Top 10 Best Bands To See at Osheaga 2014
Here are the best bands that will be performing at Osheaga 2014
Osheaga 2014 is just around the corner and it’s time for our annual “Bands To See” list. This year’s lineup is solid and there’s still time to get yourself some tickets (well, except the Sunday set as it recently sold out).
Foster The People
While their second album Supermodel isn't as great as Torches, Foster The People do know how to put on a good show and will definitely entertain the crowd.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Nick Cave has been around for over 35 years now. If you’ve never seen him live, you owe it to yourself to swing by his set even for just a few minutes.
One guarantee with OutKast is that you’re not only going to have fun singing along but this duo will put on a great performance.
If this is your type of tea, then definetly make sure to check out Skrillex. Get there early though, he has a big following in Montreal.
If there’s a reason to head to Osheaga earlier on Sunday, this Brit pop rock band is it. While a bit more popular in the UK, you’ll probably enjoy their hits like Naive, She Moves in Her Own Way and Always where I need to be.
Half Moon Run
One of my favourite rising bands. These guys have been getting a ton of airplay on Montreal radio stations and it’s just a matter of time until they explode.
Megalithic Symphony was an incredible first effor by AWOLNATION. Of course, everyone knows their hit Sail but the band has a many great tracks and they're great live.
Another British band make their way on the list. With so many great hits, there shouldn’t be any dull moments when they hit the stage.
This one is a no-brainer. Coming all the way from New Zealand, it’s actually pretty hard to see her live in Canada, so you best manage to see her set.
Cross this one off your bucket list. With a set that’s over an hour long, rest assured that Jack will channel his former bands songs on top of his new solo material.