As of this Sunday, July 27, bottles of wine will be emptied into the buckets when ordered. Yes! For obvious safety reasons, the Jean-Drapeau park has asked us to eliminate its glass containers, which have been the subject of many headaches for our security and maintenance crews. Obviously, it’s always possible to get wine by the glass. Don’t fret, sharing a bucket is more enjoyable than sharing a bottle! It was me who told you so.
For the final Piknic in July, we join forces with MEG Montreal for our annual joint spotlight on the best of contemporary music from France. On the MOOG stage, we’re celebrating the young Parisian label ClekClekBoom, who’ve been shaking hips all over the world with their improbable fusion of bass, house, ghetto and techno. (...)
For the second year (and for eternity), Eco-Cup glasses are back at Piknic. And nothing can stop us: now we have not one, but TWO formats: 12oz and 20oz for Sapporo draft beer. According to scientific calculations, we can now say that the glass of Sapporo beer in its indigenous 20oz format, at a price of $7.50, is the best deal on the beer menu. But we will let you judge for yourselves! (...)
The STM customizes transport options for all types of piknicers. That’s how much they love us! Today’ we’re touring all the options for organizing a Piknic trip, an evening or a weekend. (...)
You know the funny Quebec tradition that continues year after year, around July 25th, at campsites in the province? You know, the one that involves decorating golf karts, exchanging gifts, taking out the big holiday lights and installing them on the trailer? We’re talking about... the Camper's Christmas!
We await the date impatiently, a little like children wanting to open presents on the evening of 24. You’ll understand why, on July 27th, when we host a kitsch Piknic to the theme of a Camper's Christmas! (...)
Ikonika's quick-fire mix of Hyperdub material for Sinden's Rotation series is this week's mix of the week.
After back-to-back double Piknics, we’re back to our regular format this third weekend of July. But a Sunday it will be! Montreal’s leading house-music imprint, Mile End Records, will be taking over the MOOG stage for a showcase of their new generation of talent. (...)