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This free Cabane à Sucre festival is coming back to Montreal this month!

This free Cabane à Sucre festival is coming back to Montreal this month!
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Montreal, are you craving a trip to the sugar shack? The Cabane Panache Festival is making a comeback in Verdun for its 12th edition from March 21 to 24.

The free festival will be filled with food, music and activities and will be celebrating everything related to the sugar season. 

18 different restaurants from Verdun, such as Bossa, Benelux, and others, will be present at the event offering dishes priced at $5 or $7. Additionally, the festival will present an exciting musical lineup featuring over 10 different artists to honour Quebec's culture, who will be performing on stage.

Various activities will be available for the entire family, including traditional dancing, a storytelling workshop, beard and mustache makeup, and many other fun options!

The Cabane Panache festival kicks off on Thursday, March 21st at 5pm at Promenade Wellington. You can reach the site via the métro (de l’Église station on the green line) or by bus (lines 12, 37, 58, and 610).

There you have it, Montreal! Get your plaid shirt out, grab your family and friends and make sure to head out to the festival for a sweet time!

For more information, visit the festival’s website here!

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