Quebec City Summer Festival has an exciting 2014 line up and they want people to have a taste of some of the great music they can expect to hear at the 11-day event next month. For a limited time, festival goers can receive a free 20-song playlist, which offers songs from a variety of artists performing at this year's Festival d’été de Québec.
According to a media release posted June 24 at the festival's official website at Infofestival.com, the playlist contains new songs from some of the up and coming talent on bill, including: Bobby Bazini, Les Sœurs Boulay, July Talk, Local Natives, Alex Nevsky, The Seasons, Damien Robitaille and many others. To get your free iTunes playlist, simply go to FEQ's official website at Infofestival.com/artists and follow the instructions.
FEQ offers over 300 performances in 10 unique indoor and outdoor venues over the course of 11 days from July 3 - July 11. This year's line up features megastar headliners like Billy Joel, Lady Gaga, The Killers, Bryan Adams, Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age, Journey, Steve Miller Band, Snoop Dog and many more.
Festival goers can enjoy performances from a diverse range of artists such as Grammy-winning bluesman Gary Clark Jr., punk pioneers Blondie and folk rocker Father John Misty, as well as international acts, including: Italian electro-house artists The Bloody Beetroots, Ivorian reggae star Tiken Jah Fakoly and British prog-rockers Marillion. There is also plenty of home-grown talent from across the provinces like Canadian Walk of Famer Daniel Lanois, multi-Juno winners Serena Ryder, Louis-Jean Cormier and Sam Roberts Band, as well as multi-Maple Blues Award winner Matt Andersen and multi-platinum selling rockers Three Days Grace.
Discounted early bird festival passes priced at $68.00 and VIP access passes have sold out. A limited amount of festival passes at $78.00, which give access to all venues and shows on all 11 days, are still available. Day passes priced at $50.00 will be available only after all festival passes have sold out. For daily schedules, pass information and full line up details, see Infofestival.com.
Did you know? The Quebec City Summer Festival reached the million spectator mark for the first time in 2007 and sold-out (150,000 passes) for the first time in 2010, a feat it has repeated every year since then.