It has been confirmed that Alanis Morissette will be one of the leaders of the Festival d’Ate de Quebec (FEQ) in July, thanks to the inattention of the Swedish punk band Millencoll on social media.
In a rush to formalize its own presence on the FEQ, Millencolin released an image showing the names of several artists from the 2022 lineup, just before noon yesterday, 24 hours before the series’ official release was scheduled for 11am today. I 55 is accurate.
On July 15th we see artists on different stages and some we could see the day before.
So, Alanis Morissette and the debris will be the stars this Friday evening in the Abraham Plain. Since the Canadian singer and the American band were on the schedule for the 2020 festival that was canceled due to Covit-19, they have already been announced at the Ottawa Bluesfest, which will always take place on the same dates as the FEQ. .
We learn that Sum 41, Pennywise, The Beaches, Dakhabrakha, Calamine, The OBGMs and Nobro will operate at FEQ levels on July 15, along with Vincent Vallières, Lou-Adriane Cassidy, Millimetrik and Laura Niquay. The day before.
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Maroon 5 and Cardin in the plains
Previously, only the rage against the machine on July 16 in the Abraham Plain was confirmed by the FEQ.
According to what Newspaper Gathered, the American band Maroon 5 and Quebec star Charlotte Cardin will also sing on the plains during the festival.
According to the band Adam Levine, this is their first appearance on FEQ. Maroon 5’s only visit to Quebec began in February 2017 at the VideoTron Center.
By consulting FEQ’s 2020 and Bluesfest’s 2022 events, we can also determine whether Jake Johnson, The National, Marshmallow and Tash Sultana will be attending the party from July 7 to 17.
Also, during Billy Talent’s concert at the Videotron Center on Friday, singer Ben Kovalevich met his fans on FEQ this summer. Any other name to see this afternoon?
Where is the second scene?
Returning to its normal form after two summers of epidemics, the FEQ should also announce today the location of its second outpost. George-V, where he wanted to alternate concerts with the Park de la Francophony, will be renovated.
One thing is for sure, the excitement of those who come to the festival does not seem to be diminished by this epidemic. Yesterday, the first 20,000 free-sales passed all buyers.
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