with legends like Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter.

Joining him is tenor saxophonist Dayna Stephens, known for his innovative sound and collaborations with top artists like Kenny Barron.

Stephens’ mastery of jazz improvisation makes this a must-see.

Ambrose Akinmusire Duo with Dave Holland (9PM)

Trailblazing jazz trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire and bass virtuoso Dave Holland unite for an unforgettable duo performance

This isn’t just another concert. This is a once-in-a-lifetime event. Two legends, each at the top of their game, coming together for a duet that will surely be unforgettable.

Ambrose Akinmusire, the trailblazing trumpeter who has already changed the face of modern jazz, meets Dave Holland, the bass virtuoso whose career spans the entire history of the genre.

But this is about more than just technical skill, though there will be plenty of that. It’s about the conversation, the unspoken connection, the spontaneous moments of magic that can only happen when two artists of this caliber truly click.

It’s about being present for the creation of something new, something that can only happen at this moment, in this place, with these two musicians.

Trust us, you don’t want to miss this.

Keyon Harrold – Foreverland (10:30PM)

Trumpeter Keyon Harrold fuses jazz, hip-hop, and R&B. Collaborator to Beyonce, John Legend, JAY-Z & more.

Prepare to be captivated by the electrifying sounds of Keyon Harrold, the trumpeter and composer who seamlessly fuses jazz, hip-hop, and R&B.

A force of nature on stage, Harrold’s performances are a whirlwind of soulful melodies, infectious rhythms, and raw emotion.

Don’t miss your chance to witness this trumpet star as he takes the stage. Expect a night of unforgettable music that will leave you wanting more.

June 30, 2024

Butcher Brown (7:30PM) – FREE

Free concert showcasing the funky, jazzy grooves of musician collective Butcher Brown

Buckle up, music lovers, because you’re in for a real treat. Butcher Brown, the musical force that’s been taking the world by storm, is gracing us with their presence – and believe it or not, it’s absolutely free.

Yes, you read that right. This isn’t a drill. This is your chance to witness one of the most innovative and exciting bands in the country, whose unique blend of funk, jazz, rock, and hip-hop has garnered them a loyal following and critical acclaim.

Butcher Brown’s live shows are legendary, filled with contagious energy and mind-blowing musicianship. This is one you won’t want to miss.

Melissa Aldana (8PM & 10PM) – FREE

Blue Note Records’ Melissa Aldana: A free doubleheader of boundary-pushing jazz saxophone

Melissa Aldana, the Chilean tenor saxophonist whose star has been steadily ascending, is set to captivate audiences at the festival. Now signed to the prestigious Blue Note Records, Aldana’s expressive phrasing, captivating tone, and innovative compositions have solidified her as a leading voice in modern jazz.

Drawing from a deep understanding of jazz tradition while fearlessly pushing boundaries, Aldana’s music offers a unique blend of the timeless and the avant-garde.

This is a rare chance to experience the artistry of a musician who is reshaping the landscape of jazz.

Keyon Harrold – Trumpet Summit w/ Theo Croker, Maurice Brown & Rémi Cormier (9PM)

Keyon Harrold’s Trumpet Summit unites top talents Theo Croker, Maurice Brown, and Rémi Cormier for a spectacular jazz showcase

Keyon Harrold’s Trumpet Summit, featuring special guests Theo Croker, Maurice Brown, and Rémi Cormier, promises to be an extraordinary jazz event bringing together some of the most talented and innovative trumpet players in the contemporary jazz scene.

This event is a celebration of the trumpet’s expressive power and versatility within the jazz idiom. The Trumpet Summit with Keyon Harrold and his esteemed guests promises to be a highlight of the Montreal jazz calendar.

July 1, 2024

Jason Moran (6PM)

Visionary pianist Jason Moran merges traditional and experimental jazz elements for an unforgettable performance

Jason Moran, the visionary pianist and composer known for his adventurous spirit and genre-bending creativity, merge traditional and experimental elements, drawing inspiration from a wide range of sources – from blues and stride piano to hip-hop and avant-garde.

With his deep understanding of jazz history and his restless pursuit of innovation, Moran promises a night of music that will challenge your expectations and ignite your imagination.

Chief Adjuah (formerly Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah) (7:30PM) – FREE

Trumpeter Chief Adjuah (formerly Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah) blends jazz, hip-hop, rock, and funk for an electrifying performance

Prepare to be blown away, Montreal!

Chief Adjuah, the innovative trumpeter and composer formerly known as Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, is set to ignite the stage at Place des Festivals on July 1st for an unforgettable FREE performance.

