Rush, Lady Gaga to Play Concerts in Montreal Between Bruins-Canadiens Playoff Games


The first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens will be anything but ordinary.

Besides federal debates getting rescheduled and the worry that Montreal fans may try to have Zdeno Chara arrested, the schedule is looking crazy, too.

The Bell Centre is proving to be the Montreal hot spot in April, not only with NHL playoff games, but also with both Rush and Lady Gaga performing. The Canadian rock band, Rush, is slotted to take the stage on Wednesday, April 20, two days after the hockey series shifts north of the border for Game 3.

The crew at the Bell Centre will have to work overtime if a sixth game is necessary in Montreal. Lady Gaga takes the stage Monday, April 25, the day before that game is scheduled to occur. Who knows what glitter or raw meat the crew would have to clean up in order to get the ice ready for hockey.

Check out the videos below to see clips of live performances by Rush and Lady Gaga.

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