Yes, performances are held rain or shine (with the exception of hazardous weather conditions). It is possible that weather conditions may cause some delays in the presentation of shows. I’ll stay informed!
Only portable and folding chairs are allowed in the area provided. The front of the stage area does not allow the use of chairs. Due to the large number of festival-goers, the security team may ask that chairs be closed so that everyone can access the site of the Loto-Québec Main Stage and enjoy the shows.
Several chemical toilets are installed at different locations on the festival site. Adapted toilets are available for people with reduced mobility. Some permanent toilets are also available near the tennis court and the youth center. For more details on these areas, please visit the Access to the site page.
Yes, there are spaces in the Loto-Québec Main Stage area, in the Fireboxes area and in the Privilege Zone area. An access ramp to the Bistro SAQ allows people with reduced mobility to get there. For more details on these areas, go to the Access to the site page.
Lost items can be returned and/or picked up at the information booth on the festival grounds or you can contact email@example.com for help. Please note that the organisation of the festival is not responsable for stolen or lost objects.