Reconnecting with your festivals
- From August 4 to 6 - OSHEAGA: vibrate to the sound of your favourite artists at Canada's largest music and arts festival.
- On August 12 and 13 - îLESONIQ: dance to the beat of the electrifying performers.
- On August 18 and 19 - LASSO Montréal: discover the North America’s premiere urban country music festival.
Let us take you there
Jean-Drapeau 769 La Ronde / Station Papineau
Jean-Drapeau station, pick-up/drop-of at the bus loop close to the station, corner of the brown building, beetween 767-La Ronde and 767-La Plage bus stops, at Transport Adapté pictogram. 1
We have the right fare for you
Since Jean-Drapeau station is near the festival, taking the métro will be the best way to get around.
Buy your round-trip fare in advance to avoid waiting in line at Jean-Drapeau station:
Unlimited trips from 4 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday. Valid in Zones A, B, C and D for bus, métro and train networks.
Unlimited trips from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. the next morning. Valid in Zones A, B, C and D for bus, métro and train networks.
Unlimited trips for 24 hours. Valid in Zone A. Island of Montréal only, including Jean-Drapeau station.
Unlimited travel for 24 hours. Valid in zone A and B, including Laval and Longueuil metro stations.
Valid in Zone A. Island of Montréal only, including Jean-Drapeau station.
Valid in Zones A and B, including Laval and Longueuil métro stations.
This event is in Zone A.
If you are going to Zone A (agglomeration of Montréal) from STM stations in Longueuil and Laval, you will need an All Modes AB fare.
Where to buy your fare
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- Pick-up and drop-off locations may be temporarily blocked by construction work or detours. Our Transport adapté customer service agents will let you know when you book your reservation if this is the case.