Presented by\nAh, Montreal. If you've ever visited the city, then you know it's basically one of Quebec's most fun spots to visit. It's romantic, it's got history, it's got culture, and the people? Well, the people love to party. Just take the craziness that is Igloofest, for example. Whether snow or sleet, every year thousands of people dress up and gather to celebrate the city’s sub-zero music festival.\nNot only is it the coldest music festival in the world (just embrace your Northern side and bundle up!), Igloofest is pretty much the highlight of Montreal winters — and with good reason. From the epic lineup of local and international DJs and always-playful Igloovillage to the gram-worthy, icy décor and light shows, it’s an event you’re definitely going to want to mark on your calendars ASAP. You'll be thanking yourself once you put on your coziest (or wildest) onesie, unleash your inner child, and let loose like never before.\nView this post on Instagram The cold never bothered us anyway... 🎶🔥 - 📷 @toshmuniz #IgloofestMTL A post shared by Igloofest (@igloofest_mtl) on Nov 12, 2018 at 1:38pm PST\nHere’s the scoop: for its fourteenth edition, Igloofest takes place Thursday to Saturday from January 16 to February 8 at Jacques Cartier Quay in Montreal's majestic Old Port. That’s a total of four weekends and 12 nights that you've got the opportunity to visit and turn what could be a lacklustre winter into one seriously fun event!\nOh yeah, and get ready to up your fashion game because there’s also a tacky snowsuit contest! But seriously, when else can you rock a head-to-toe animal suit with a hot toddy in-hand? It literally doesn't get any more Canadian (and fun!) than this.\nView this post on Instagram 10 J-O-U-R-S avant d’enfiler ton costume le plus flyé et faire le parté au festival de musique le plus froid au monde. Tag ta gang 🐰⤵️ - 10 D-A-Y-S before putting on your wildest costume and party at the world’s coldest music festival. Tag your squad 🐰⤵️ 📸 @charles_prot #Igloofest2019 A post shared by Igloofest (@igloofest_mtl) on Jan 7, 2019 at 3:13pm PST\nThis year, dozens of renowned DJs will be taking over the Sapporo and Videotron stages, including the likes of Kaytranada, Zeds Ded, RÜFÜS DU SOL, The Blaze, Charlotte de Witte and so many more! Plus, super talented VJs will be present as well, like VJ BUNBUN and VJ Kitana. You're guaranteed to have the time of your life with your entire gang!\nJust think: you plus your crew sporting the sickest winter gear all while jamming out to even sicker beats. Let’s not forget the delish food (and drink) selections, too! We’re not kidding when we say Igloofest is where the best of winter happens. And, even better? You can enjoy a discount on your tickets with promo code IGLOONARCITY15, so tell all your friends to bundle up and get out there!\nMontreal's Igloofest\nWhen: Every Thursday to Saturday from January 16 to February 8, 2020\nWhere: Jacques Cartier Quay, Old Port of Montreal\nCost: General admission $25-$29.75; VIP $62.50-$89.50; Passes $134, but 15% off with promo code IGLOONARCITY15\nWhy you need to go: For all the weekend warriors who want to defy winter, love electronic music, and are 18+ (16+ for Valhalla on January 23 and Loud on January 30), just throw on a few layers, round up your crew, and grab your tickets to the coolest festival in the world!\nFor more info on Igloofest, check out their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube pages.