The Nouvelle Ere Tattoo Show returns to Montreal


The Nouvelle Ere Tattoo Show returns for a 3rd edition at Salon 1861 on June 7, 8 and 9 for tattoo fans! On site, more than 120 of the most talented local and international artists will be present in addition to more than ten select exhibitors! A real tattoo enthusiast, Jonathan Roberge is proud to be associated with this festival that celebrates difference and promotes a change in mentalities regarding tattoos and the tattoo community! Several musical performances including White Cowbell Oklahoma from Toronto (Friday), King Buffalo (Saturday) and Greg Laraigne (Sunday) are on the agenda! Hosted by David Brown-Godin, this unique rock and roll spirited gathering features live tattoos, music, bars with Quebec products, hypnosis demonstrations, tattoo contests and many surprises!

You’ll also have the chance to discover a dozen exhibitors, including Eikon, Broke and Stoked, Lost Apostle,, Freako Rodriguez, Goodguy, Alive at night, Hyena MFG Engraving co, Missy industry, Extreme tattoo equipment, and FAV. Tattoo care.

And finally, the local microbrewery Les Brasseurs du Monde will serve two bars with a large selection of beers, wine and spirits as well as seminars and hypnosis demonstrations for pain management! An event not to be missed!

Nouvelle Ere Tattoo Show

From June 7 to 9, 2019
Salon 1861. 550 Richmond Avenue, Griffintown, Montreal


Friday – 3 p.m. to midnight
Saturday – 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sunday – 11a.m. to 6 p.m.

Admission fee: $20
*A weekend passport is also available for $55.

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