The Festival presents some one hundred international productions: shorts, medium-length and feature films, documentaries, animation and fiction. It offers a rich program of premieres and varied genres.
The Marché de Noël de L'Assomption is a market that brings the magic of Christmas to life in a glittering decor of little houses where you'll find treasures of crafts and gourmet products from the Lanaudière region.
The Grand Prix Ski-Doo de Valcourt is the biggest winter racing event in the world. It presents snowmobile, motocross and ATV races on ice rinks, ATV and motocross on ice road circuit, Snocross and Snowbike.
The Mondial de la bière de Montréal is the biggest beer festival in North America. Representing more than 400 products, it has everything to satisfy epicureans, with its many tasting and discovery activities.
A great celebration of theatre, it offers the best of national and international contemporary creation. The festival features 50 performances of a dozen shows in theatres with more than 500 artists and craftsmen.
This major festival and cultural event offers more than 80 concerts and musical activities over 8 days. This great music festival brings together the most talented guitarists from Quebec, Canada and the international scene.
At the Go Bike Montréal Festival, everyone can pedal at their own pace, thanks to several cycling routes and activities: the Tour de l'Île de Montréal, the Tour la Nuit, the Bike to Work Day and the Metropolitan Challenge.
This festival combines science, humor and fun to bring local innovations to all audiences. On the agenda: science shows and demonstrations, a village of immersive kiosks and decorations, special guests and conferences.
Discover the 11 Indigenous Nations in Quebec, through unique shows, presentations, workshops, demonstrations and memorable encounters. It is a unique opportunity to learn more about the realities, issues and cultures of the First Nations and Inuit in a festive atmosphere.
H2O le Festival in Amos features dragon boat races, a foot race, family activities, performances by renowned artists and much more. Most of the activities take place on a natural site of extraordinary beauty!
Festive, historical and gastronomic! Hundreds of artists, artisans and performers bring this heritage event to life through music, street theatre, re-enactments, tasting of local products and handicrafts.
This one-of-a-kind event in Quebec features a host of diverse and hilarious activities. In addition to the new sanglichon challenge, the Festival du cochon offers food and drink featuring pork at its best.
In a festive, family-friendly atmosphere, this festival offers you the chance to feast your eyes on plates piled high with food. Other activities include shows, fireworks, rides, parades, games and sports tournaments.
The largest gathering of breweries in Quebec, this festival features musical performances, culinary demonstrations and more than 110 exhibitors: microbreweries, wineries, cider mills and local producers.