Originally scheduled for three days this summer in Montreal, the new comedy festival FAUV extend rather over six days in the metropolis and two others in Drummondville.
Driven by the very positive response of the public, the organization of the event Festival AT the steering Wheel provided in the parking lot of employees of the international Airport Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau airport has expanded its programming in July.
Several artists have already agreed to take part in the festivities that will take place in Montréal, from July 3 to 5, and from 10 to 12 July. They include The Great Flood, Mehdi Bousaidan, Eddy King, Neev, Mado Lamotte, Jérémy Demay and Mike Paterson, who will be the leaders of the evenings.
Following the two weekends in Montreal, the initiative will move at the Centrexpo Cogeco, Drummondville, 24 and 25 July. The names of the comedians that will be presented have not yet been released.
After they have purchased tickets (starting at $ 60 for two people and a car) to the www.fauv.ca, festival-goers will be required, once on-site, to keep any vehicle to two meters aloofness and do not go out, in order to comply with the instructions of public health.
A percentage of the profits of the first edition of FAUV will go to look Forward.