Since 2006, the OSHEAGA Music & Arts festival has established itself as one the most important festival of its genre in North America. Located outdoors on Notre Dame Island in the heart of Montreal, OSHEAGA attracts 135 000 music lovers from around the world each summer. Over the course of 3 days, over 100 bands take to its 7 stages and at afterparties around the city, set in the festive ambiance that only a Montreal summer can provide.
Created in 2014, îleSoniq settled into the heart of Montreal, on Notre Dame island. For two complete days, the island is transformed into an urban oasis which springs forth and allows the public to live and groove to the rhythms of EDM and urban music's biggest stars. With its exotic décor, only steps away from downtown Montreal, îleSoniq transports fans into a playful and colorful universe, offering them a unique festival experience.
'77 MONTRÉAL seeks to celebrate the quintessence of the alternative music scene and the cultural shifts that have unfolded over the last 40 years with an exhibition, a concert and a living archive.
The HEAVY MONTRÉAL music festival is the North American destination of choice for hard rock and heavy metal music lovers. Since its first edition in 2008, HEAVY MONTRÉAL settled on the island in the heart of the city at Parc Jean-Drapeau and has welcomed nearly 350 000 fans who rocked to the sounds of local and international rock and metal bands in a fun ambiance that is typical to Montreal.
LASSO makes its world debut in 2020, hosting the inaugural edition of the country music festival on a beautiful island in the middle of the mighty St. Lawrence river. The lineup will present a variety of country music, featuring international superstars like Luke Bryan alongside local luminaries from the Canadian, Quebec, and Montreal country scenes. Welcome to LASSO Montreal!
Festival YUL EAT, Montreal's essential summer culinary happening, aims to please epicureans, gourmets and enthusiasts of culinary creativity. The festival offers a spectacular setting for discovering and enjoying the very best of what the region has to offer: products, food and alcohol produced and prepared by local and international talent highlighting Montreal as a major gastronomic destination.