Known for his genre-defying sound that seamlessly blends jazz with elements of hip-hop, rock, and funk, Chief Adjuah is a force to be reckoned with. His electrifying live shows are a testament to his boundless creativity and unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of music.

And that’s not all! This incredible night of free music continues with a 9:30 PM set from the one and only Robert Glasper.

Mark your calendars and spread the word – this is a musical double-header that you simply cannot miss.

Lakecia Benjamin (8PM & 10PM) – FREE

Witness Grammy-nominated Lakecia Benjamin‘s alto saxophone magic: jazz, funk, & soul reimagined

But wait, there’s more! The free jazz extravaganza continues with a mesmerizing performance by the three-time Grammy-nominated saxophonist Lakecia Benjamin.

Get ready to groove to Benjamin’s infectious blend of jazz, funk, and soul, delivered with a fiery passion and virtuosic skill that will leave you breathless. Her powerful saxophone solos and dynamic stage presence have earned her critical acclaim and a devoted following worldwide.

This is a rare opportunity to witness one of the most exciting voices in contemporary jazz in an intimate and accessible setting.

The Yussef Dayes Experience (9PM)

Immerse yourself in the rhythmic fusion of jazz, funk, and Afrobeat with The Yussef Dayes Experience

The beat goes on at Club Soda on July 1st, as The Yussef Dayes Experience takes the stage for a night of rhythmic exploration and genre-bending grooves.

Prepare to be mesmerized by Yussef Dayes’ masterful drumming, a fusion of jazz, funk, and Afrobeat that will ignite your soul and move your feet. The Yussef Dayes Experience is more than just a band; it’s a journey through sound and rhythm, a celebration of musical innovation and cultural expression.

This is your chance to witness one of the most electrifying live acts on the planet. Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to immerse yourself in the sonic world of The Yussef Dayes Experience.

Robert Glasper (9:30PM) – FREE

Multiple Grammy-winning keyboardist Robert Glasper blends jazz, R&B, hip-hop, and soul in a must-see FREE concert

Prepare to witness a once-in-a-lifetime musical event, as the incomparable Robert Glasper graces the TD Stage at Place des Festivals on July 1st for an electrifying FREE concert.

If you only attend one show during this incredible festival, make it this one.

Glasper is a true visionary, a Grammy-winning pianist, composer, and producer who effortlessly blends jazz with elements of R&B, hip-hop, and soul.

His groundbreaking collaborations with artists like Kendrick Lamar, Erykah Badu, and Herbie Hancock have solidified his place as one of the most influential figures in modern music.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the magic of Robert Glasper live and in person in what promises to be the highlight of the festival.

Keyon Harrold & Jason Moran (10:30PM)

Trumpeter Keyon Harrold and pianist Jason Moran to meet for an extraordinary duo performance

Trumpeter Keyon Harrold and pianist Jason Moran unite for an extraordinary duo performance on July 1st at Le Gesù.

Witness the magic that unfolds when two masters of their craft intertwine their distinct musical voices. Harrold’s expressive trumpet playing, known for its emotional depth and genre-bending explorations, will seamlessly blend with Moran’s adventurous piano stylings, creating a sonic landscape that is both captivating and unpredictable.

This rare collaboration promises a night of musical exploration and dialogue, where improvisation and spontaneity reign supreme.

July 2, 2024

Theo Croker (8PM & 10PM) – FREE

Innovative trumpeter Theo Croker blends jazz, hip-hop, and electronica for a FREE concert

Get ready to groove to the irresistible sounds of Theo Croker, the innovative trumpeter and composer who seamlessly blends jazz, hip-hop, and electronica into a sonic tapestry that is uniquely his own.

Croker’s electrifying live performances are a testament to his boundless creativity and unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of music. With his soulful melodies, infectious rhythms, and thought-provoking lyrics, he creates a sonic landscape that is both captivating and inspiring.

And the best part? This unforgettable concert is absolutely FREE.

July 3, 2024

Killer Mike (8:30PM)

Grammy-winning rapper and activist Killer Mike delivers powerful, thought-provoking lyrics

Experience the raw power and undeniable energy of Killer Mike, the Grammy-winning rapper, activist, and cultural icon, as he takes the stage at MTELUS on July 3rd.

Known for his thought-provoking lyrics, charismatic stage presence, and unwavering commitment to social justice, Killer Mike is a force to be reckoned with. His music is a powerful voice for the voiceless, a call to action that inspires and empowers.

Get your tickets now for a night of music that will leave you energized, inspired, and ready to change the world.

