A new free Grand Prix 2024 party is coming to Montréal

The F1’s official global beer partner is throwing an unmissable 3-day event to celebrate the city’s biggest party weekend.

Laura Osborne
Written by
Laura Osborne
Editor, Time Out Canada
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Photograph: Eva Blue | Tourisme Montréal

With all the free things and incredible festivals happening in the city all summer—family-friendly events included—this free Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2024 party is bringing a massive outdoor screen, food trucks, music and more to Montreal’s Old Port.

The Grand Quay Pavilion in Old Montreal will be transformed into a free fan zone, including high-tech racing simulators, selfie stations, and a giant screen with live coverage of the Grand Prix’s practice sessions and main race.

Get ready for great food, DJ's and lots of ice cold Heineken.

Grand Quai du Port de Montréal
Photograph: Christian Brault

When is the free Grand Prix event, Festival Heineken, happening in Montreal?

Running daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., the free-to-enter event runs from June 7-9, 2024.

What is the Grand Prix weekend in Montreal?

The Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2024, an annual motor racing event, has been held since 1961 and has been a part of the Formula One World Championship since 1967.

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Photograph: Susan MossGrand Prix Formula 1

Is F1 coming to Montreal in 2024?

Montreal Grand Prix 2024 is coming to town June 7,8 and 9, 2024.

Grand Quay
Photograph: APM

Is Montreal Grand Prix worth it?

The races on Circuit Jacques-Villeneuve are only half the fun—the real memories are made off-course, at the restaurants, clubs, attractions and hidden outdoor play spaces around town that are pulling out all the stops. 

Plus all the insanely glamorous nightlife and Montreal’s hottest Grand Prix spots for a record-breaking good time.

Grand Prix
Photograph: Eva Blue

For more information about the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2024, click here.

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