There are nearer than 100 shows, most of them free, presented on 4 outdoor stages, in 8 participating resto-bars of the pedestrian village, at Église du village Church and at Casino de Mont-Tremblant.
Ten days of music featuring blues legends, aspiring stars and emerging artists following today’s musical trends.
Over the years, the Festival has welcomed numerous international blues, rock and rhythm and blues legends such as Johnny Winter, Buddy Guy, Keb Mo, James Cotton, Koko Taylor, Blind Boys of Alabama, Mavis Staples, Bettye LaVette, Jonny Lang Elvin’s Bishop Bug Fun trio, Beth Hart, Robert Randolph, Shemekia Copeland, Curtis Salgado, CJ Chenier, John Hammond, Coco Montoya, Tower of Power among others.
The Tremblant International Blues Festival received the 2013 award in the “International Festival” category during the “Keeping the Blues Alive Awards” ceremony of The Blues Foundation in recognition of its significant contribution to blues music.
The Tremblant International Blues Festival is one of the largest musical events in Canada.
Year after year, the Festival attracts over 100 000 festival-goers.
The team in charge of the Tremblant International Blues Festival has been integrating sustainable development into the event for a few years already. A few of the environmentally friendly measures implemented include managing the waste produced, choosing local suppliers, and reusing materials (water coolers, recyclable plates, and organic cotton t-shirts). The Festival’s team is very proud of the efforts made and the results generated and encourages visitors and artists to join the movement and do their part to help!
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