After a long absence, the Osheaga music festival kicked off on Friday, but it’s a much more subtle affair this year due to pandemic restrictions.
The annual festival, which is normally held in August, was cancelled in 2020 and postponed this year. The three-day event, which ends on Sunday, is called Osheaga Get Together.
With a much smaller crowd and chillier-than-usual weather, the vibe at Parc Jean-Drapeau is sure to pale in comparison to pre-COVID editions.
But fans in attendance are just happy the event is back, even if it means dealing with public health restrictions.
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