Festival de l’Outaouais Émergent
The Festival de l’Outaouais Émergent (FOÉ) aims to promote culture in the Outaouais by organizing a festival in an urban setting. The FOÉ is also a mobilizing event that seeks to bring together and unite people in the Outaouais, but also to reinforce the feeling of belonging in the region – because the FOÉ is a festival created by and for people in the Outaouais.
Where and When?
- Wednesday, September 4, on Laval Street
- Thursday, September 5, to Saturday, September 7, in the parking lot at La Fonderie
- Sunday, September 8, in bars near Laval and Promenade du Portage
How to get there?
On the regular bus system
Near Laval and Promenade du Portage
Take regular routes 21, 33, 35, 37, 39 and 59, and after 7 p.m. take regular routes 31, 67 and 77.
Check Plani-Bus for the timetables for these routes near Laval and Promenade du Portage.
At La Fonderie
Take regular routes 21 and 35.
Check Plani-Bus for the timetables for these routes near La Fonderie.
Travel for free to the festival if you use the regular bus system or the paratransit service. Simply show your festival wristband pass (5 days) to the driver when you board the bus. Otherwise, regular fares apply.
Visit the Festival de l'Outaouais Émergent Web site for more details about the event.