July 4, 2024

Joel Ross’ Good Vibes (8PM & 10PM) – FREE

Blue Note-signed vibraphonist Joel Ross and his ensemble, Good Vibes, blend intricate melodies and infectious rhythms in a FREE concert

Joel Ross, the Blue Note-signed vibraphonist hailed as one of the most exciting voices in contemporary jazz, is set to enchant Montreal with his captivating ensemble, Good Vibes.

On July 5th, the Pub Molson stage will transform into a haven of musical innovation, as Ross and his bandmates weave together intricate melodies, infectious rhythms, and a palpable sense of joy.

With his prodigious talent and boundless creativity, Ross has already made an indelible mark on the jazz world. His performances are a masterclass in musical storytelling, a vibrant exploration of the genre’s rich history and its boundless potential.

This free concert is a testament to the festival’s commitment to showcasing the brightest stars in jazz, and it’s an experience that will resonate long after the final note fades away.

Alfa Mist (9PM)

London-based pianist Alfa Mist fuses jazz, soul, and hip-hop into evocative melodies and hypnotic rhythms

Experience a night of sonic exploration and artistic expression as Alfa Mist, the London-based pianist, composer, and producer, takes the stage of the Club Soda on July 4th.

With his signature blend of jazz, soul, and hip-hop, Alfa Mist weaves together intricate melodies, hypnotic rhythms, and evocative soundscapes that transport listeners to a realm of pure musical bliss.

His evocative compositions, often infused with a sense of melancholy and introspection, resonate deeply with audiences, inviting them to embark on a journey of self-discovery and emotional exploration.

Kenny Garrett (9PM)

Saxophone legend Kenny Garrett brings his virtuosic improvisations and soulful melodies for an unforgettable night of modern jazz

Experience a night of unparalleled musical mastery as Kenny Garrett, one of the most prolific and influential figures in modern jazz, graces the Théâtre Jean-Duceppe stage.

With a career spanning over four decades, Garrett has cemented his place as a true icon of the genre. His virtuosic improvisations, soulful melodies, and boundless energy have captivated audiences worldwide, while his innovative approach to jazz has pushed the boundaries of what’s possible.

A master of the saxophone, Garrett’s performances are a testament to his deep understanding of the music’s rich history and his unwavering commitment to its continued evolution.

From his early days collaborating with legends like Miles Davis and Art Blakey to his current status as a bandleader and composer, Garrett has consistently pushed the envelope, creating a sound that is both timeless and cutting-edge.

July 5, 2024

Orrin Evans (8PM & 10PM) – FREE

Jazz piano innovator Orrin Evans delivers a spellbinding free performance with dynamic playing and masterful improvisation

Orrin Evans, a true innovator and risk-taker in the world of jazz piano, is set to deliver a free performance that will leave you spellbound. His dynamic playing, marked by intricate harmonies, unexpected rhythmic shifts, and a deep connection to the blues tradition, has earned him a reputation as one of the most exciting figures on the contemporary scene.

A master of improvisation, Evans thrives on spontaneous creativity, transforming each performance into a unique and unforgettable experience. This is a rare opportunity to witness a true jazz master at work, all free of charge.

Erick The Architect (9PM)

Multi-talented rapper Erick the Architect blends hip-hop, R&B, and experimental sounds always pushing the boundaries of creativity

Erick the Architect, the multi-talented rapper, singer, producer, and founding member of Flatbush Zombies, is set to ignite the stage of the Club Soda during this year’s Montreal Jazz festival.

With his eclectic blend of hip-hop, R&B, and experimental sounds, Erick the Architect is a true visionary in the world of music. His introspective lyrics, soulful melodies, and innovative production techniques have garnered him critical acclaim and a devoted following worldwide.

Experience a night of musical innovation and artistic expression as Erick the Architect weaves together a tapestry of sound that is both captivating and thought-provoking.

His live performances are a testament to his boundless creativity and his unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of music.

Makaya McCraven (9PM)

Visionary “beat scientist”, jazz drummer and producer Makaya McCraven blurs the lines between jazz, hip-hop, and global folk traditions in a not-to-be-missed Montreal appearance

Makaya McCraven, a visionary artist blurring the lines between jazz, hip-hop, and global folk traditions, is set to electrify the stage with a performance showcasing the culmination of seven years of artistic evolution, featuring polytemporal compositions inspired by cultural struggles and personal experiences.

Hailed as a “beat scientist” and a “cultural synthesizer,” McCraven’s innovative approach to music has garnered widespread acclaim from critics and audiences alike.

