25 février 2019

Trois-Rivieres, February 25, 2019 - The Trois-Rivières en Blues organization is pleased to announce that the 11th edition passports of the festival will be in presales this Friday, March 1st, starting at 11am. This is a unique opportunity for blues lovers to get the lowest priced passport, starting at just $ 32 plus tax, giving access to the three nights of shows at the Cogeco Amphitheatre.

The festival, which will take place from August 22 to 25, 2019, has enjoyed an ever-growing popularity in the past years, especially since the previous edition which was a record year in many ways. "We listened to our festival goers who were asking to have access to passports even before the announcement of our first artists. This shows that the festival has more and more followers and is now considered a must in the world of blues music in Quebec "says Christian Gamache, President of Trois-Rivières en Blues.

Addition : Privilege Zone

New this year, festival-goers will be able to get a passport in the Privilege Zone, located on the grass esplanade of the Cogeco Amphitheater, a raised and covered space with multiple screens allowing them not to miss anything. They will be able to appreciate the talent of the artists in a unique environment where they will be served a quality meal and unlimited drinks (water, soft drinks, wines and beers) throughout the evening. An opportunity that blues lovers will not want to miss!


All shows presented at the Cogeco Amphitheatre  will be accessible thanks to the Festival Passport, which is priced between $ 69 and $ 109 (plus taxes) in the sitting section of the amphitheatre and $ 32 (plus taxes) in the grass esplanade. In addition, passports giving access to the Privilege Zone will be on sale for $ 300 (plus taxes). All passports will go on sale Friday, March 1st, at 11 am at, at, at box office J.-Antonio-Thompson box office and at 819 380-9797. Advertised prices are valid until April 14th and are subject to change after this date.

Trois-Rivieres en Blues Festival

For the past 11 years, the Trois-Rivieres en Blues festival has welcomed fans of this musical style in the urban setting of downtown Trois-Rivieres. Several artists will perform for four days, from August 22 to 25, 2019, at the Cogeco Amphitheatre, on the acoustic stage on Badeaux Street and several bars and restaurants in the downtown area. The first artists of the program will be unveiled in the coming weeks. All details can be found at

Cogeco Amphitheatre

Located at the confluence of the St. Maurice River and the St. Lawrence River, the Cogeco Amphitheatre is an exceptional cultural venue dedicated to the presentation of exceptional acoustics performances surrounded by an enchanting decor with a capacity of 3,500 people in the seating section and 5,500 people in the grass esplanade. Details and programs available at