Phoebe Bridgers Brought The Reunion Tour To Montreal, Canada


The Californian indie-pop artist performed for the first time since 2018 in Montreal at the Parc Jean-Drapeau in front of 5000 fans.

This show was one of the few remaining shows of the Reunion tour which kicked-off in September 2021 in St. Louis, Missouri. Phoebe Bridgers’ started the night with “Motion Sickness” and her setlist included tracks such as “Punisher”, “I Know The End” and ended the night in beauty with “Georgia”.

Bidgers was accompanied by a band of 6 musicians and incredible visuals including flames during “I Know The End” and a large moon on the screen for “Moon Song”.

Warming up the stage was Claud who gave a heartwarming performance and treated the crowd with songs tracks from their latest album Super Monster including “Soft Spot” and “Wish You Were Gay”.

Catch Phoebe at on of her shows here

Photos and Words By: Marjorie Hallé (@marjohalle)

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  1. The show actually ended with Georgia. Most of the shows on this tour ended with Waiting Room with the exception of Florida and Montreal, per

  2. THe last song was actualy Georgia, not waiting room. SHe asked the ceowd which song they wanted her ton sing, that’s why it’s different than the setlist.


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