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Second edition after three years of absence: a big return awaited for Rouville Country

Domaine International de Rouville

After a first edition in 2019 attracting 5,000 country fans, the Rouville Country festival seemed to have the wind in its sails... until the COVID-19 pandemic put an end to its momentum. After three years of absence, the festival is back in action, still at the Domaine international de Rouville, in Saint-Jean-Baptiste.

The deputy general director of Domaine de Rouville and producer of the event, Isabelle Lacoste, assured in an interview that fans were impatiently awaiting the return of Rouville Country when the health situation permitted it. “We were lucky enough to only do one edition before the pandemic, but we knew that the festival had to come back: too many people were asking us! We attracted 5,000 people the first time, but we hope to cast an even wider net in Greater Montreal and reach 7,000 people this year. »

These years of forced break allowed the festival organization to somewhat review its formula. After a first edition over six days, we are offering a more concentrated event, over four days, from August 31 to September 3. “Those who have already come will find the food trucks and the relaxation alley with fires and games for those who want to get out of the marquee. There will also be dance classes,” notes Ms. Lacoste.