4Florence + The Machine
Fresh off the release of their new album, Ceremonials, Florence + The Machine return to Montreal this year with a prominent role at Osheaga. This is the only show they've announced for the city so make sure that you don't miss it.
3Young The Giant
Young the Giant seem to have blown up lately; they've received a lot of radio playtime with their hits My Body, Cough Syrup and Apartment. They recently played at Corona but that show was sold out. Here's your second chance to see the group.
2The Black Keys
It was only a couple of years ago when The Black Keys hit stage for an early afternoon set at Osheaga. Fast forward a few years later and they're now headliners at the Centre Bell and, more importantly, at Osheaga too. Montreal has shown much love for the band and they have reciprocated.
Remember when you were only happy when it rained? Well, let's hope it doesn't rain this year when the now reunited Garbage return to Montreal after what feels like an eternity. Here's a bonus, they're bringing songs from their new album, Not Your Kind Of People, with them as well.