2021 is just around the corner and with all this talk of a COVID-19 vaccine, it's looking more and more likely that Montreal's festival season will go off in a big way.

While this year has taught us there are no guarantees to anything, a few big marquee Montreal festivals have already announced plans to return next year in one form or another.

Make sure to save this article because we'll update it as more are announced! 

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Osheaga 

When: July 30 – August 1, 2021

Osheaga has already announced that it's planning to come back for summer 2021 with three HUGE headliners: Foo Fighters, Cardi B and Post Malone. 

While the ticket price might blow your mind, you can pay it off in installments for the first time ever!


Igloofest

When: January 14 – February 6, 2021

Though it'll only happen online this year, you can still get the full Igloofest experience if you set up some speakers outside, wear inadequate socks and a neon snowsuit, and dance in the street. 

POP Montreal 

When: September 22 – 26, 2021 

POP Montreal spokesperson Jeremy Spellanzon confirmed to MTL Blog that organizers are planning for POP's 20th-anniversary edition but will "be flexible and adapt [the] event to whatever restrictions and conditions we are faced with."


Montréal en Lumière & Nuit Blanche

When: February 18 – 28, 2021

The full schedule will be out in February, but the famous wintertime festival plans to come back in 2021 with a mix of virtual and in-person events.


The last festival we've heard from is Piknic Électronik. A spokesperson told MTL Blog that an announcement is coming as soon as possible.

Stay tuned for more.

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