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At Igloofest, we swear by theses values: Inclusiveness, respect, tolerance, and diversity. There is zero tolerance for homophobia, racism, sexism, transphobia, and xenophobia.

If you need help, advice or just a break, our Hirondelles staff is here to help you (inside the Pavillon Scéna).

General FAQ

  • What is the format of the 2022 edition?

    Our goal is to hold a full general admission Igloofest. However, the final format will be subject to the evolution of the health situation and the COVID-19 rules in effect in Quebec between January 13 and February 5, 2022. Events remain subject to postponement or cancellation (with refund) depending on the capacity authorized on our site by public health.

  • After the cancellation of the OFF-Piknic in the fall, are you sure you can hold Igloofest in January?

    We hope to be able to present events in a normal configuration and we are working closely with Quebec Public Health.

  • Vaccination passport info

    Since September 1st, the vaccination passport is required by the Public Health to access our events. The vaccination passport certifies that a person 13 years of age or older is adequately protected against COVID-19. 

    When you arrive at the Piknic site, you'll need to provide proof of vaccination containing a QR code in one of the following three forms:

    - Paper format;
    - PDF format on your mobile device;
    - Proof on the VaxiCode application.
  • How do I retrieve my vaccination passport?

    All information regarding the operation and retrieval of your vaccination passport in all its forms can be found here: 

    https://www.quebec.ca/sante/problemes-de-sante/a-z/coronavirus-2019/deroulement-vaccination-contre-la-covid-19/passeport-de-vaccination-covid-19
  • What's Igloofest?

    Each winter, Igloofest unites thousands of electronic music fans to dance under the stars at Montreal’s Old Port. With its glacial décor and the location’s steel structures, its striking architectural stage design, its programming drawing from the best local and international DJs, and its Igloo village and “Iglooswag” snowsuit costume contest, Igloofest is one of Montreal’s coolest events and one of Canada’s most notable. In short, Montreal’s the place to be in January and February. #Fomo

  • What do I need to bring?

    Be sure to upload your proof BEFORE you come to the site. You will need your immunization passport (QR code) AND photo ID.

  • Where is Igloofest?

    At Jacques-Cartier pier in the Montreal's Old Port.

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  • Who's it for?

    For any and all winter warriors who want to challenge the cold and play outside and lovers of electronic music (or not) 18 years and older. That’s wassup!

  • When are your events?

    Igloofest is happening from Thursday to Saturday, from January 13th to February 5th, 2022. Join us from 7:30pm to 11pm on Thursdays, and from 7:30pm to 12:30am on Fridays and Saturdays.

  • How do I get there?
    Public Transportation

    #favoritetransitoption #sustainabledevelopment #responsiblepartying 

    Igloofest is a few minutes’ walk from the Champs-de-Mars and Place d’Armes Metro stations, on the orange line. Taking the bus is also an option. For all public transit routes and schedules, visit the STM website.

    Intercity Bus

    If you’re coming from further afield, the Montreal Bus Terminal welcomes regional, national and continental busses and is connected to the Berri-UQAM Metro station.

    Carpool

    Whether you’re a driver or passenger, AmigoExpress is there to save you money and help you meet new friends.

    Train

    VIA Rail Canada connects over 450 Canadian cities. If you’re coming from the United States, take Amtrak, which offers routes from several American cities to Montréal Central Station, which is connected by walkway to the Bonaventure Metro Station.

    Plane

    Only 20 minutes from downtown, Montréal-Trudeau International Airport welcomes over 40 of the world’s largest Airlines, with direct flights from over 130 destinations across Canada, the US and overseas.

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  • Is Igloofest accessible to people with reduced mobility?

    Yes. While there are no reserved sections for people with reduced mobility, accessible toilets are on site. We would also be happy to provide free entry to any guides helping those with reduced mobility. To take advantage of this offer, please visit customer service when you arrive on site.

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  • What isn't allowed on site?
    • Alcoholic beverages purchased outside the site;
    • Glass containers;
    • Illegal drugs;
    • Animals, except registered service dogs;
    • Firearms, knives, other weapons.
  • Can I bring and consume cannabis on site?

    Under the new law...

    • smoking or vaping cannabis is now prohibited in all public places;
    • since January 1st, 2020, buying or possessing cannabis is prohibited under 21 years old.
  • What happens if I lose my belongings on site?

    Write us at objetsperdus@igloofest.ca the day after the event to see if we found your stuff. After 15 days, unclaimed items will be donated to charity.

    Igloofest is not responsible for stolen or broken items. Please keep your personal effects with you at all times.

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