Downtown Montreal's "Free EDM Festival" 2017 Lineup Announced

The biggest event of its kind in the city!
Downtown Montreal's "Free EDM Festival" 2017 Lineup Announced

Get ready Montreal, because the city's biggest free outdoor EDM festival is back again this year with an awesome lineup!

Every year Villa Paradizo takes over Crescent street for a massive outdoor party

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This is the 4th year in a row the party is taking place, so you can bet that this year will be bigger and better than ever!

It all take place September 8 - 9 on Crescent Street, downtown.

Check out the poster below for the full lineup of artists taking over the stage this year:

Here's the lineup:

If Villa Paradizo sounds like the best event you could possibly attend, check out their Facebook page for more information.

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