FEQ 2022: Halsey, Maroon 5, Charli XCX and many others will rock Quebec City [PROGRAMMATION] | Vie de Nuit

Yes, D-Day has finally arrived! The mythical Quebec Summer Festival today unveiled its complete program and we have to tell you that it could bounce strong this year in the Capitale-Nationale! After producing a reduced edition of the festival last summer, the FEQ is back in force this year with an amazing program!

The great musical festival will take place from July 6 to 17, 2022 on the different stages of downtown Quebec. Among the headliners are not only big names in international music, but also a host of renowned Canadian artists who are sure to set the city on fire.

In order to make your mouth water, here is an overview of the most famous artists that we will have the chance to admire during this brand new edition of the Quebec Summer Festival:

#1 Halsey

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The one who is nicknamed the most unpredictable artist of her generation pushes creativity to the limit with her mix of pop, rock, hip-hop and country. Using stripped melody, as well as simplicity in his writing, Halsey dare on Manic to highlight its troubles in order to transform them into strength.

When: Monday July 11, 2022 / 9:30 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#2 Maroon 5

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After another fruitful collaboration on Beautiful Mistakes with Megan Thee Stallion in 2021, the American group returns to the charge with Jordi and his hits on repeat Lost, Memories and Nobody’s Love.

When: Saturday July 9, 2022 / 10 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#3 Marshmello

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Largely inspired by stars such as daft-punk Where Deadmau5his trap and future bass anthems brought him immediate success with pieces like Alone, Moving On, Find Mein the same way Silence (with Khalid).

When: Wednesday July 13, 2022 / 10:15 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#4 Charli XCX

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Of his participation in the play I Love It of ICona Pop to the most recent Crash, Charlie XCX plays the card of artistic opulence while developing a style that is commonly called hyperpop; an approach that is both exuberant and unpredictable in line with successes like Boom Clap, Break The Rules and Good Ones.

When: Tuesday, July 12, 2022 / 9:15 p.m.

Or: Loto-Québec Stage

#5 Luis Fonsi

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This Puerto Rican singer has become a true idol for millions of Latin Americans with his mix of R&B, pop-rock and romantic ballads. The clip of his song Despacitofeaturing with daddy yankeesurpassed one billion views on YouTube in April 2017, shortly after its release.

When: Thursday July 14, 2022 / 9:30 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#6 Rage Against the Machine

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Rage Against the Machine experienced a meteoric rise in 1992, in the wake of his eponymous debut album containing the mega hits Killing in the Name and Bomb track. The guitarist’s riffs Tom Morello and the signature phrasing of Zack de la Rocha have forged the distinctive sound of this emblematic figure of committed rap metal.

When: Saturday July 16, 2022 / 9:30 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#7 Jack Johnson

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Involved in activities to raise awareness of environmental protection, he has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide and never hesitates to use his reputation for charity.

When: Thursday July 7, 2022 / 9:30 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#8 Alanis Morissette

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Alanis Morissette remains a reference for many women who claim an assumed girl power in a predominantly male music industry. She returns this summer for the anniversary tour of this iconic album in the history of Canadian rock.

When: Friday July 15, 2022 / 9:30 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#9 $uicideboy$

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This duo of Louisiana rappers revisits, in their own way, the Memphis hip-hop heritage of the 1990s (Triple 6 Mafia), by injecting a good dose of irony and geek culture. The two hairy people with upside-down crosses mix sounds that evoke the hot climate of their region, thanks to multiple projects released at a frenetic pace.

When: Sunday July 10, 2022 / 10:15 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#10 Luke Combs

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The musician from North Carolina is one of the leading figures of the current new country, accumulating more than seven million albums sold and a dozen singles at the top of the charts. Recognized for his electrifying performances, the interpreter of Forever After All is the ideal candidate for an evening that promises to be festive!

When: Friday July 8, 2022 / 9:30 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

#11 Sum 41

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Sum 41 was one of the most popular Canadian punk-rock bands of the 2000s, when the youthful attitude of its beginnings became its trademark.

When: Friday July 15, 2022 / 9:15 p.m.

Or: Loto-Québec stage

#12 Charlotte Cardin

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Five years after the EPs big boy and girl handit is finally in 2021 that the career of the very talented Charlotte Cardin hit a new high with the release of the hugely popular phoenix, on which she explores the vulnerability, the contradictions, as well as the distress related to the love life. Combining soul songs with introspective pop ballads, this first effort led him to conquer a large audience, in addition to quickly standing out on the international scene.

When: Wednesday July 6, 2022 / 9:30 p.m.

Or: Bell Stage

In addition to all these shows which will certainly have the effect of a bomb on the capital, you will also be able to see lots of Quebec artists that we love, including Loud, Claudia Bouvette, Safia Nolin, Alicia Moffet, Louis-Jean Cormier, Koriass, FouKi and Sarahmee!

Passes are already on sale on the FEQ at a cost of $130and these will give you access to all the shows of the festival, for the duration of the latter. In order to know the complete program or to obtain more information on the event, visit the website of the Quebec Summer Festival!

Quebec Summer Festival

From July 6 to 17, 2022

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