95 exhibitors, 40 microbreweries and out of this world programming for 3 days of pure pleasure!
The Repentigny Oktoberfest festivities are set to blow up from September 6 to 8 at Parc de l’Île-Lebel, in Repentigny. A full-on celebration of Quebec microbreweries, the 2019 edition features an outstanding comedy and music lineup, in a festive fairground environment. On site, the public will get to enjoy rides, carnival games, food trucks, gourmet products, conferences, and a rest area with colourful furniture. Plus, the new concert stage offering the “Oktoberfestive” an explosion of fun that will surely be memorable!
Music, comedy, and discoveries!
Located less than 45 minutes away from Montréal, on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Oktoberfest is a must-see event in Lanaudière. It’s a place to meet local brewers and producers, as well as a big party combining music and comedy. Music-wise, the bands Alaclair Ensemble and Québec Redneck Bluegrass have confirmed their presence and are sure to give intense performances on the Repentigny Chevrolet Stage. A dozen outdoor concerts by emerging artists will also take place on the Loto-Québec Stage. Also, make sure to buy your ticket for the comedy nights, presented in collaboration with Diffusion Hector-Charland. More details will be announced shortly.
An official beer
Brewed by Brasserie Mille-Îles in Terrebonne, the official beer of the 2019 edition is a sour IPA with blackberries. Under its purple dress, it gives off aromas of berries. Its cold brewing of Belma, Huell Melon, Citra, Simcoe and Mosaic hops accentuates the aromas of blackberries with a touch of melon and tropical fruits. Its light body gives way to a crisp acidity supported by the flavour of blackberries. A perfect beer that will refresh your taste buds. 5.8% ABV. On sale in can format, starting this July, in several places in Quebec.
Dates: September 6 to 8, 2019
Location: Lebel Island Park, Repentigny
Friday: 15h to 23h
Saturday: 11h to 23h
Sunday: 11h to 18h
The presale tickets will be available from July.
Free for 17 years old and –