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Festival D'été de Québec 2024 Lineup

Festival D’été de Québec 2024 Lineup and for eleven days this summer, Festival D’été de Québec (FEQ) transforms the beautiful Québec City into a celebratory hub of live music and culture. Continuing a tradition that started in 1968, FEQ announces their 2024 lineup, a spellbinding array of massive stars from multiple genres and some of Canada’s most talented musicians from July 4-14th, 2024 in Quebec City, QC, Canada.

Bell Stage at the Plains of Abraham

On July 4th, FEQ kicks off with a performance by Nickelback, their first at the FEQ, as they had to cancel their appearance in 2015, with the Arkells and JJ Wilde opening the evening. July 5th, legendary rapper 50 Cent grace the stage with Killer Mike and Connoisseur Ticaso. July 6th welcomes the famous Jonas Brothers and their infectious pop hits with Canadian Carly Rae Jepsen and Diamond Cafe support. On Sunday, July 7th, it’s punk rock mode with The Offspring, Rise Against and explosive female trio Meet Me @ The Altar.

July 8th, the immense talent of Montreal’s Alexandra Strélinski headlines a fully female evening with Elisapie and Beyries.The Quebec momentum continues with Karkwa supported by Seattle-based Fleet Foxes and New Brunswick’s Hay Babies. July 10th is Electro-FEQ night on the plains with Norwegian Alan Walker, famous duo Loud Luxury, Quebec’s Mike Demero and German DJ Lovra. July 11th switches gears to country mode with Zac Brown Band, Charley Crockett and newcomer Morgan Wade. July 12th will be one of the most anticipated nights of the festival as Post Malone headlines with support from rising star Jessie Murph and Canadian group Valley. July 13th into the reggaeton world on the 13th with J Balvin and Mexican artist Ivan Cornejo, while on Sunday, July 14, glam rock icons Mötley Crüe and Canadian Lee Aaron end the festival.

Double Stage at Parc de la Francophonie

Once again, Parc de la Francophonie will host two stages side by side: the Loto-Québec Stage and the SiriusXM Stage. Clay and Friends will take care of the opening night on the 2nd stage of the FEQ, with Fredz, Miel de Montagne, Calamine and Baby Volcano setting the mood. July 5th sees bluegrass formation The Dead South headline with  Acadian P’tit Belliveau, Amigo The Devil, Bohemian Betyars, and Innu artist Matiu. July 6th is a metal night with Killswitch Engage, KiTTIE, Havok, Get the Shot, and Peer Pressure. July 7th will be dominated by American headliner Ava Max with Charlieonnafriday, Jade LeMac and  Clodelle and Laraw gracing the stage before.

On July 8th, we have an indie night with American bands Mt Joy and Future Islands, preceded by Elliot Maginot, Gabrielle Shonk, and La Force. The 9th goes into hip-hop mode with the legendary American rapper NAS, TOBi, Rymz, Mike Shabb & Nicholas Craven and Violent Ground. English folk-rock alternative artist Ben Howard leads the line-up on the 11th with Martha Wainwright, Montreal folk collective The Franklin Electric, Toronto’s New West and Sara Danielle. The 12th sees American band Kansas with Canadian rocker Kim Mitchell and Quebecers The Box and Mystery while the 14th ends beautifully with Michel Rivard with Les Sœurs Boulay, Marie-Anick Lépine, Hauterive, and the Innu trio Maten completing the evening.

Hydro-Québec Stage at Place de l’Assemblée-Nationale

The entirely free Hydro-Québec Stage will host an eclectic lineup, starting July 4th with the psychedelic soul-pop of British artists Yellow Days and King Hannah alongside the Nigerian collective Etran de L’Air. July 5th hands the stage over to Le Roy La Rose et Le Loup, a collective project featuring Ariane Roy, Thierry Larose, and Lou-Adriane Cassidy. Meanwhile, Jérôme 50 and La Sécurité will open. On July 6th, it’s party time with Valaire, making up for the missed appointment of 2023 due to bad weather, Acadian heavy soul group Les Moontunes and Mexican cumbia punk band Son Rompe Pera. July 7th the festival welcomes the unique guitar playing of Vieux Farka Touré and the Congolese ensemble Kin’Gongolo Kiniata, preceded by the Montreal funk collective Fredy V & The Foundation.

