When is LASSO?

The 3rd edition of LASSO Montreal will take place on August 16 & 17, 2024.

Where does the festival take place?

LASSO takes place at Parc Jean-Drapeau, located on Saint Helen's Island, close to downtown Montreal. The yellow line of the STM's metro system, that you can take from the Berri-UQAM station, will lead you to the Jean-Drapeau station, right next to the site of the festival.


Keep the party going after the festival at LASSO After Dark on Friday, August 16 at 11p.m at MTELUS.

When is LASSO in the city?

The biggest country party of the year starts with LASSO in the city! Every year, we kickoff the LASSO festival weekend with a country night in Montreal with a show at MTELUS hosted by Sirius XM. Check out this year's lineup and see y'all there on August 15th, 2024!

Is the festival an all-ages event?

Yes, LASSO is an all-ages event! Children aged 10 and under are admitted for free when accompanied by an adult with a valid LASSO festival ticket. From 11 years old and over, they must have a valid ticket to enter.

Due to the limited space available in the premium spaces, each person admitted to these sections will need to have a FRONT STAGE, Casino de Montréal GOLD or SKY SALOON BIRKENSTOCK ticket, including children.

Are you hiring workers and volunteers for the festival?

No, but thanks for your interest! If anything opens up, we will post about it.

Can medias and photographers get accredited for the festival?

For all questions regarding accreditation, please contact evenko's media relations department: [email protected].

What will the weather be like at the festival?

Summer in Montreal is usually hot and sunny, so sunglasses and sunscreen are highly recommended. The weather can be unpredictable, and we suggest you bring a jacket, raincoat or poncho in case of bad weather.

What if it rains?

Rain or shine, the show must go on! Please check the weather before coming to the site and dress accordingly!

Poor weather conditions may force us to temporarily interrupt the events. We invite you to stay connected to our social media platforms for the latest information.

Can I leave the festival site and come back later?

Re-admission will be allowed starting from 7 p.m.


Who are the headliners?

We're thrilled to welcome Eric Church & Sam Hunt to LASSO as the 2024 headliners!

When will the full lineup be announced?

The lineup is now announced!
See program
More artists to come. Stay roped in!

Festival headliners are the last to play on each given day, typically hitting the stage between 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. (subject to change). Headliners performs 90-plus-minutes set while the rest of the line-up plays anywhere between 30- to 90-minute sets.

At what time does the festival end?

LASSO ends at 11:00pm each night, but don’t let that stop you! Keep the party going at one of the official afterparties and check out all that Montréal has to offer!


What happens if an artist cancels their presence at the festival?

All festival performers, including headliners, are subject to change or cancellation at any time without notice. No refunds will be issued if a festival performer is changed or cancelled.


What can I bring?
Baby Strollers
Beach Towels and Blankets
Camping Chairs
  • No long folding chairs
  • No all metal or hard plastic chairs
  • No sunshades
Chewing Gum and Mints
Cowboy Boots and Hats
Digital Cameras
  • No professional cameras with lenses over 2.5” or other type of detachable lenses
Disposable cameras
Ear Plugs
Electronic Cigarettes
Eye Drops
Hand Sanitizer
Hydration Packs
  • Empty when entering the site
Lip balm
Phones and chargers
Small backpacks and bags/purses
  • Please note: all bags will be searched
  • No flammable aerosol cans
Service Animals
Water Bottles
  • Empty when entering the site
  • We encourage reusable water bottles
  • Water fountains on site
Waterproof ponchos/small umbrellas
Water misters
  • Empty when entering the site
  • No flammable aerosol cans
  • Except service animals
Beach Balls / Soccer Balls / Frisbees
  • Or any type of balls
Discriminatory or Appropriative Items
Divisive Symbols
Detachable Lenses or Lenses over 2.5"
Firearms, knives, or weapons of any kind
  • Guns, ammo, pocket knives, pepper spray, taser, etc.
Flags & banners
Glass bottles and cans
Hard-Sided Coolers
Illegal Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia
  • Please check regulations regarding cannabis and cannabis products
  • Prescriptions must be properly labeled and in a containter that match the holder's ID
Items Intended for Sales and Promotions
  • You need approval from the festival organizers
  • Items of the sort will be confiscated
Large backpacks (camping style)
Large Sports Umbrellas
Laser Pointers
Markers or Paint Pens
Musical instruments
Outside Alcoholic Beverages
Professional Video or Audio Recording Equipment
Selfie Sticks or Similar Monopods
  • Camping is prohibited at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Toy Guns or Water Guns
Walkie Talkies
Items that are on this list will be confiscated. We recommend not bringing them to the event site to save you the extra hassle. Any item deemed inappropriate by festival security can also be confiscated.
Cannabis Regulations

