This Sunday, August 3rd, Piknic takes a VACATION! Because there’s this small festival storming Parc Jean-Drapeau. Osheaga… you know it? Once more this year, the Piknic Electronik stage is back. You can attend the performances of Tom Trago, Laurent Garnier, Breach, Jon Hopkins and many others instead!
As always, just a reminder, you must have your Osheaga ticket or pass to access the site and the Piknic stage. Piknic’s season pass is not valid this weekend! .
Will we miss you? Yes. You'll miss us too. The next Piknic will be held at Jardins des Floralies, our alternate site, on August 10th. (...)
A big Sunday, fully loaded in terms of programming and festivities. Here’s our Top 5, as exciting as an advent calendar five days from Christmas.
1) Installing the Decor
Once Mother Nature had agreed to get into the holiday spirit (she gave us a bit of attitude), we had the pleasure of riding out our beautiful Christmas decorations under the July sun. Pine trees, candy canes, a Santa throne, giant flakes... It was a big deal! The Camper's Christmas is something we take to heart. There was something in the air...
Craig Richards, Bob Moses and more have been added to this summer's line-up!
You know the funny Quebec tradition that continues year after year, around July 25th, at campsites in the province? You know, the one that involves decorating golf karts, exchanging gifts, taking out the big holiday lights and installing them on the trailer? We’re talking about... the Camper's Christmas!
We await the date impatiently, a little like children wanting to open presents on the evening of 24. You’ll understand why, on July 27th, when we host a kitsch Piknic to the theme of a Camper's Christmas! (...)
As of this Sunday, July 27, bottles of wine will be emptied into the buckets when ordered. Yes! For obvious safety reasons, the Jean-Drapeau park has asked us to eliminate its glass containers, which have been the subject of many headaches for our security and maintenance crews. (...)
For the final Piknic in July, we join forces with MEG Montreal for our annual joint spotlight on the best of contemporary music from France. On the MOOG stage, we’re celebrating the young Parisian label ClekClekBoom, who’ve been shaking hips all over the world with their improbable fusion of bass, house, ghetto and techno. (...)
For the second year (and for eternity), Eco-Cup glasses are back at Piknic. And nothing can stop us: now we have not one, but TWO formats: 12oz and 20oz for Sapporo draft beer. (...)
The STM customizes transport options for all types of piknicers. That’s how much they love us! Today’ we’re touring all the options for organizing a Piknic trip, an evening or a weekend.
The Occasional Piknicer
You don’t take public transit too often because, y'know, you have a bike and walk to get from Point A to Point B. Except on Sundays, because Sunday, you like to relax. You come to Piknic via metro with a lunch in hand and leave from where you arrive. Simple as that. You are: The occasional return-trip. (...)
It was hot n’ humid at last Sunday’s Piknic. We love summer, and summer loves us. A small Top 5 countdown then, of moments to be consumed with a small package frozen peas on the neck. (...)
After back-to-back double Piknics, we’re back to our regular format this third weekend of July. But a Sunday it will be! Montreal’s leading house-music imprint, Mile End Records, will be taking over the MOOG stage for a showcase of their new generation of talent. (...)
Take a look at this fantastic contest! For a 3rd year, the STM pulls out the stops and invites you and 20 of your friends to the July 27 Piknic! (...)
Our top moments for the second double-Piknic, which was sunny as ever. Within a few millimeters anyways. (...)
We’re in full summer mode now. For the second Piknic of July, we return with another double-header to keep you dancing for the whole weekend. We get started on Saturday, July 12th, with a FREE event as part of Weekends of the World. (...)
We were treated to a tasty double-Piknic this weekend! We’ll tell you about here in five easy steps.
This Sunday, we honor the hairy chin with a theme day, Beards-to-Piknic, in collaboration with Montreal Complètement Cirque.
Is your beard three inches deep or even longer? Them your entrance to the Piknic is FREE. Someone must reward your efforts. (...)