For eight consecutive weeks, every Friday and Saturday evening from 8 pm to 11 pm, Salada Market offers an eclectic musical program. Blending Funk with House while mixing Hip Hop and Latin music, these musical evenings will prove to be memorable moments not to be missed for everyone’s enjoyment. De.Ville, 99 Wolves, Forrest, Empress, Audrey Bélanger, GrandBuda, to only name a few will be part of this musical festival.

Street food trucks will be on site every weekend: Jerry Ferrer (local snacks), Gaspésie (Gaspesian gastronomy), Queen B (burritos in bowls), Hard Fat (Das food truck), La Choppe (gourmet trailer), Quai Roulant (sea menu), Grumman 78 (the legendary truck) and Bloomfield (Caroline Dumas, founder of Soupesoup). For those with a sweet teeth, Ice Breaker (frozen desserts) and Mignon (churros and nougat) will delight you.

The Salada Market will be open on Fridays and Saturdays for seven more consecutive weekends in March and April. Opening hours are from 4 to 11 pm on Fridays and from noon to 11 pm on Saturdays. Follow the ads on social networks. The market will be opened on the weekends of March 8 and 9 and will run until April 26 and 27.

Entry to the site will be free until 8 pm. Thereafter, there will be an entry fee of 5$.

Access to the building will be by the back exit of 5430 Côte-de-Liesse Road. A parking lot is available on Royden Street,

Access to the site by public transportation will be facilitated by a free shuttle service available to all metro users. Royalmount, dedicated to supporting cultural events and gatherings in connection with nourishing the heart and soul vision, graciously offers the shuttle.

This event is co-produced by the Association des restaurateurs de rue du Quebec (ARRQ) and Streat Productions.

—Salada Market


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