- Published on Wednesday, 28 March 2012
- Written by Tremblant
Spring skiing, après-ski, free outdoor concerts, competitions, entertainment and more!
The colder temperatures of the last few days are announcing a thrilling weekend at Tremblant as part of the spring event Sïkwâm, that combines après-ski, free concerts, competitions and entertainment in the pedestrian village.
The tradition continues on Saturday, March 31, with the Caribou Cup that starts at 2 p.m. Skiers and snowboarders in their costume, are invited to cross the legendary pool to finish at the P’tit Caribou bar until late. This event will delight visitors of 18 and over. Nearby, on the Place St-Bernard, Elizabeth Blouin-Brathwaite will give a breathtaking performance by singing blues, jazz, folk and R&B songs.
The Burton El Nino event is back this year on Sunday, April 1st. Dedicated to young riders aged 15 and under who want to deepen their freestyle skills. A native of La Conception, Pascal Chaumont, singer, songwriter and performer will hit the stage in the afternoon.
Starting at 11:30 a.m. every Saturday and Sunday of the Sïkwâm, Bruno Chalifoux, also known as DJ Bubu will entertain the Place St-Bernard with his unique rhythms that will please the whole family.
Après-ski for taste buds!After a day on the slopes, Tremblant also rhymes with après-ski. The thirty bars, bistros and restaurants meet the need of spring skiers looking for a terrace for a cold beer, a colourful cocktail, tapas or a full meal. The Tremblant Sïkwâm from March 17 to April 8: simply spring!
Full program of the Sïkwâm event is available on tremblant.ca/sikwam. Visit regularly to get the latest news.
Source: Catherine Lacasse , Superviseure, Relations publiques et communications - Station Mont Tremblant.