Arcade Fire members to perform in Montreal for Haiti charity
Arcade Fire performs at the 15th edition of the Vive Latino music festival in Mexico City, Mexico, Friday, March 28, 2014. (AP / Rebecca Blackwell)
The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, January 26, 2016 6:47PM EST
Members of Arcade Fire will take the stage in Montreal next month as part of a charity concert for Haiti.
The "Reflektor" band's founder Win Butler is slated to perform under his DJ Windows 98 moniker for Kanpe Kanaval on Feb. 19, while fellow band member Richard Reed Parry is also on the schedule.
The show, which also features David Byrne, is hosted by Kanpe, a Haitian relief organization co-founded by Arcarde Fire singer Regine Chassagne.
She will co-host the event alongside "The Office" actor Rainn Wilson.
Arcade Fire will then play two summertime concerts in Europe, marking the first live show for the Montreal-based group since 2014.
Spain's Bilbao BBK Live music festival will host the band during its weekend run from July 7 to 9. Arcade Fire will then hit up Portugal's NOS Alive festival on July 9.