The highlight of time spent in Lomagne Tarn et Garonnaise is some unforgettable music events. Traditional festivals that celebrate local expertise and produce. These are annual get-togethers to enjoysome pleasant time in good company.
The 8th of May fair in Lavit is the arrival of spring, when flowers start to come out, and it’s great to wander through the streets of the town and do a little bartering at the stalls.
Music to make you want to move, produce to enjoy, and entertainment for the whole family make this a day not to be missed in Lomagne.
The last weekend of July, we celebrate all things garlic in the heart of the bastide of Beaumont de Lomagne. Freshly harvested, peeled, or braided, garlic can be found in all its forms on the stalls of the many producers and can be tasted at leisure as part of the famous "pan tintat" or in soup during the Tourin garlic soup competition. This day of celebration is suitable for everyone and is packed full of cultural and artistic activities: concerts, street shows, activities for kids, mathematical workshops, exhibitions, car boot sales, etc.
At the start of June, children become kings of the festival in the hall of Beaumont de Lomagne. Workshops are created around a different topic each year. Activities for playing, observinh and learning.
This is the oldest event in the Lomagne. Created to promote the economic dynamism of the region, every year on the second weekend of September this event brings together a variety of professionals, including craftsmen, shopkeepers, farmers, etc. This event is the showcase of the Lomagne Tarn et Garonnaise and there are numerous activities on offer.
The 2nd Sunday of October 2022 is the perfect time to celebrate hazelnuts. It is the harvesting season and producers have lots of quality product on offer.
It is a festival that hosts the unusual World Hazelnut Throwing Championship... using a blowpipe... so come and beat the record of 14.60m!
The Lomagne offers a huge range of different events and festivities throughout the year: a storytelling festival in January, flea markets, village festivals, sports activities (hiking, trails, horse races, etc.), theatre, concerts, workshops, etc.