Piknic Électronik 2014 Official Lineup

Montreal's greatest summer long music festival is back.
Piknic Électronik 2014 Official Lineup

Montreal's Summer 2014 is nearly upon us, and the Piknic Électronik 2014 official lineup brings all the sun & fun that much closer.

Starting off with a two-day blowout weekend on May 18th-19th, Piknik Électronik turns Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau into the weekly summer event every single Sunday 'til September 22nd. Rain or shine, the city will be dancing outdoors to the best DJs Montreal and the world at-large have to offer. We can't wait.

Plan your summer weekends now with the Piknic Électronik 2014 official lineup, all below.

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