What can we expect from the 2014 edition of the Spanish festival
Located on St Helenâ€™s Island, the green heart of Montreal, Osheaga Festival regularly boasts a line-up that other events can only envy. Â This year is no different. Between August 3 and 5 it will feature some of the best established and up-and-coming bands including Florence + The Machine, Sigur Ross, Snoop Dogg, Garbage, Feist, M83, Bombay Bicycle Club, Bloc Party, Zola Jesus, Michael Kiwanuka, Little Dragon, and The Jesus and Mary Chain. Â Look out for The Black Keys, the blues-rock duo who have surged to prominence from unlikely beginnings, recording their first album on an 8-track in their basement to selling more than two million units. Â The Osheaga Festival truly reflects the diversity of Montreal, a panoply of styles and eras coming together to create one of the most exciting events in the calendar, on either side of the Atlantic.