Festival Activities

FREE site: 12pm - 11pm daily, July 7th - 10th, 2022 (General Area)

PAID $$ site: 5pm - 11pm daily, July 8th - 10th, 2022 (Concert Zone only)

Concert Zone – PAID $

Our concert stage returns for this Reggae Edition with four days of reggae inspired live acts from roots & culture to dancehall, reggaeton, afro-beats, soca, and even EDM-fusion.

*Free One Love Bob Marley Tribute Concert to launch the festival on Thursday, July 7. Montreal artists from a variety of genres will take the stage to pay homage to the musical giant. Fans will surely revel and sing along to classics such as, “One Love”, “No Woman, No Cry”, “Get Up, Stand Up” and many more!

Schedule to be announced…

Kids Area – FREE ACCESS

With several kids activities and toys, magic tricks, limbo, and more, Imports Dragon has something for all ages.

Schedule to be announced…

Pepito Sangria Dancefloor – FREE

Once again, festival goers can join in on interactive dance workshops and watch energetic performances of dance styles including Cuban salsa, Dominican bachata, Haitian konpa, Trinidadian soca, Jamaican reggae/dancehall and more!

Schedule to be announced…

The Rum Zone

Our rum zone has become a great way to discover Caribbean rums and is a festival favorite! Each year, our rum ambassador, Gabrielle Panaccio (from Bar Le Lab) is proud to present a number of rum sampling kits to tease the palette.

Connoisseurs and the curious can choose from sets of spiced and aged rums, and taste them in a festive atmosphere. There will also be free mixology demonstrations showing how to mix classic cocktails.

Schedule to be announced…

Del Monte Soccer Zone – FREE

Back for the second year in a row, the Soccer Zone features 3-on-3 pick-up games, soccer skills clinic, and more!

Schedule to be announced…

Bob Marley & Reggae Heritage Exhibit

Explore the musical and cultural impact of reggae worldwide, across musical genres with videos, photos, books, as well as daily presentations of “Reggae Talks”, with intimate conversations with insiders and authorities of the Canadian music industry on reggae and its influence on Canadian scene music.

Schedule to be announced…

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