Fri, January 12th

APAP: Mundial Montreal & Drom present

folk Indie pop Reggae World Beat world music TICKETS

Doors 6:00 PM
Show 7:00 PM
Advance Price FREE
Door Price FREE

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

APAP: Mundial Montreal & Drom present

7pm - April Verch

Canadian tour-de-force of fiddle, dance & song. April Verch blends the traditions of roots music and step-dancing with her own artistic voice and vision in a high-energy show that puts her award-winning fiddling and songwriting talents out front.


7.45pm - Mélisande [électrotrad]

Drawing from a rich heritage of traditional francophone songs, Mélisande unearths rare treasures that she adapts and presents with a feminist perspective and the distinctly modern sound of the band. The Québécois quartet plays an energetic blend of traditional music, rock and electro with a mix of acoustic and electric instruments, vocal harmonies and programming. Led by Mélisande and her husband Alexandre de Grosbois-Garand, the group offers a fresh artistic proposal to the folk-world-trad music scene. Its first album Les métamorphoses, greatly acknowledged by the critics here and abroad, was released in May 2014 on La Prûche Libre, an independent label co-owned by one of Québec’s folk music legends Yves Lambert.

8.30pm - Coreyah

Korean Folklore World Music Band. A new breed of music that breaks the barrier between traditional and contemporary popular Korean music.


9.15pm - Shauit

Shauit is the only Canadian artists that ingeniously blend reggae with a native language.


10pm - Eljuri

Eljuri creates a sonic reflecting pool. This energizing musician and performer absorbs drops of influence from all over the world, from cultures that she calls her own and others into which she dives to discover their treasures. Her music is sometimes a mirror lake reflecting this generation’s global fusion and sometimes a turbulent sea churning with cultural clashes.

10.45pm - Doctor Nativo

Doctor Nativo is one of Central America’s most exciting new talents. His music explores themes of Mayan spirituality, social justice and folk wisdom, punctuated by an explosive sound combining reggae, cumbia, hip hop, and Mayan traditional music. His live show is a powerful experience that has captivated audiences all throughout the Americas and Europe.

11.30pm - Wesli

Wesli (Wesley Louissaint), multi instrumentalist, singer & producer is “the strongest world creature Montréal presently has to offer internationally”.
Born and raised in Haiti, world music artist Wesli comes up as a strong player in this new generation of artists. Multi talented singer, guitar player, percussionist, producer and arranger, he is described as Montreal’s revelation. Founding hope through his devotion to music, having grown up in a poor and violent ghetto of Haiti, he is inspiring a better future for younger generations.

12.15pm – Ramy Essam

In 2011, Ramy exploded into international fame as the voice of the Egyptian revolution. His songs became the soundtrack of a whole generation of Egyptians struggle for a better future. Time Out Magazine later called his song Irhal the third most world changing song of all time. Fame came at a heavy price with torture, and censorship but has not silenced rocker Ramy.