Alanis Morrisset has been confirmed as one of the highlights of the Festival D’Eta de Quebec (FEQ) in July, with the indiscriminate thanksgiving of the Swedish punk band Millencolin on social networks.
In a hurry to formalize its own presence on the FEQ, Millencolin published a film showing the names of several artists in the 2022 lineup, yesterday afternoon, twenty-four hours before the official launch of the lineup, scheduled for 11 a.m. today. I 55 is perfect.
On July 15th we will see artists coming on various stages, as well as some of those who can see the day before.
Thus, Alanis Morissette and Garbage Abraham will be the stars this Friday evening at the ground. The Canadian singer and American band are on the 2020 Festival schedule, canceled due to COVID-19 and they have already been announced at the Ottawa Bluesfest, which will always be held on FEQ dates. .
We also learned that Sum 41, Pennywise, The Beaches, Dakhabrakha, Calamine, The OBGMs and Nobro will be performing on the FEQ stages on July 15 and Vincent Valiers, Lou-Adrian Cassidy, Millimetric and Laura Nike will be in action. Yesterday.
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Maroon 5 and Cardin on the Plains
Previously, the FEQ only confirmed the existence of Rage Against the Machine on July 16 at Abraham Grounds.
Attack on motions
According to what Newspaper Collectible, American group Maroon 5 and Quebec star Charlotte Cardin will also sing on the Plains during the festival.
As for the Adam Levine band, it was their first appearance on FEQ. Maroon 5’s only visit to Quebec is from the VideoTron Center in February 2017.
By consulting FEQ’s 2020 programming and Bluesfest’s 2022 programming, we can also predict that Jack Johnson, The National, Marshmallow and Tash Sultana will be participating in parties from July 7 to 17.
Also, during the Billy Talent concert at the VideoTron Center on Friday, singer Ben Kovalevich will meet his fans on FEQ this summer. Another name to watch this afternoon?
Where is the second scene?
Returning to its normal form after the two summer epidemics, FEQ should also announce today the location of its second open phase today. Place George-V, where he wanted to perform concerts as an alternative to the Park de la Francophony, is under reconstruction.
One thing is for sure, the excitement of those going to the festival does not seem to have abated by the pandemic. Yesterday, the first 20,000 pre-sale takers passed.