Your Chance To Go To Montreal's Osheaga Music Festival For FREE

The best music festival of the summer.
Your Chance To Go To Montreal's Osheaga Music Festival For FREE

Are you itching to attend some of Montreal's most epic festivals but you're just too broke to buy tickets. Sadly, this is the reality of many Montreal students.

But luckily we have some good news for those of you who are feeling a little lucky.

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The STM is holding a special contest where you could win FREE double passes to 3 of the most popular events in Montreal:

  • Osheaga
  • Piknic Électronik
  • Île Soniq

Yup, all three!

The only catch is, you must be a student, 18 to 25 years old and registered full-time for the 2016 fall term.

If you meet these requirements just fill out this form on the STM's website and you're entered to win.

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