Tremblant calendar events for this summer

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As the third largest tourism pole in Québec, Tremblant inspires vacationers to come live an ever more exceptional guest experience. For Summer 2024, the destination is going all in with a strong cultural program showcasing over 185 free outdoor shows during the summer months, in addition to unique and original new activities.

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Mont Tremblant, QC, Canada September 24 2021 – Tonga Lumina in Tremblant Photo: Gary Yee (garyphoto.ca)

Unrivaled Event Lineup & Free Shows All Summer Long     

Early summer, Tremblant shifts into action mode at the heart of the pedestrian village. World-class sports events and free outdoor shows complete a diversified lineup − with something fun to do or see, on every visit.

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In June, major events unfurl one after the other, like the Canada Cup XCO/Québec XCC Mountain Bike Series on June 1-2 that attracts trail riding fans, and thepedestrian village gears up to host high-ranking athletes here for the challenge. Days later, June 5-9, the Ball Hockey World Cup and NBHPA Festival are twin events that draw elite dek hockey players. The weekend of June 22-23 is devoted to top triathlon athletes on the start line of the IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant when close to 3,000 triathletes compete on a 1.9 km swim, 90 km ride and 21.1 km run. 

In July, music fills the pedestrian village and its spectacular setting with entirely free musica performances. On the Place St-Bernard stage, evenings promise to be highly entertaining:

  • Saturday July 6 showcases the band that earned its first Félix award at last November’s Premier Gala de l’ADISQ, in the Show of the Yearcategory: Clay and Friends
     
  • The Tremblant International Blues Festival returns in a five-day format, July 10-14, with big headliners like North Mississippi Allstars, Marc Broussard, Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience as well as a Québéc component − Lulu Hughes & Friends. This must-attend Tremblant summer event is for all, offering up-close-and-personal moments with the artists, daytime and nighttime shows, a family zone, entertainment in the village, and so much more.
     
  • Les Rythmes Tremblant proposes themes based on different musical genres all summer long, like  Les Rythmes New-Country held July 18-19-20. The 2024 edition features highly talented artists like Guylaine Tanguay, Sara Dufour, Andrew Hyatt and Léa Jarry.
     
  • Save the Dates: Friday July 26, Bobby Bazini performs songs from his Pearl album; Saturday July 27, Montreal band The Franklin Electric with frontman Jon Matte are sure to set fire to the stage.

The month of August gets equal attention with another string of high-end artists and shows:

  • Friday August 2, the crowd is sure to bust out some moves for bandGalaxieand its indie garage rock  sound. The next day, Saturday August 3, Montreal rapper Loudexplodes onto the scene and wrapping up the weekend on Sunday August 4 is Tone Callspecifically invited to get the party going!
     
  • Back by popular demand: The Folk Weekend, August 9-10, featuring Jason Bajada, and the Barr Brothers among others.
     
  • A new event is making its summertime debut: Tremblant Salsa, August 23-25, for those who like their music and dancing caliente!
     
  • La Fête de la musique celebrates the end of summer with classical and world music with art director Angèle Dubeau, August 31 to September 2.

Personalized Stays & New Things to Do              
With 13 hotels at the heart of its Resort village, over 70 restaurants, boutiques and cafés and a full lineup of onsite activities, a Tremblant getaway can be tailored to meet everyone’s wishes, group size or holiday preferences. Making it easier for vacationers who can now choose among 16 onsite activities is the all-new Multiactivity Bundle. Also new this summer: Summer Tubing! The synthetic summer ski trail takes fun to the next level with one side for skiing, the other for tubing.  Summer skiing and tubing experiences are unique to Tremblant and until June 20, there’s a great discount on Multiactivity Packages.

Summer 2024’s highly awaited upcoming launch is restaurant Léo boire + manger on Promenade Deslauriers, inside the Westin Tremblant Hotel. Its festive brasserie experience is led by Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality corporate executive chef Anthony Walsh, and Montreal’s Bar George executive chef Kevin Ramasawmy. From breakfast to dinner, Léo will propose a unique Tremblant culinary experience in an upscale decor, and trendy atmosphere.

Lastly, the Fairmont Tremblant is embarking on Fairmont guest room and Residence suite transformations, promising its clientele a chic alpine lifestyle. Without suspending hotel operations, renovations will be completed late summer.  

Tremblant has the perfect recipe pairing down-time with that getaway feeling, and living unforgettable experiences.

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