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Here's What The First Piknic Électronik Of The Summer Looked Like (PHOTOS)

Montreal is coming alive again. ✨
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Here's What The First Piknic Électronik Of The Summer Looked Like (PHOTOS)

You know summer in Montreal has officially begun now that Piknic Électronik is back in action. Saturday, July 3 marked its first day of 2021 and it seemed to be quite a hit with Montrealers.

Here's what the day looked like, courtesy of the venue's Instagram stories.

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Montreal looked alive and well again as Piknic goers vibed out to different DJs.

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It was, of course, not exactly the same visual as in years past due to the new health measures put in place.

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But, that didn't seem to stop anyone from having a good time.

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There were two time slots for people to attend at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. Artists included Jesse Futerman, silktits, Leëf, The Holy, Mandiz, and Bolarinho.

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If you missed the first day and these pictures are making you feel some serious FOMO — no stress. It'll be on twice a day every Saturday and Sunday until October 10 at Parc Jean-Drapeau.

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