Piknic Electronik 2018 Line-up Announced

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Piknic Electronik 2018 Line-up – We’ve got your Sunday covered! Piknic Electronik has finally released its official 2018 line-up with all the best local and international electronic music. Montrealers love this festival, and this year it will be running from the May 20th (today) until the September 30th, so make sure you’ve got your sunblock ready, because Piknic is back tonight ! We’ve got the official line-up for you as well as some photos from last year to get you back into Piknic mood… Enjoy !

Piknic Électronik Montreal is an outdoor electronic music event aiming to offer immersive, social experiences in a friendly environment. Located in an urban park just 10 minutes from downtown Montreal, he brings together thousands of electronic music enthusiasts every Sunday from May to September. Piknic Électronik Montreal diverse programing has made it a highlight of the Montreal summer cultural circuit for over 15 years. This summer, Piknic is back with 21 events on the calendar from May 20th to September 30rd, 2018.

The Piknic concept has expanded beyond Montreal’s borders. In 2012, the first Piknic Électronik kicked off in Barcelona, followed by Melbourne and Dubai in 2014 and Santiago Chile in 2015. More international cities are coming soon, so stay tuned!

Piknic is always free for children of 12 and under.
For all ticket related questions and group rates (20 people minimum), please contact billetterie@piknicelectronik.com.

2018 Line-Up
2018 Line-Up

 

Piknic Electronik
Piknic Electronik

 

Piknic Electronik
Piknic Electronik

 

Piknic Electronik
Piknic Electronik

What is PiknicÉlectronik – Piknic Électronik is a weekly electronic music festival which takes place every Sunday during the summer in Montreal, Quebec. Established in 2003, the festival takes place at Parc Jean-Drapeau and features local and international DJ’s and producers.

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