The Festi-Volant (Grandes-Piles)
The Festi-Volant des Grandes-Piles will be in full swing February 11 and 12, 2023. This is the largest winter kite festival in the country! In addition to acrobatic kite flying, many other activities are offered to entertain spectators, like snow slides, fireworks, and an igloo maze.
Christmas in the Park (Montreal)
In the heart of the city, specifically the Place Émilie-Gamelin, shows, thematic activities and other events will charm young and old alike in a festive ambiance for almost the entire month of December. A great way to get into the spirit of the season!
Montréal en Lumière (Montreal)
Don’t miss the 24th edition of Montréal en Lumière, from February 16 to March 5, 2023. The program features shows and culinary events as well as activities such as the illuminated swings and the skating loop, all presented in an unforgettable party atmosphere.
The Cinoche Festival (Baie-Comeau)
From February 9 to 19, 2023, cinephiles will gather at Baie-Comeau, in the Côte-Nord region, for the 34th Cinoche Festival. Those who aren’t afraid of the cold can even attend the original “Images de glace” event: a film projected over a wide screen made of snow.
The Festival Feu et Glace (Repentigny)
Lanaudière is host to the region’s biggest outdoor event: the Festival Feu et Glace. For two weekends, festival-goers can enjoy free open-air shows in addition to snow slides, music and great food!
The Carnaval Mégantuque (Lac-Mégantic)
The Carnaval Mégantuque, held in the Western Townships regions, is the season’s not-to-be-missed winter family fun event. Inflatable play structures, food trucks and several other activities are planned throughout March 2023.