His ability to seamlessly blend improvisation, sampling, and intricate rhythms creates a sonic landscape that is both captivating and thought-provoking.

About the Montreal Jazz Festival

montreal jazz festival logo

The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal (FIJM), a non-profit organization founded in 1980, has grown into a global phenomenon, earning its place in the Guinness World Records as the largest jazz festival in the world.

For over four decades, the FIJM has been a beacon for music enthusiasts worldwide, drawing them to the heart of Montreal for ten days of unparalleled musical experiences.

The festival’s commitment to showcasing the world’s best musicians is evident in its diverse lineup, where legendary icons share the stage with emerging talents. This eclectic mix of artists pushes the boundaries of jazz, exploring its intersections with other genres and influences.

Transformed into a vibrant pedestrian zone, the heart of downtown Montreal becomes the festival’s epicenter. The specially designed Place des Festivals hosts over 350 free outdoor concerts, creating an electrifying atmosphere where music lovers from all walks of life converge.

In addition, nearly 150 indoor concerts offer a more intimate setting for those seeking a different kind of musical experience.

The FIJM is more than just a music festival; it’s a reflection of Montreal’s vibrant spirit and cultural richness. The festival’s energy, diversity, and sense of community embody the city’s unique character, making it an unforgettable experience for all who attend.

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Montreal Jazz Festival FAQ

When is the Montreal Jazz Festival?

The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal usually takes place over 10 days in late June and early July, transforming the city into a vibrant hub of musical energy. The 2024 edition will run from June 27th to July 6th.

Is the Montreal Jazz Festival free?

The festival offers an exciting mix of free and ticketed events. Over two-thirds of the 350+ concerts are completely free, taking place on outdoor stages in the Quartier des Spectacles and Place des Festivals. Ticketed shows typically feature more well-known artists and are held at indoor venues across the city.

Where is the Montreal Jazz Festival held?

The festival’s main site is in the heart of downtown Montreal, primarily within the Quartier des Spectacles, an entertainment district known for its vibrant atmosphere and numerous performance venues. Place des Festivals, the central square, becomes a bustling hub of activity with several outdoor stages. The festival also extends to various indoor venues throughout the city, offering a diverse range of musical experiences.

Do you need tickets for the Montreal Jazz Festival?

Tickets are required for indoor concerts, but the majority of the festival’s performances are free and open to the public. These free outdoor concerts are a major draw, creating a lively and inclusive atmosphere for all to enjoy. You can find a detailed schedule of free and ticketed events on the festival’s official website.

How does the Montreal Jazz Festival work?

The festival offers a unique blend of free outdoor shows and ticketed indoor concerts across a variety of venues in downtown Montreal. The outdoor stages are set up in public spaces, creating a lively street festival atmosphere. The indoor venues range from intimate clubs to larger concert halls, providing diverse settings for different types of musical performances. You can explore the festival’s official program to discover the wide array of artists and genres on offer.

How many people attend the Montreal Jazz Festival?

The Montreal Jazz Festival is a major international event, attracting over 2 million music enthusiasts each year. With its diverse lineup, vibrant atmosphere, and mix of free and ticketed events, the festival draws a massive crowd from all over the world, creating a truly unique cultural experience.

Is it worth going to the Montreal Jazz Festival?

Absolutely! The Montreal Jazz Festival is an internationally acclaimed event renowned for its world-class lineup, diverse genres, and lively atmosphere. Whether you’re a die-hard jazz fan or simply enjoy discovering new music, the festival offers something for everyone. With its mix of free outdoor concerts and ticketed indoor shows, there are plenty of opportunities to experience the magic of the festival, making it a worthwhile addition to any music lover’s bucket list.

What is the Jazz Festival in Montreal?

The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal (FIJM) is the world’s largest jazz festival, offering an eclectic mix of musical styles, from traditional jazz to blues, funk, R&B, and world music. It’s a celebration of musical diversity, showcasing both legendary icons and emerging talents on numerous stages throughout downtown Montreal.

What time does Jazz Fest end in Montreal?

The festival’s schedule varies each day, with outdoor shows often continuing until late at night (around 11 pm). Indoor concert end times depend on the venue and specific performance. You can check the festival’s official program for detailed information on showtimes and locations.

What to wear to the Montreal Jazz Festival?

Comfort is key, as you’ll likely be doing a lot of walking and standing. Dress in layers to adapt to changing weather conditions. Montreal summers can be warm and sunny, so pack a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Evenings might get cooler, so bring a light jacket or sweater. Choose comfortable shoes suitable for walking on city streets. And don’t forget to embrace the festival spirit with a touch of personal style!

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