Food and drinks

Throughout the weekend, you’ll be able to eat at any time. You can bring your own food and use the microwaves in the cafeteria, you can buy food from multiple restaurants in the neighborhood, or you can support the festival and buy something on site.

Note that because of the cégep’s rules, it is forbidden to drink alcohol on site.

Here is the menu we’ll be offering you this year:

Coffee, tea and herbal tea

There was more than a few of you who asked for coffee last year. We listened, and this year we’ll have a 25 cup coffee machine. We will provide milk and sugar, but you need to bring your own coffee mug. This is part of our effort to reduce waste. You’ll be able to clean your mug on site. Tea and herbal tea will also be available. Price for a cup is $1 and $2 for a bigger coffee serving.


Our popular cafeteria is back this year with a varied menu: 4 choices of meals, a couscous salad, and 4 types of sandwiches (see menu).

We also want to thank Bruno Tremblay who donated 75 banana bread pieces to the festival. You’ll be able to buy them for $1 while supplies last. All profits will go to the organization of the festival.

The cafeteria will be opened on Friday night from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with a limited menu consisting of only sandwiches, snacks and drinks. The cafeteria will be fully opened on Saturday between 10 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. and on Sunday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.