For more than 15 years, the Sea Shack has played an important role in presenting shows for the emerging and alternative scene in Quebec. We are very proud to be able to offer our guests and also the local population the chance to attend several shows a year on the TIKI-BAR stage.

As a place of freedom with a friendly, inclusive, creative and of course festive spirit, the Sea Shack is both an innovative music scene, fertile ground for the performing arts, but also a place conducive to social exchanges.

 

WINTER SEASON

During our winter season which runs from mid-January to the end of March, we present a few shows inside the winter-adapted tiki-bar. The full lineup will be announced a few weeks before the start of the season. Until then, we still share some scoops with you. The ticketing is open!

Shows at the Sea Shack in the winter are truly special and exhilarating. Come and see us!

 

SUMMER SEASON

Throughout the summer season, the Sea Shack offers a range of live performing arts shows and performances.

At the beginning and end of the season (June, beginning of July and September), we present BIG SHOWS every weekend.

In the heart of summer, we offer our stage to up-and-coming artists and their emerging bands. It’s time to discover new artists!

The program of shows is announced in advance and allows you to organize yourself to come and enjoy the Sea Shack while attending the show of your favorite artist. We try to schedule shows that will appeal to the greatest number of Sea Shack fans (rock, world, hip hop, blue grass, etc.). We are planning a summer filled with multidisciplinary artistic projects that will awaken your senses and your curiosity.

Our program of shows for the 2023 summer season, as well as all the terms and conditions around the reservation of accommodation and the purchase of tickets will be unveiled at the end of April.

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To find out about upcoming shows and to purchase tickets, please consult the French section.