Alanis Morissette confirms at Festival D'Ade de Quebec

Thanks to the Swedish punk band Millencolin, we know who will be heading to the Festival D’Ad de Quebec on the evening of July 15th.

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Alanis Morissette and the Debris will be the stars of Friday Night in the Abraham Plains, as we learn from the program poster posted by Millencolin on Facebook at noon on Tuesday.

Screenshot, Facebook

Since the Canadian singer and the American band are already on the schedule for the 2020 festival, it is not surprising that they are at this point as they will be canceled due to Covit-19 and announced at Bluesfest in Ottawa in July.

The release states that Millencolin, Sum 41, Pennywise, The Beaches, Dakhabrakha, Calamine, The OBGMs and Nobro will perform at FEQ levels on July 15.

We can even see the names of a few Quebec artists, apparently planned the day before, namely Vincent Vallières, Lou-Adriane Cassidy, Millimetrik and Laura Niquay.

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FEQ, which has returned to its normal form after two summer epidemics, recently confirmed that Rage Against the Machine will return to the plains on July 16.

The plan will be announced Wednesday afternoon. The 20,000 tickets offered for pre-sale on Tuesday have all identified the recipients.

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