MISE & Agrave; DAY
Chloé Sainte-Marie, Luc De Larochellière and Vulgaires Machins dominate the line-up for the 39th Festival de la chanson de Tadoussac, which will take place from June 15 to 18.
Chloé Sainte-Marie's performance follows the publication, last fall, of the book-disc Maudit silence, in which poems are recited in fourteen languages (Latin, Creole and Aboriginal).
With Luc De Larochellière, she will be the star of the evening of June 16, on the Quebecor stage of the Tadoussac church, while Valaire will have festival-goers dancing outside, in the Hydro-Québec Garden.
The next day, the outdoor stage will be the scene of an evening of punk, rock and indie pop, with Ariane Roy, Les Shirley and of Vulgar Things that will put on a show. At church, it will be more gentle with Ingrid St-Pierre and Elliot Maginot.
Seen on the Plains of Abraham during the 2022 Summer Festival, Vulgaires Machins will be one of the highlights of the Festival de la chanson de Tadoussac, this summer.
The Boulay sisters, Caroline Savoie, Philippe B and Gab Bouchard are also part of the forty artists who will perform on one or other of the fifteen indoor and outdoor stages of the festival .
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