[SONDAGE] Quebec Festival: Which artists do you want to see in 2023?

After an enforced two-year hiatus, the Festival d’été de Québec came to a close on Sunday evening with the Half Moon Run carte blanche show on the Plains of Abraham.

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What is your most memorable event? Which artists would you like to see at the next edition of Quebec City’s best music event?

Take note of the 2022 Summer Festival and make your special requests for next year by answering our annual survey!


Question 1

Of these artists who haven’t been to the Festival d’été de Québec yet, who would you most like to see?


Alicia Keys


Ariana Grande

Poor rabbit


Billie Eilish

Blake Shelton

Bob Dylan

Bruce Springsteen

Calvin Harris

Cardi B

Carrie Underwood

Chris Stapleton

Cool game

David Quetta

Demi Lovato

DJ Khaled

Dua Lipa


Ed Sheeran


Fleetwood Mac

Florence and the Machine

Florida Georgia Tax

Garth Brooks

Green Day

Harry Styles

Jay Balvin

Jay Z

The Janas brothers

Justin Bieber

Justin Timberlake

Kane Brown

Katy Perry

Lil Nas X

Luke Bryan

Megan the Stallion


Miley Cyrus

Peacock farmer

Olivia Rodrigo

Bill Collins

Later Malone



Sam Smith



A down system

Taylor Swift

Travis Scott


Zayn Malik

Question #2

What is your favorite program in the Plains of Abraham?

Charlotte Cardin – July 6

Jack Johnson – July 7

Luke Combs – July 8

Tuesday July 5 – 9

$uicideboy$ – July 10th

Halsey – July 11

Chatham – July 12

Marshmallow – July 13

Alanis Morissette – July 15

Rage Against the Machine – July 16

Half Moon Run – July 17th

Question #3

What’s your favorite night out at Parc de la Francophonie?

X Ambassadors + AJR (July 7)

The Revivalists + Dean Lewis (July 8)

Spoon + Patrick Watson (July 9)

Emily Bilodeau + Ariane Moffat (July 10)

Canadian Rock Night: Finger Eleven, The Tea Party, Three Days Grace (July 11)

Tai Verdes + Charli XCX (July 12)

Vincent Vallieres + Louis-Jean Cormier (July 13)

Freddie Gibbs (July 14)

Punk Night: Millencollin, Pennywise, Sum 41 (July 15)

Clay and Friends + Milk Chance (July 16)

Quebec Rap Evening: Charami, Corias, Faugie (July 17)

Question #4

What do you think of the new two-level system at the Parc de la Francophonie?

I will keep this formula next year

Will be moving to a phased system next year

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