Things to do at Tremblant in June

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As the mountain, lake and pedestrian village shift to the rhythm of milder weather, everything is ready to offer sports enthusiasts, festival-goers and wellness fans a memorable stay in the heart of an exceptional deep nature setting. After a long list of May activities comes a full summer event calendar, with festive celebrations, several new happenings and even more activities! And there’s something for everyone ‒ from Moment Factory’s exciting Tonga Lumina illuminated night walk to the Subaru IRONMAN 70.3, 5i50 and Sprint Mont-Tremblant Triathlon Festival presented by Sportium ‒ plus the celebrations surrounding the 10th anniversary of Casino de Mont-Tremblant. In fact, the whole family is sure to be kept happy and busy, from morning till night! Here’s what sportspeople and resort vacationers can expect in June, at Tremblant:

June 1 & 2 – Musical Weekends 

A weekend when Place Saint-Bernard resonates to the melodies of talented artists in a series of free shows, including one by Marc Anger and his violin on Saturday, and trio Les Jacks on Sunday.

June 7 to 9 – Alex Burrows Tour 

A major ball hockey tournament that is open to all. Teams from all over North America compete in 17 adrenaline-packed categories. Giant-screen thrills, DJs, exhibitor village, bouncy park, contest, prizes and cash awards.

June 14 to October 14 – Tonga Lumina

The third season of this signature Moment Factory sensory experience comes alive at nightfall. This immersive, interactive and illuminated night walk begins with a ride up the Flying Mile lift to its midway station. From there, it plunges visitors into the forest and wraps up later, back in the pedestrian village. Spectators explore an audio-visual universe that showcases the mountain’s natural elements, and draws its inspiration from local history and legends.

June 15  – Lolë White Tour

The popular wellness tour stops at Tremblant, calling all yogis dressed in white to attend an intimate experience on the Saint-Bernard Chapel grounds.

June 21 to 30  – 10th Anniversary of Casino de Mont-Tremblant

For its 10th anniversary, Casino de Mont-Tremblant is proposing 10 days of special activities: A performance by Gregory Charles and his instrumental trio, music shows, DJs, original games, the grand opening of the new MultiGame Zone and so much more!

June 22 & 23  – Subaru IRONMAN Triathlon Festival: 70.3, 5i50 & Sprint Mont-Tremblant presented by Sportium 

Over 5,500 athletes take part in either of 3 spectator-friendly events. Sprint and Olympic races on Saturday, Subaru IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant presented by Sportium on Sunday. Vacationers are invited to follow their performances with the IRONMAN tracking app.

June 29 to July 1 – Canada Day Weekend Celebrations

A Tragically Hip Tribute Show complements other musical performances and entertainment provided by the Banzaï troupe, organized especially for this long weekend brimming with family-friendly fun and activities, in addition to the flag-raising ceremony, cake and fireworks that are sure to please the young, and the young at heart!

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