After enjoying extensive renovations that required the place to close for a few months, legendary P’tit Caribou re-opened its doors and vibrates to the rhythms of the blues during the Tremblant International Blues Festival. The entirely revamped establishment which now welcomes patrons daily as of 2 p.m. offers several new features: a large open space on the main floor with a new stage to host live shows; a large terrace with an outdoor bar; and the Wine & Whisky Bar in the basement with its quiet and cozy atmosphere and intimate terrace overlooking Lac Mirror.

It is in a modern and warm decor fully up to date that Le P’tit Caribou presents blues performances during the Festival which runs until July 17. Here are the shows presented this week as of 10:30 p.m.:

Synday, July 10: John Campbelljohn
Monday, Juy 11: Carl Tremblay
Tuesday, July 12: Carson Downey Band
Wednesday, July 13: Ben Racine Band
Thursday, July 14: Whisky Legs
Sunday, July 17: Jim Zeller

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