A few days before the start of fall, the summer festival season is experiencing a final jolt in Quebec City. From September 15 to 17, music lovers will have the choice between the 25e presentation of Envol et Macadam, and the return of St-Roch XP. Want to miss as little as possible? No problem, several concerts are held within walking distance, in the lower town of the capital. Here are the main headliners announced (check the websites for complete line-ups).
Farewell to a group are still to be taken with a grain of salt, but since Fat Mike has hinted that NOFX will be disbanding in 2023, we suggest that fans of the California veterans not miss what could be their last performance in Quebec. (Envol et Macadam)
September 17, 9 p.m., Agora
Back on dry land after sailing on the river to give shows in the east of the province, the formation derived from Valaire sent invitations to a few artist friends. Their mission: to get the party started. (St-Roch XP)
September 16, 8 p.m., Imperial Bell
Stick To Your Guns
A rare visit to Quebec by this Californian group, which will be the headliner of a marathon of concerts, typical of Envol et Macadam, devoted to punk-hardcore music. (Envol et Macadam)
September 17, 10 p.m., Îlot Fleurie
He was there in 2021, he's back this year. He is the rapper who has experienced the most meteoric rise in Quebec in recent years. It will surely stir. (Envol et Macadam)
September 16, 21 h 45, Îlot Fleurie
A storm prevented Gros Mené from taking the stage in the Parc de la Francophonie during the last Summer Festival. This time, no worries, Fred Fortin and Olivier Langevin will be sheltered from the weather. (St-Roch XP)
September 17, 8 p.m., Imperial Bell
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