The organisers of AIM Electronic Music Festival has announced the plans for their 2017 edition of the festival, taking place near Montreal, Quebec, Canada, between 14-16 July 2017.
This year the growing bash returns for a third year, taking place at Carillon Park in the municipality of St-André-d’Argenteuil - located in the Laurentians and less than an hour away from Montreal - AIM is unique in its genre among the Quebec festival circuit.
The electronic leaning festival as announced it's confirmed artists so far, with the likes of Henrik Schwarz, Ame (live) John Talabot, Nic Fanciulli, Doc Martin, Eelke Kleijn, Indecent Noise, Todd Terry, Tiefschwarz, Riva Starr, Dennis Ferrer, Peter Power, Lee Foss, Nastia, Guy J and many more, including world renowned and local acts rubbing shoulders.
The festival starts on Friday, July 14 from 3pm to 1am. However the festival will then launch into 32 hours of non-stop music, running from Saturday 10am to Sunday 6pm.
AIM festival will also focus on cutting-edge visuals, art installations, gourmet food, workshops and on-site camping, allowing for an immersive experience that appeals to all the senses.
Further information and tickets can be found here.