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Rage Against the Machine, Halsey, Charli XCX, more to play Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ)

Big news, Canadian music fans: Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ) has returned with the lineup for its 54th edition. The festival’s big comeback is set to feature headliners Rage Against the Machine, Maroon 5, Luke Combs, and Halsey.

Taking Place from July 6th to 17th, FEQ is adding a 12th evening to the festival to celebrate the beloved Charlotte Cardin. Tons of artists will be playing the Bell Stage on the Plains of Abraham, including Geoffroy, Dizzy, Alanis Morissette, Garbage, The Beaches, Alexisonfire, Half Moon Run, and more.

The Loto-Québec Stage and Sirius XM Stage at Parc de la Francophonie will also boast some pretty big names. Festival attendees can look forward to sets from Charli XCX, Spoon, Patrick Watson, AJR, X Ambassadors, Sum 41, Milky Chance, and more.

Check out the full lineup for FEQ below.
 

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FEQ will be reconfiguring its secondary stages this summer. Those two stages, Loto-Québec Stage and the Sirius XM Stage, will be set up side-by-side.

“The redesign will allow us to create an entirely new festival experience: the first benefit will be to present an alternating and continuous program on our second stage at Parc de la Francophonie, in addition to a stage at Place de l’Assemblée-Nationale, allowing us to concentrate and densify our offer,” President and CEO of BLEUFEU Anne Hudson explains. “In this new Heart of the FEQ, there will be rest areas, concessions and the free Hydro-Québec Stage with an enhanced program. By reconfiguring our sites, we will be shortening the distance between them, allowing festival visitors to live the FEQ experience even more intensely”

“We are very happy to resume our activities after not being able to present the Festival in 2020, with several great headliners that we had scheduled but had to be cancelled. We have worked hard to give our program lots of depth and a wide variety of genres,” BLEUFEU VP Content and Artistic Direction Louis Bellavance adds.

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