Festivals and Events

All year round, Lanaudière is the venue for many festivals and events of very type. Summer or winter, the young and not-so-young can enjoy festivals and celebrations throughout the region. Any reason is a good reason to celebrate in Lanaudière. Come and join in!

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Marché de Noël de Terrebonne
From December 5 2014 to December 21 2014 Terrebonne

Come and discover the products of our local and regional artisans. Something for people of all ages. More than 25,000 lights in the trees, a big wheel and artistic performances.

Carnaval sur l'Île-des-Moulins
From January 23 2015 to January 25 2015 Terrebonne

In the heart of winter, Île-des-Moulins invites you to brave the cold and attend two thematic evenings, Friday and Saturday.

L'Internationale de Chiens de traîneaux Lanaudière
From January 23 2015 to January 25 2015 L'Épiphanie
This famous international dog sledding competition, which brings together more than 100 dog teams, will be back in 2015 for the 12th time.
Saint-Côme en Glace
From January 24 2015 to February 8 2015 Saint-Côme

Come admire some 50 ice sculptures along the main street. Entertainment, ice slides, exhibitors, traditional music, performances, mascot, sleigh rides, fishing pond. Saint-Côme on ice, a must-see in Lanaudière!

Festi-Glace de la rivière l'Assomption
From January 30 2015 to February 8 2015 Joliette

Come have tons of winter fun with your parents and friends on the 9-km ice trail along the L'Assomption River, and enjoy our festive program of dance, music and entertainment. 

Festival Feu et Glace
From February 8 2015 to February 16 2015 Repentigny

The Festival Feu et Glace is back with guaranteed fun for the whole family!

Carnaval Matha-Tuque
From February 27 2015 to March 1 2015 Saint-Jean-de-Matha
Free access to the site and activities. The 3-day Carnival Matha-Tuque offers a variety of activities such as inflatable games.
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Official site of Tourisme Lanaudière
Tourisme Lanaudière represents almost 400 enterprises and other entities and is officially recognized by the Quebec government as a regional tourism association. This non-profit organization brings business people together with the aim of helping the region's economy grow by coordinating, developing and promoting tourism.