Past Event

Famed for being ground zero of the 1977 Toronto punk explosion, The Diodes, perform in Montreal for the first time in three decades

Doors: 6:30 PM
Show: 7:15 PM
$20 in advance, $25 at the door
On sale at Sound Central, Cheap Thrills, BBAM Gallery, Phi Centre & online through Greenland Productions, Tixza.

Where: Space A (1st étage)
Limited seating available

Presented by Greenland, Evenko and POP Montréal, the cult group is back in Montreal after 30 years.

The Diodes
Don Pyle’s Out-of-Focus Talking Slideshow
Gord Lewis (from Teenage Head)
Dave Rave
Frisky Kids

The Diodes were the ground zero of the 1977 Toronto punk explosion, running Canada's first punk club, The Crash'n'Burn and the first Canadian punk band signed to a major label, CBS, with their debut album released worldwide in the fall of 1977, ahead of the Sex Pistols and many of their UK and US peers. After releasing three other albums between 1978 and 1982, the band goes on a long hiatus. The original band re-unites in 2010, soon headlining shows in Canada and This is the Diodes first Montreal appearance in almost 30 years!

Canadian musician and producer, Don Pyle is making a special appearance to present Don Pyle’s Out-of-Focus Talking Slideshow–a guided tour of Toronto's under documented Punk scene throughout the decades.

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