Incroyable concert de Johnny Hallyday mardi 10 juillet 2012 sur les plaines d’Abraham de la ville de Québec. Quelques souvenir…
Ce n’était peut-être pas au téléjournal, mais la ville de Québec a bel et bien été victime d’une inondation vendredi. Une inondation chromatique ! Une horde de fans colorés en leggings et t-shirts fluo arborant d’énormes lunettes improbables que même Elton John n’oserait pas porter a envahi les rues de la capitale pour le concert de LMFAO.
La suite à lire sur MSN.CA.
Nooooooooooooooo ! The FEQ is over… where is my handkerchief? As Metallica would say, it’s sad but true. For those who are not familiar with this acronym, FEQ stands for Festival d’été de Québec (Quebec City Summer Festival). It’s a festival that have become bigger every year. Now it’s a place where Black Eyed Peas, Rammstein, Iron Madien, Charles Aznavour and actually any big artist is willing to come.
I was a reporter for MSN.CA blog Vivre dans la nuit during this FEQ #44. This year the two big names were Metallica and Sir Elton John. What a show he gave! What a man! Ok, I must confess I was raised with Elton’s songs. I had my first beer listening to Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, kissed a girl for the first time with Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me playing on the radio of my car, and I certainly won’t mention what happened the same night while we were hardly listening to I’m Still Standing… Lire la suite
Among the many things to do in a year, some are cooler than others. Being a reporter in a music festival is one of the best things of my year. Yesterday was launch the 44th edition of Festival d’été de Québec, a musical reunion that will last 11 musical days. I will report for the blog of MSN Vivre dans la nuit.
Like every year a the festival started with a show making a bridge between France and Québec. Francis Cabrel, Robert Charlebois, Grand Corps Malade, Coeur de pirate were part of the show. Nearly three hours of songs from both countries. It was fun, even though sometimes I nearly fell asleep (too many soft songs) and the jet lag between Montreal and Quebec City is pretty tough too.
But the best is to come. This editions holds sexy promises. Metallica, Elton John, Ben Harper, Black Keys, Buddy Guy, Girl Talk, Melissa Auf der Mar… So many bands and only two ears…
1.5 million festival-goers are expected, They will choose between twelve indoor and outdoor venues. The festival announced more than 1,000 artists and close to 300 shows. Many style Rock, French song, hip-hop, electro, jazz, classical music and world music greats.
In addition, the Festival of Quebec is in… drum roll… Quebec! Which is an incredible city with a human size, which I adore. La Grande Allée and Saint-Jean streets hold bars full of happiness and nice people… and some good local beer too. It’s a start, let’s do it!
Festival d’été de Québec (July 7-17 2011)