A festival like ours brings a lot of questions.

Here are the most frequently asked questions:

Unfortunately, no. All pets are prohibited on the site, even if it is a small dog, and even if you can hold it in your arms. Thank you for respecting this rule.

However, dogs are tolerated in the camping section of our festival. Under no circumstances should they cross the gates to get to the festival site.

Everything! The rodeos and music shows are free when you enter the site. Some activities are not free (games of skill, face painting, etc.) but when you pay your entrance fee, all shows are free.

Yes, we have an ATM in the corner of the booths once you enter the site. Also, a CIBC bank is located a few steps away from the festival. A visit to an ATM is necessary before visiting us as we do not take debit or credit cards at the entrance or on the festival grounds.
Certainly. We have a covered stage in front of the Main Stage where a ramp is available for people in wheelchairs. This is also where you can see the rodeos, which are broadcast on a giant screen next to the main stage. Restrooms with larger stalls are also available, as well as a parking lot for people with reduced mobility near the main entrance.

Yes, we have different activities for kids every day. Here is a small part of what awaits the little ones during the weekend: mini-farm and inflatable games available throughout the festival, children’s show, driving course presented by Motos Thibault Marine from Sherbrooke, the Cirque des Étoiles, mascots, a face painter and much more! Welcome to all.

No. As we sell these products on our festival grounds, no food or beverages are allowed on the site. Please support our local producers who will be with us during the weekend and will be happy to share their recipes and products with you.

No outside alcohol will be tolerated on the festival site. Security is posted at the entrances, and backpacks will be searched.

Yes, for your comfort and privacy, you can change or feed your child in our “Kiddy Garden”. Ask the staff at the front desk, they will be happy to show you the specific location.
Yes, but please book your campsite early. If you have any questions, please visit the “Accommodation” section. If our campground is full, you can access information from a host of village residents who will be happy to welcome you into their homes.
No, there are two different prices. If you want to camp on the site, you must book your campsite and your weekend passport.
No. Due to new regulations regarding smoking, it is now forbidden to smoke on festival sites.
No, we do not have parking directly on site. However, we do have a parking lot within walking distance of the festival located at 848 Clough Street in Ayer’s Cliff. Shuttles are also available between the parking lot and the entrance of the site thanks to Toyota Magog vehicles. The cost of parking is 5$ and a part of the profits is donated to a local organization.
We have camping spaces directly on the festival site. Otherwise, everything is listed in the “Lodging” section of our website (inns, hotels, campgrounds, B&Bs, etc.)
Yes, we have a first aid team and an ambulance team on site to look after the competitors. Hospitals are also available within a few minutes drive, either to Coaticook or to Magog.