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Festival d’été de Québec is excited to announce , a new, multi-city live music initiative presented by Sirius XM. Pop-Up FEQ will see surprise live concerts occurring in urban settings in the lead-up to this year’s Festival, taking place July 9 to 19 in Québec City.
The debut Pop-Up FEQ event will take place at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square on May 15th at 6pm. The free show will feature surprise artists whose identity will be revealed only at the start of the performance. “We were looking for an original way to draw attention to our event – to get the word out,” explained Luci Tremblay, communications director for Festival d’été de Québec. “Pop-Up FEQ shows will be part of our promotional efforts in Toronto, a market that we’ve been developing over the past few years.” The Toronto event will be presented in collaboration with the Québec City Tourism Bureau and Sirius XM, who will record the performance for broadcast on its network at a later date. Fans are encouraged to watch Festival d’été de Québec’s social media networks for hints and clues on the time, location – and possibly even the stars– of future Pop-Up FEQ events. An official hashtag has also been created for the series – #PopUpFEQ – and attendees are encouraged to share their experiences at the events on their own social networks. Following the Toronto date, Pop-Up FEQ will move to Québec City, where similar surprise performances will be unveiled in the coming months as well as during the Festival itself. “We’re proud to work with Festival d’été de Québec in promoting the cultural vitality in the Québec City area. The pop-up concerts are a tantalizing preview of the many shows and cultural events on offer this summer at one of North America’s most unique destinations,” added André Roy, director of the Québec City Tourism Bureau.
Festival d’été de Québec celebrates its 48th anniversary in 2015 with performances by The Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters, Nickelback, Keith Urban, Iggy Azalea – and many more – at Québec City’s historic Plains of Abraham.
Nice people – they were already finished, when i got to the “Boat”
The baby plays the drums!
The Van Allen Belt
Had a video running behind them that was by itself a wonderful work of art. Could have used a little less bass rumble.
The Girl can sing and the band was a man with a computer, with another guy with a keyboard. Above average for the “Indie Music Biz” but played to 15 people. Sad waste of time for a group to travel so far and not to be promoted. See pic below
Old and Weird
these Cute young girls played to a busy bar across the street. And made better by the province of NOVA SCOTIA
But sadly badly off key singing made them miss my top ten … please get better
Right on after the girls — these boys could sing — packed house — nice to see so many “young people”
maybe there is hope of live music after all. your usual “indie Music Stuff” nothing outstanding in songwriting dept
Both singers could hold a note, but were usually lost in the mix. Great lights, above average in the “indie Music Stuff”
had great energy — but only got a “c-” in songwriting. too bad indie music people do not go to class about writing good
pop hooks — you know the song that drives you nuts — in your head — you need to hear it again