All cannabis products brought to the festival site must be sealed in SQDC packaging or from any other official government source and must have been purchased legally. Any cannabis products that do not conform to the law will not be accepted or allowed on site. Individuals may carry up to 30 grams, the maximum quantity permitted by law.

No sale or consumption of cannabis is allowed on the site.

Possession of cannabis is only permitted for individuals 21 and older.

Will there be medical services at LASSO?

Medical personnel will be present on site.

Please bring any prescription medications you need and avoid situations that could harm your health. Remember to stay hydrated, wear sunscreen and drink in moderation.

Code of Conduct

We aim to create an environment where festivalgoers can connect with music and with each other in a positive way. Take care of yourself, each other and the environment. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at any time if anything feels unsafe or weird.

LASSO is about celebrating individuality, expressing yourself, and throwing down. Our festival site is a judgment-free zone. So, leave your dirty looks and put-downs at home because there’s no place for them here. Do your thing and keep those boots rockin’!

Show Mother Nature some love! We are doing our part… But we can’t do it alone. We’re all in this together!

It’s hard to believe a city that’s so freezing in the winter can be scorching hot in the summer. But, trust us, you will want to be prepared to beat the Montreal heat! Grab your cowboy hat, coolest shades and SPF 50 and get ready for the sunshine. Rain is a good thing too, but come prepared with your rain gear and extra socks to fill those boots.

This is your safe place. We are committed to ensuring all festivalgoers feel safe at all times. LASSO is a space free from physical, verbal and sexual harassment, aggression, and violence. We’ll keep it simple for you, just follow the Holy Day Ranch rule: treat others as you want to be treated.

We know you’ve all got a whole lotta love to give, so spread it around! Free hugs always! High fives all around! Good vibes only! Be mindful of your surroundings and look out for your friends (this includes new friends too, we’re all family at LASSO!)

Be open to discovering new music, meeting new friends and enjoying new experiences. Those boots were made for walking. Wander, explore and engage. Live in the moment.

Safety and Respect First

We are committed to creating a safe, respectful, and enjoyable experience for everyone. Therefore, among our many security measures, a code of conduct has been established. Your cooperation is an important factor in creating a pleasant and enjoyable environment, and we thank you for following the following guidelines throughout the duration of the festival.

We ask that your conduct at our events remains pleasant, appropriate, and respectful. For the safety and comfort of our guests, the following behaviours could lead to the intervention of our security staff:

Offensive, discriminatory, abusive and illegal behaviour in any form, including

  • Language
  • Gestures
  • Clothing
  • Writing, signs, banners, etc.
  • Violence of any kind
  • Consumption/possession of illegal substances
As well as
  • Interfering with the normal course of the event
  • Providing a minor with alcohol and/or cannabis
  • Being a minor in possession of alcohol and/or cannabis
  • Being in possession of any prohibited items.
  • Any other conduct that may be deemed inappropriate by security or likely to harm the safety of people or property

We all have a responsibility to report any act that goes against the values we stand for. Do not hesitate to immediately report any security or incivility problem to a member of our staff.


Will the site be accessible by bike?

We encourage you to come to the festival by bike, a fast, efficient and environmentally-friendly way to get around! Upon arrival at the site, you will find a designated parking space to lock your bike.

Will the festival be accessible by public transportation?

Since Jean-Drapeau station is near the festival, taking the métro will be the best way to get around.

