When is îLESONIQ 2024?
Allowed on site
Is the festival an all-ages event?
Yes, îLESONIQ is an all-ages event! Children aged 10 and under are admitted for free when accompanied by an adult with a valid îLESONIQ 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, GOLD, SKY LOUNGE ticket or DIAMOND, including children.
Will there be a Lost & Found at the Festival?
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.
Can I work or volunteer at îLESONIQ?
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 interrupt the schedule temporarily. Follow our social media pages for the latest information.
Can I leave the festival site and come back later?
What happens if an artist cancels?
What is the 2024 lineup?
Who are the headliners?
Can I buy my tickets through a reseller?
How can I buy îLESONIQ tickets?
Can I come to the festival for just one day?
What type of tickets will I receive?
Can I upgrade my General Admission ticket to GOLD or SKY LOUNGE?
When can I buy my 2024 tickets?
Does îLESONIQ offer payment options?
Where does the festival take place?
What can I eat and drink on site?
îLESONIQ aims to provide you with a diverse selection of quality food. For more info, please consult the îLESONIQ aims to provide you with a diverse selection of quality food choices. For more info, please see the Food and beverage section.
What kind of facilities and services will there be at îLESONIQ?
Will îLESONIQ be accessible for people with reduced mobility?
Will there be medical services?
Will the site be clean?
Will it be possible to book lockers on site?
Which payment methods will be accepted on the site?
Is îLESONIQ certified at level 2 of the Environmental Management Standard?
Will the site be accessible by bike?
How to get to Parc Jean-Drapeau by public transportation?
Since Jean-Drapeau station is near the festival, taking the métro will be the best way to get around.
Unlimited weekend pass
Unlimited trips from 4 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday. Valid in Zones A, B, C and D for bus, métro, train and REM networks.
24 hrs, All Modes AB
Unlimited trips for 24 hours. Valid in Zone A and B. Includes Laval and Longueuil metro 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, métro and train networks.
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.
Can I drive to the festival?
Is îLESONIQ accessible to people with reduced mobility?
îLESONIQ 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:
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 îLESONIQ, the following stages have platforms for people with reduced mobility and their companion:
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 spaces 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:
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.