Tremblant puts on a show all July starting with Canada Day

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Starting next week, visitors will be pleased to see the pedestrian village come alive with open-air concerts throughout the month of July. Tremblant’s very own festive atmosphere will make the summer days even more magical. Several free shows, presented in late afternoon or in the evening, on stages in the heart of the pedestrian village, add that little something special that can’t be found anywhere else in Quebec!

Mont-Tremblant, QC, Canada July 1 2023 – Fête du Canada à Tremblant Photo: Gary Yee (garyphoto.ca)

Here are the July events that will not disappoint:

To kick off the month and celebrate Canada Day, festivities kick off at 12 p.m. with face painting and entertainment in the pedestrian village, on July 1. The Gracefully Hip, a tribute to Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, will cover most of their hits from 1989 to 2000, starting at 2 p.m. on the Place Saint-Bernard outdoor stage.

A new event is on: The Corona Evenings at the Summit event. These unique musical gatherings take place in a natural setting offering breathtaking views of the Laurentians. There will be three evenings on the program this summer, the first of which takes place on Friday, July 5, with the band Les Jacks.

On Saturday, July 6, the highly anticipated Montreal band Clay and Friends will get the crowd dancing on the Place Saint-Bernard as part of Les Rythmes Tremblant, a series of shows. It starts at 9 p.m. and is a guaranteed party atmosphere!

The following day, on Sunday July 7, the event Yoga Session at the Summit by Vuori invites those who wish to experience a rejuvenating moment of gratitude at the summit of the highest peak in the Laurentians. Registration is still open. *The cost of the gondola ticket is not included, but the activity is free. Bring your yoga mat.

Mont-Tremblant, QC, Canada July 14 2023 – Johnny Max Band au Festival International Du Blues De Tremblant à Tremblant Photo: Gary Yee (garyphoto.ca)

The 29th edition of the Tremblant International Blues Festival will take place from July 10 to 14, and once again, the event showcases renowned artists in Blues, Folk and Bluegrass music from all over the world. Blues fans will have the opportunity to listen to great blues musicians such as North Mississipi All Stars, Marc Broussard and Terrance Siemen and Zydeco Experience. Many favorites are back this year, like Steve StrongmanMonkeyJunkGuy Bélanger and Carl Tremblay, among others. There is also a 100% Quebec program on Saturday evening with Lulu Hughes & Friends. Performances start early in the afternoon and continue late at night, not only on the outdoor stages, but also in the village’s bars and restaurants, as well as at the Casino Mont-Tremblant. The family zone is back, with on-site entertainment, face-painting and coloring workshops, a caricaturist and interactive musical bikes.

Les Rythmes Tremblant takes over the weekend of July 18-20 with its New Country program. The weekend kicks off in style with Guylaine Tanguay on Friday evening, at 8:30 p.m., on the Place Saint-Bernard stage. The following afternoon, Wild Palominos and Blue Ridge Bandare on, followed by line dancing with the duo Caroline & Fannie. The evening features Ontario country singer Andrew Hyatt. On Sunday, another great day of music is planned, with Jeoffrey Charles and Léa Jarry in the afternoon. Later, Sara Dufour will close off the weekend in style.

Loto-Québec presents the Cabaret Éclats Tremblant , a circus show at the Casino de Mont-Tremblant. This big top show, created by Les 7 doigts, opens on July 24 and promises a colorful circus experience. Highly talented artists will shine in the various acts, as if suspended between the two sides of the mountain.

The last weekend of July will not disappoint, with two highly anticipated free concerts. On Friday, July 26, Bobby Bazini will perform starting at 9 p.m. Touring around the province with Pearl, his new album release, the Mont-Laurier native will present his new songs, as well as some of his greatest hits. To round off the month in style and funk, Montreal collective The Franklin Electric will ignite the village guests’ mood to get them dancing to their uplifting anthems.

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