Plan your trip directly on the STM.

Buy your round-trip fare in advance to avoid waiting in line at Jean-Drapeau station:

24 hrs, All Modes A
Unlimited trips for 24 hours. Valid in Zone A. Island of Montréal only, including Jean-Drapeau station.

24 hrs, All Modes AB
Unlimited trips for 24 hours. Valid in Zone A and B, including Laval and Longueuil métro stations. Unlimited evening pass
Unlimited trips from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. the next morning. Valid in Zones A, B, C and D for bus, train networks and the REM.

2 trips, All Modes A
Valid in Zone A. Island of Montréal only, including Jean-Drapeau station.

2 trips, All Modes AB
Valid in Zones A and B, including Laval and Longueuil métro stations.

For full details, click here.

Will I be able to drive to LASSO?

We recommend taking the metro, but you can also carpool. Paid parking is available on Saint Helen's Island.


When do tickets go on sale?

LASSO 2024 2-day tickets and single-day tickets are on sale now!

Does LASSO offer payment options?

Yes. You can select the option Klarna when you checkout. An option of 4 payments every 2 weeks will be offered to you. Follow the steps to create your customer account and Klarna will automatically charge the payment on your credit card.

How can I purchase tickets?

2-day tickets and single-day tickets can be purchased online now!


Select the type of ticket you wish to purchase. Make sure to review your order as the sale is final. No exchanges or refunds will be authorized by evenko.

We reserve the right to refuse or cancel any transaction that exceeds the authorized limit.

When will my tickets be available to manage?

Only 1-2 months prior to the festival. You will be able to manage your tickets on the LASSO MTL mobile app via App Store or Google Play Store, with the same email you used when you bought your tickets. Download the app now & access your tickets this summer 2024.

Only 1-2 months prior to the festival. You will be able to manage your tickets on the LASSO MTL mobile app via App Store or Google Play Store, with the same email you used when you bought your tickets. Download the app now & access your tickets this summer 2024.

App Store
Google Play Store

Can I buy my tickets through a reseller? Can I check if they are valid?

Only passes originally purchased through LASSO's official ticketing partners can be guaranteed valid: evenko and Ticketmaster.

We can't guarantee the validity or support for any tickets purchased by unauthorized 3rd parties. There is no way to ensure the validity of a ticket purchased from a vendor other than evenko or Ticketmaster until it successfully scans into the Venue EVERY day. Adding this ticket to your digital wallet in advance doesn't ensure its validity.

Can I come to the festival for one day only?

Yes, you will be able purchase single day tickets for Friday, August 16 or Saturday, August 17, 2024 once they are on sale. Stay roped in!



What kind of facilities and services can I find at LASSO?
  • Many choices of food vendors including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Beer and other alcoholic beverages
  • Clean restrooms at several convenient locations on-site
  • Recycling and compost bins
Is it possible to camp on the LASSO site at Parc Jean-Drapeau?

No, camping is prohibited at Parc Jean-Drapeau.

What can I eat and drink at LASSO?

LASSO aims to provide you with a diverse selection of quality food. For more info, please consult the Food and beverage section. From poutine to vegan and gluten-free meals, the site will offer a wide variety of options including many food trucks.

You can buy beverages such as water, beer, and other spirits on-site. The legal drinking age in Quebec is 18. Please have two valid identity documents if you wish to consume alcoholic beverages at the venue.

It is permitted to bring an empty reusable water bottle to the LASSO site for refilling at the water fountains. Bringing alcohol is not allowed. Drink in moderation.

You may bring a snack for personal consumption (e.g. a candy bar). Meals, sandwiches, coolers or lunch boxes are not allowed on-site.

Will there be a Lost & Found at LASSO?

All unclaimed lost items during the festival are brought to the Bell Centre, where it will be possible for you to claim them. You must first send an e-mail to: [email protected] describing the lost item (colour, size, an image attached If you have one) If the lost item is found, you will need to come to the Bell Centre at 1225 St-Antoine Street, Montreal, H3C 5L2 after receiving confirmation from the security team. Unclaimed driver’s licenses and health insurance card unclaimed will be returned by mail.

