MONTREAL – In addition to the great celebration of the national holiday, on Tuesday evening, other online initiatives have emerged in recent weeks.
So here are five other celebrations of the Saint-Jean-Baptiste, all more different from each other.
St. John before St. John with Grandpa and Mononc’ Serge
Those who find it too bad that the national holiday is in the middle of the week, don’t worry! Grandpa and Mononc’ Serge have thought of you! The two musicians will offer a filmed show live from the bar shows The Anti of Quebec, this Saturday. The virtual performance will only be presented once live, so do not miss your chance!
Saturday, 20 June at 21 – tickets are on sale at the address lepointdevente.com
The Saint-Jean-Baptiste of the Columnists
Philippe Laprise has for the past several weeks, a Facebook Live titled Columnists, broadcast every Wednesday at 20h. To mark the end of the show, the comedian has prepared a special edition to mark the national holiday of Quebec. Thus, he will receive, among others, Vincent Graton, Brigitte Boisjoli, Dominique Hudson, Jean-Michel Anctil, Stéphane Been, and Neev.
Wednesday, June 24, from 18h to 20 h to the address www.facebook.com/PhilLaprise
Cain famous the Saint-Jean each year for 20 years now and this is not the pandemic that will prevent the group from doing it again this year. The trio invites you to a roaring fire in time for a show acoustic virtual. The group had embarked on a tour for the 20th anniversary before the pandemic.
Wednesday, 24 June at 20: 30 – tickets are on sale at the address lepointdevente.com/billets/la-saint-jean-kain
Safia Nolin is behind this evening’s mission was to not leave anyone behind. Thus, artists and activists of all backgrounds will come together virtually on the eve of the fête nationale du Québec. Backxwash, Tranna Wintour and Karl Hardy will be part of the. The animation will be ensured by the drag queen Kiara.
Wednesday, 24 June at 20h at the address www.facebook.com/safianolin
All for the music
For the Saint-Jean-Baptiste day, which celebrates the francophone in Canada, Groupe Média TFO will broadcast on YouTube a series of musical performances by artists from across Canada, from the Yukon to Prince Edward island. It will be a wonderful travel through the rich francophone culture of our beautiful country.
Episodes that aired from 25 to 28 June on the YouTube channel All for music at the address www.youtube.com/channel/UCw6lpF0MBaJhbwuMUNtq87w/featured