July 8th, the FEQ gets charmed by the soulful voice of Lady Wray, Brainstory’s unique genre blend and American soul group Thee Sinseers. American folk-pop act Hurray for the Riff Raff and Canadian Nico Paulo take the stage on July 9th with Quebec group Night Lunch. July 10th is a francophone night with the indefinable Phil Brach, local flagship group Valence and Laurence-Anne. July 11th starts with electro-tribal pop artist Maïa Barouh followed by reggae diva Queen Omega and French artist Biga Ranx. Reggae dancehall sound system L’Entourloop take the spotlight July 12th supported by the quirky Rich Aucoin and the trio Zar Electrik. July 13th is dedicated to Quebec hip-hop with Sensei H and Aswell, followed by the always colorful Alaclair Ensemble as the headliner. Tuareg guitarist Bombino, the futuristic afro-funk of Londoners Ibibio Sound Machine and Cameroonian Valérie Ekoume end the stage’s programming on the 14th.

Scène Découverte at Place D’Youville

This year, a new stage dedicated to musical discoveries comes to life at Place D’Youville, offering a free program and promising a diversity of musical genres. Among the artists performing are Yocto, ALIAS, Population II, Carl Mayotte, Bada-Bada, L’Rain, Naïma Frank, Täbï Yösha, Rau Ze, San James, Georgia Harmer, Helena Deland and more.

Extra-FEQ: Explosive Late Nights at the Manège militaire

The electro late nights are back at the Manège militaire with the FEQ Extras featuring performances every night from 10:30 PM to 1:00 AM. This year’s artists include Jessu & Pyka, MADDS, Ferias, Mike Demero, Mandiz, TIZI, Laurence Matte, Ouri and M.I.M, among others.

Community-Building Initiative: A Portion of the FEQ Pass to Combat Social Isolation

In an effort to give back to the local communities hosting its events, BLEUFEU is launching the Community-Building initiative The Gathering Effect. As part of this initiative, $0.50 per FEQ pass will be donated to organizations whose mission contributes to combating social isolation. It’s no surprise that the phenomenon of social isolation has intensified with the pandemic, even as aid networks contend with a decrease in donations. Partnering with causes that help combat isolation is a natural avenue for BLEUFEU, whose mission is to bring people together around festive events.

Sustainable FEQ in partnership with Rio Tinto

The FEQ is a festival that seeks to reduce its ecological footprint by all means and has  been carbon-neutral since 2014. In addition, the FEQ promotes sustainable mobility through its partnership with the RTC, as well as by providing bicycle parking at Desjardins sites. Add to that the creation of a Good Festival-Goer Guide, which proposes a series of green actions aimed at minimizing the ecological impact of attendees’ visits.

Ticket Information

Passes for FEQ are available now here. FEQ passes are fully transferable, giving fans the ability to share with friends and family if unable to attend one of the 11 days. The FEQ pass is on sale at feq.ca for $150 taxes included, delivery fees excluded. Signature Bell Zone passes and tickets for the Jardin Air Canada will go on sale on April 4th. Interested individuals can sign up for the FEQ newsletter to stay informed about the second round of sales.

About FEQ

Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ) is a music festival managed by a non-for-profit organization, right in the heart of Québec City. With five stages located in the historic part of Quebec City, the most imposing of which is on the Plains of Abraham, the event takes place in a unique setting. The FEQ offers more than 150 shows of all genres, from the biggest headliners in the world to the emerging scene, and has been getting hundreds of thousands of festival-goers dancing and singing since 1968. For 11 consecutive evenings, the city center resembles a real urban and open-air celebration. The FEQ is an accessible and safe gathering, a truly immersive experience in Quebec music and culture.

About BLEUFEU

BLEUFEU is an event organizer and show promoter that presents festive and inspiring experiences, including the Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ), Toboggan – New Year’s Evenings and St-Roch XP, in addition to presenting hundreds of shows throughout the year at the Imperial Bell and a new showroom opening soon. The new umbrella brand will oversee the various existing NPOs, which already have a reputation in the industry for the quality of its productions.

Visit the FEQ official site: https://www.feq.ca/

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Watch the FEQ 2023 recap here and view performance clips and more at FEQ’s YouTube.

View photos from past festivals here.

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