Here are our festival selections for this summer- coconut water not included!


Quebec City Summer Festival

Where: Quebec City, Quebec

When: July 7 – July 17

Why you should go:

It is without a doubt one of the biggest music festivals in the country. During 11 days, more than 300 shows will take place at different venues in the city. The festival has a strong family vibe with entertainment for kids at Place de la Famille. They will feature popular names in music, like Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Planet Smashers, both performing at the historical Plains of Abraham.

We’re excited for: We Are Wolves, Rosie Valland, July Talk.




Pemberton Music Festival

Where: Pemberton, British-Columbia

When: July 14 – July 17

Why you should go

Located near Whistler, at the foot of Mount Currie, this year edition of the festival is a dream come true for indie rock lovers. With only two stages, this three-day event presents a strong lineup featuring FKA Twigs, Snoop Dog and  Die Antwoord.

We’re excited for: Wintersleep, Cold War Kids, Wolf Parade




Where: New York, New York

When: July 22 – July 24

Why you should go:

Dubbed the Coachella of New York city, the first edition of this festival is lined up with established names like The National and Arcade Fire, but also newcommers such as, Daughter and Melanie Martinez. It promises a more laidback atmosphere than its overcrowded sister Coachella,with a focus on music exclusively.

We are excited for: Foals, Sia, Broken Social Scene





Where: Montreal, Quebec

When: July 29 – July 31

Why you should go:

It’s time to have the time of your life at one of the most popular music festival in the country. This edition of Osheaga seems like the theme is musical comeback, feature bands that have been around for a long like Bloc Party, Death Cab For Cutie and Radiohead.

We are excited for: Aurora, Grimes, MØ


About The Author

Marie-Ève Venne
Lifestyle Director

Marie-Ève is a little person who still secretly wishes she was one of the Olsens twins. You can catch her running from event to event, a coffee bigger than her face in one hand and her cell phone glued to the other. At Dress To Kill, she is the one writing about the newest musician you need to discover and that trendy bar that makes the best damn cocktails in the city.

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