Montreal’s Igloofest 2020 Winter Festival Promises to be A Blast

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Igloofest 2020
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Montreal’s Igloofest 2020, the winter festival that makes us excited for the colder weather and the snow is back.

The Old Port of Montreal’s outdoor winter party lineup has just been released. And it looks like it’s going to be a success, getting people out of their warm homes and onto the streets, whatever the weather.

Sure, people that live in warmer climates might think we’re crazy, but we’re not going to let a little cold and snow keep us down.

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If there’s a party, Montrealer’s will be there, even if it means with snowsuits and tuques. And yes, we are proud to live in a city that hosts the coldest music festival in the world.

Starting on January 16, 2020 Igloofest will rock the city with great music, bar kiosks, tasty foods and even a boutique for some must-have items. It’s all happening at the Quai Jacques-Cartier, every weekend until February 8.

Here’s a look at the lineup playing throughout the winter music festival on both the Sapporo and Videotron stages:

Igloofest 2020 Lineup

  • The Blaze DJ set
  • Lauer
  • Silktits
  • Charlotte
  • VJ Bunbun
  • Zab Laf
  • Alpha 9
  • Gabriel & Dresden
  • Kora
  • Gab Rhome
  • Wuachuma
  • Johnny Ranger
  • Kitana
  • Reinier Zonneveld
  • Diagraf

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  • Honey Soundsystem
  • Remoz
  • Sébastien Samyn
  • Rezz
  • I_O
  • Lunr
  • VJ Cafrine
  • Vladimir Cauchemar
  • Coach Vic
  • Kitana
  • Robert Hood
  • CMD
  • Jeremy Olander
  • Hicky & Kalo
  • Alya V
  • VJ Neno
  • Rüfüs du Sol
  • Cri
  • Esther Coté
  • Maylee Keo
  • Sentimental Rave
  • Tind B2B
  • Zeds Dead
  • Eprom
  • Michael Sparks
  • Tetsouille
  • Hugues Clément
  • VNSSA
  • The Holy
  • Zab Laf
  • Chaos in the CBD
  • Myriam Boucher
  • VJ Bunbun

Igloofest 2020

When: Weekends, January 16 to February 8 from 7:30 PM – 12:30 AM
Where: Quai Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal
Price: $20.50 and up

Click the link for tickets online, the entire lineup and more info.