The Jerry Cans

The Jerry Cans

February 9th 2020
8:00 pm / Doors: 7:30 pm

57 Prince Arthur est, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Tixza at billets@cafecampus.com.

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THE JERRY CANS Folk / Rock from Iqaluit

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Stationnement de rue sur les rues voisines.   Faites attention aux zones réservées pour résidents.  Il est possible de se procurer une vignette d'un jour (vignette bleue).   Voir le site web de l'arrondissement pour plus de détails.   https://goo.gl/vJUuKm

Stationnement payant au sud de Prince-Arthur à 100m, accessible par le boulevard Saint-Laurent.  Il y a aussi un stationnement payant un peu plus loin. coin Roy et St-Denis, accessible par la rue Roy.

Le meilleur moyen de se rendre reste le transport en commun. 

Métro station Sherbrooke ou Saint-Laurent.  

Autobus 24, 55, ou 144.  

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Street parking available on neighbouring streets.   Careful of parking zones reserved for residents.   It is possible to purchase a one day permit to park in these zones.   See the City's website for more info.  https://goo.gl/vJUuKm

There's a paid parking lot just South of Prince-Arthur about 100m away, accessible by boulevard Saint-Laurent.  There's another parking lot a little further away, corner Roy and St-Denis.

The best way to get here is by public transit.  

Sherbrooke or Saint-Laurent métro stations.

Buses 24, 55 or 144

The Jerry Cans

The Jerry Cans create music inspired by their hometown of Iqaluit, Nunavut and life in the high Arctic. The unique mix of indie folk-rock and traditional Inuit throat singing is sung primarily in the Indigenous language of Inuktitut. The Jerry Cans are passionate about helping to preserve the Inuktitut language, especially as the north evolves, and are committed to challenging common misconceptions about life in the Arctic. Their unique tunes and reputation for getting elders and young people dancing has forced people to notice this high-energy group! Come take a stroll through the streets of Iqaluit and catch a glimpse of life in Arctic.