Xavier Rudd in Montreal

Updated: August 17, 2015

Xavier Rudd Plays Montreal

In truth, there’s nothing that can match the vigor, passion, and uplifting nature of a Xavier Rudd concert. In fact, the potent fusion of compassionate music, soulful vocals, and immeasurable talent from the mellow Australian roots singer has been invaluable in acquiring international recognition.

After all, when you purchase Xavier Rudd tickets, you’re not just paying for an approximately two-hour event filled with energetic dynamism and good music; you’re also paying for an unforgettable, unique experience that will be the fodder of countless memories.

You see, in addition to his prowess for producing powerful lyrics concerning human nature, spirituality, environmentalism, and the rights and values of the indigenous peoples of Australia and Canada, the folk musician is also a highly skilled multi-instrumentalist. Xavier Rudd concerts are a one-man show wherein the cool and calm artist incorporates a stompbox, drums, harmonicas, bells, bass guitars, electric guitars, shakers, and into his performances.
The result of this peculiar performance style? A singular concert event that is unlike any other, and that revolutionizes the way we listen to live music.
Now, you too can experience the concert that needs to be seen to be believed. This fall, the internationally renowned singer-songwriter will take to the road to promote his latest masterpiece Nanna. On Nanna, Rudd has enlisted the aid from musicians from Australia, South Africa, Samoa, Germany, Ireland, and Papua New Guinea in order to create a ground-breaking jewel that celebrates global diversity.
To cater to his monumental Canadian fan base, Rudd will be hitting numerous venues across the nation. Catch the beloved artist at venues such as Montreal’s Metropolis, Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall, Ottawa’s Bronson Centre, Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom, Duncan’s Cowichan Centre, Calgary’s MacEwan Hall, Edmonton’s Francis Winspear Centre for Music, Saskatoon’s O’Brians Event Centre, Winnipeg’s Burton Cummings Theatre, and Quebec’s Capitole Theatre.
A show not to be missed under any circumstances!