Frequently Asked Questions


What are the sanitary measures in force on the site? The following instructions issued by the Government of Quebec as well as public health will be observed assiduously: Same thing concerning the wearing of the mask: it is necessary to refer to the sanitary measures in force.

What will be the activities during the Agricultural Expo? This year, we present you an agricultural course where you can rub shoulders with farm animals, learn more about agriculture through our various workshops, enjoy our activities for the whole family (escape game, water games, mini farm Mollie's presence) and more.

We will have two large-scale shows, Les Trois Accords and Grégory Charles, in addition to two evenings of Demolition Derby.

In view of the measures in force, the presentation of the National tractor pulling will not take place this year.

You must book your tickets online according to the desired time slot. You can see the full schedule and schedule of activities here.

Are there any free shows this edition? This year, we have two evening shows: Les Trois Accords and Grégory Charles. To attend these shows exceptionally this edition, you must purchase your tickets online here.

The place of the shows is divided into bubble (standing) and no specific location is provided for chairs.

Is there a place where children can feed and touch animals? Yes, children can rub shoulders with animals in our agricultural lodges and at the mini-farm. Hand washing is essential before and after any contact with animals.

What flags are used? The Jefo and L.-P.-Gaucher pavilions only will be used, in addition to marquees which will be erected on the grounds. The La Coop pavilion will still not be available, as it will be used primarily for vaccination against COVID-19 (entrance rue Millet for access to vaccination or COVID-19 screening).

Do I have to buy tickets in advance? Given the maximum capacity required per day, online purchase is MANDATORY, depending on the desired activities and schedules.

Access our online ticket office HERE. A limit of 10 tickets per transaction will be authorized. No tickets will be sold at the door since we must keep a visitor register as required by Public Health. You can reach us at 450 773-9509 for any assistance.

Can we buy our ticket on site? No, the purchase of tickets through our online ticket office is mandatory.

If the weather does not allow an activity to be held (course, derby or shows), are the tickets refundable? All tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Activities will take place in the event of rain, barring an electrical storm for the safety of visitors. If one or more events in the program should be canceled due to sanitary measures, a refund will be made. The procedure will be communicated to the buyers concerned, if applicable.

What is included in the admission price?

With the AGRICULTURAL ROUTE ticket (9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.), you have access to:

Agricultural and family-themed activities
Animal judgments
Catering "street trucks"
Rides: Ferris wheel, "fun slide"
With the DEMOLITION DERBY ticket (6 p.m. to 11 p.m.), you have access to:

Demolition Derby Night (starts at 7 p.m.)
Rides: Ferris wheel, "fun slide"
Catering "street trucks"
Musical entertainment by Musique Band Backdoor Overdrive
With the MUSICAL SHOW ticket (6 p.m. to 11 p.m., depending on the evening chosen), you have access to:

Show by Les Trois Accords (July 30) at 9 p.m., Veranda at 7:30 p.m., Tom Chicoine at 6:45 p.m.
Show by Grégory Charles (July 31) at 8 p.m., Group "Come together - Hommage aux Bettles" at 6.30 p.m.
Rides: Ferris wheel, "fun slide"
Catering "street trucks"
With the ANIMAL JUDGMENTS ticket only, you have access to:

Exclusive access to animal judging sites
Complete program available here!


What are your schedules ?

Timetable of the adapted edition (you must book your ticket according to the desired time slot):

Agricultural course from July 28 to 31: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Demolition derby on July 28 and 29: 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Musical shows July 30 and 31: 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
What is the schedule for animal judgments?

Wednesday July 28: Judgment of rural youth

9 am: Judgment of the butcher's breeds; L.-P.-Gaucher
1 p.m .: Judging of dairy cattle; L.-P.-Gaucher
Thursday July 29:

8 am: Judgment of breeds of beef cattle; L.-P.-Gaucher
3 p.m .: Judgment of the dairy cattle breed

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