How do you ensure that the site is clean and safe?
To ensure your safety and comfort, please follow these guidelines when attending the LASSO Festival:

  1. Make an effort to recycle, compost & dispose of your waste correctly.
  2. Please be polite to festival staff and other festival goers. Although crowds gather around the stages, please do not push others or get in the way.
  3. Please respect the Parc Jean-Drapeau and festival grounds. Please do not remove any signs, banners or posters on the LASSO site. Do not climb on trees or damage them.
  4. Respect the art. Several pieces of art are displayed on the festival site. Do not touch or move the art! Those who tamper with the art may be expelled from the festival grounds.
Will camping chairs be allowed on festival grounds?

You will be able to bring your camping chair! There will be a designated area with limited seating on a first-come, first-served basis. However, foldable long chairs will not be allowed. Chairs that stretch, are made entirely of metal or hard plastic, or are equipped with a sunshade will not be permitted.

Walking around with a chair is not allowed: once your chair is in the area, it must stay there until you decide to leave the festival grounds.

Will it be possible to book lockers on site?

You will be able to reserve a locker on the site daily or in a 2-day packag as the festival approaches.

Which payment method will be accepted at the site?

We only accept payments by debit and credit cards. No cash will be accepted at the site.

Is LASSO certified to Level 2 of the Environmental Management Standard?

In 2022, the LASSO team was working to maintain a level 2 of the BNQ 9700-253 standards in responsible event management. To minimize negative impacts to the environment, our maximum waste goal is 155 g per person.

Together, let's make a greener festival!


Is LASSO Montréal accessible to people with reduced mobility?

LASSO Montréal is committed to providing a unique experience for people with reduced mobility and functional limitations. To improve accessibility, several measures have been taken on the site:

  • platforms dedicated to people with reduced mobility and their companion in front of the scenes,
  • signage on the site map of accessible areas and services,
  • adapted services (restrooms, picnic tables, access ramps)
  • an information kiosk to better help festivalgoers with reduced mobility.
How do you indicate that the purchased ticket is for a person with reduced mobility?

When you buy tickets for yourself and your companion, you can indicate that you have reduced mobility, which will make it easier to pick you up at the site. If you have any questions about mobility, please contact us here:

  • By e-mail: [email protected]
  • By telephone (Monday to Saturday between 9 AM and 8 PM): 514-492-1775
Will there be a section on the site dedicated to people with reduced mobility?

At LASSO Montréal, the following stages have platforms for people with reduced mobility and their companion:

  • LASSO Stage/Prairie Stage
  • Ranch Stage
What are the rules for accompanying persons and animals?

Persons with reduced mobility and their companion must purchase a ticket to gain access to the site and its services.

Service animals (with a valid assistance certificate) are allowed on site.

Is there reserved parking for people with reduced mobility?

For parking space for people with reduced mobility, we recommend using the P9 and P10 parking lots, which are closest to the aquatic Complex and the site entrance.

What is the process once you arrive at the site?

When you arrive at the site, you have two options:

  • Go directly to the Gold Terrace entrance, where you and your companion will be given identifiable wristbands to access the reduced mobility platform;
  • Go to the Customer Experience Kiosk, near the main entrance, where someone will be able to inform you about the site map and the services provided and then direct you to the platforms.

Please note that a concierge service is available for the purchase of certain items available to festivalgoers: sun cream, ear plugs, etc. Lockers are also available on site.

Are there restrooms accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Restrooms for people with reduced mobility are available on site and are indicated with a specific sign.

Where can adapted transport vehicles embark and disembark people?

STM adapted transport can drop you off/pick you up at the bus station on chemin McDonald. Private adapted transport can drop you off/pick you up near the aquatic Complex. It is your responsibility to organise your own transport.

Can people with reduced mobility move around everywhere on the site?

Some paths are not accessible for people with reduced mobility, but there are also alternative routes to make it easier to get around the site. Staff will be on hand to guide you, if necessary.

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