This summer, dive into an unforgettable experience at Tremblant’s pedestrian village, where 185 free outdoor performances await you. From the moment you arrive, the village’s vibrant energy will captivate you. Stroll around, have a drink, and let yourself be mesmerized by the show. Whether from a restaurant terrace or right in front of the stage, the atmosphere is irresistible. With more than 36 days of free music, Tremblant offers a musical diversity ranging from indie to rap to rock. Take this opportunity to discover new talents while admiring the colorful roofs of the village at the foot of the mountain.

Plan your Tremblant Visit

To make the most of this exceptional program, here are 5 tips to help you plan your visit to Tremblant this summer:

  1. Book your accommodation in advance: Rooms and condos fill up quickly, especially during peak periods. Make sure to book early to guarantee your spot and not miss any festivities.
  2. Check the show calendar: With 185 free performances, there’s something for every taste and desire. Plan your evenings based on the artists and musical genres you want to discover for an unforgettable musical experience.
  3. Explore the pedestrian village: Between shows, enjoy the unique atmosphere of Tremblant’s pedestrian village. Stroll through charming streets, discover local shops, savor a meal at one of the many restaurants, and participate in various activities around.
  4. Relax on the terraces: Take the time to relax and enjoy a meal or a drink on one of Tremblant’s many sunny terraces. It’s the perfect opportunity to recharge while enjoying the stunning views of the mountains and village.
  5. Participate in special events: Don’t miss themed weekends like the salsa weekend or the blues festival for even richer and unique experiences.

Stay in the Heart of the Action

When everything you need is within reach, there’s no need for a car. Enjoy it all, right in the heart of nature: sleep, eat, play, and savor the shows. Tremblant has a wide choice of accommodations in the heart of the action, allowing you to fully live each moment, day and night.

Lodging offer

This Summer’s Headliners

Among the headline acts, discover Clay and Friends on July 6, known for their energetic performances blending funk, jazz, and contemporary influences. On July 26, Bobby Bazini will captivate with his soulful voice and emotive, upbeat songs. Dive into the electrifying indie folk ambiance of The Franklin Electric on July 27. On August 2, Galaxie will transport you to a psychedelic rock universe. Finally, on August 3, experience Loud, skillfully combining Quebecois rap rhythms with impactful lyrics. Each artist brings their unique touch, ensuring a rich and varied musical experience every evening, enriching your musical journey at Tremblant this summer.

Complete schedule

Corona Summit Evenings

These summer rendezvous offer three unique musical experiences at the summit of Mont-Tremblant, in an exceptional natural setting with breathtaking views of the Laurentians. On July 5, Les Jacks will create a warm atmosphere with their sunny and organic harmonies. On August 17, The Lost Fingers will take you back to the 90s with an interactive performance where the audience can relive the grunge/rock versus dance/pop musical battle by voting for their favorite songs. Finally, on September 21, Valaire will perform songs from their new EP “Sofa So Good,” released on March 5, 2024, blending jazz, electro, hip-hop, and pop.

Themed Weekends

From July 10 to 14: Get Ready for Some Good Blues

Blues lovers, get ready for five days of music with 82 shows and 80 artists, all free! The Tremblant International Blues Festival is a unique opportunity to dive into the enchanting world of this musical genre, with artists such as Lulu Hughes, Marc Broussard, and North Mississippi Allstars.

From July 18 to 20: Get Out Your Cowboy Hats

Prepare your cowboy boots and dance moves for some fun and a few “yee-haws!” The country atmosphere will take over Place Saint-Bernard with performances by Guylaine Tanguay, Andrew Hyatt, and Sara Dufour, among many others.

From August 9 to 10: Enjoy Folk Ballads for Summer Evenings

For more intimate performances, the folk ballads are the perfect occasion to get closer to the artists. These summer evenings promise moments of softness and connection with the music in the open air.

From August 23 to 25: Don’t Miss Our Salsa Weekend

For those who love Latin rhythms, don’t miss our salsa weekend. Dance classes and Latin music await you for a hot date with The Canadian Salsa Festival Project.

From August 31 to September 2: Experience a Festive Musical Getaway

Under the artistic direction of Angèle Dubeau, this festive musical getaway celebrates musical diversity, from classical to jazz to world music. The program features renowned artists and virtuosos to discover.

Whether you’re a music lover, a dance enthusiast, or simply looking for an unforgettable summer getaway, come join us in Tremblant for some great shows!