Jameson Rodgers in Lotbinière in June

Jameson Rodgers at Lotbinière in June


Jameson Rodgers, Russell Dickerson and Dallas Smith will be the headliners of the 8th edition of the Festival country Lotbinière which will take place on the 15th, June 16 and 17 in Saint-Agapit.

Twenty thousand spectators are expected for this great festival of new country music where 18 artists will perform on two outdoor stages.

Many of these artists will be on their first visit to Quebec. In addition to the headliners, we will find Travis Denning, the rising Canadian star, Owen Riegling, Robyn Ottolini, MacKenzie Porter and Quebec artists Francis Degrandpré and Phil G. Smith who will take to the main stage.

“It's quite a feat that we managed to do by bringing together American artists like Russell Dickerson, Jameson Rodgers and Travis Denning. It is the fruit of a long process that we have been carrying out since 2015, namely to give credibility to the country music market in Quebec, so that it is recognized by promoters and appreciated by country artists. We believe in it and we are really proud to have been the precursors of this new country wave in Quebec,” said Guillaume Laflamme, co-founder of the Festival country Lotbinière, in a press release.


Originally from Mississippi, Jameson Rodgers is known, among other things, for his song Some Girls and for the duet Cold Beer Calling My Name that he made with the very popular Luke Combs. He will be performing on June 15. 

Already unveiled, Russell Dickerson will take the stage on June 16. The Tennessee-born artist has seven platinum certifications and more than 2.2 billion streams on digital platforms. His hits include Yours, Blue Tacoma, Every Little Thing and Love You Like I Used To .

Canadian star Dallas Smith will close the eighth edition of the festival on June 17. The singer from British Columbia has the most number ones in the last ten years and as many successes as Shania Twain in Canada.

Russell Dickerson

Quebec artists

Eleven of the 18 artists who will participate in this eighth edition are from Quebec. Six sing in French. The Kia stage will only present artists from Quebec.

Justin Berth, Gambling Lines, Bridge, The Wild Palominos, Andie Therio, Karo Laurendeau, Fred Dionne, Vince Lemire and the Blue Ridge Band complete the Quebec delegation.  

Quebecer Francis Degrandpré will open the evening featuring Russell Dickerson. Originally from Gatineau, Phil G. Smith will do the same before Dallas Smith.

“Which proves that you don't have to perform in Nashville or sing in English to perform on the one of the biggest country music scenes in Quebec”, pointed out Guillaume Laflamme.

The complete program and tickets are on sale at countrylotbiniere.com .