Québec Winter Carnival
The largest and oldest winter carnival in the world is a must-see event that attracts thousands of visitors each year. For this 68th edition, the Québec Winter Carnival brings back its festive hub in the heart of the city. Bonhomme will also liven up all corners of the city with his finest snow and ice sculptures with the Scotiabank Snow Route. On Grande Allée, along the Parliament Building, you can visit 4 stationary themed floats. A tribute to the Parade, which cannot be presented this year due to heath measures.
Bonhomme’s Palace - Loto-Québec Zone (Place de l’Assemblage-Nationale) : This year, the palace will be inspired by the post-modern architecture of the great Californian villas. This is also where the musical shows are presented:
- February 4: Hip-Hop QUB Music Evening featuring Souldia, preceded by Zach Zoya, Naya Ali and Calamine.
- February 11: Electro Frette QUB Music Evening featuring DJs CastNowski, Tony Romera, Bassjackers and Misstress Barbara.
Jos’ Camp by Videotron (Place George-V): This is where you will find Axe Throwing, the Logging and Tripping obstacle course, the Hockey Shootout, dancing with the Trad Dance Revolution video game and a chance to embark on an adventure in A Forest Tale.
Cadbury Slides (Parc de la Francophonie): This site offers a inner tube sliding centre.
February 4 to 13, 2022 Everyday - All Day
It is on pre-sale now online and at participating Couche-Tard stores at a cost of $15 until January 15. After that date it will be on sale for $25.
The Effigy is the pass you need to access the activities of the 3 main carnival sites and the major musical events. It is not required for children 12 and under.
All Carnival activities have been planned according to the health measures in effect, in particular by making it mandatory to present a vaccination passport to enter the sites.