Queens of the Stone Age brought their unique brand of California stoner rock to their headline appearance July 10 at Quebec City Summer Festival. Fans who missed Wednesday evening's action at FEQ's Bell Stage at the historic Plains of Abraham can check out some freshly posted footage of frontman Josh Homme and company strutting their stuff.
Festival d’été de Québec has posted video footage from the show at their official YouTube page on July 11. The 1:30 minute clip catches the Palm Desert, Calif. alt-rockers grinding out their 2002 Songs for the Deaf hit single "No One Know." The band punched out an 18-song setlist, which included material from their six studio albums, including three tracks from their Grammy nominated 2013 release ...Like Clockwork.
It was a power packed evening with ex-Distiller's Brody Dalle, as well as indie-rockers The Kills also providing the bill with plenty of punch. Video from Dalle's performance, as well footage from the past week's artist are available for viewing like The Glitch Mob, Young the Giant, Cypress Hill, Louis-Jean Cormier, Matthew Curry, Journey, Steve Miller Band, among numerous other top artists.
FEQ kicked off its 11-day run this on July 3 and has been featuring a diverse set of big name acts like Lady Gaga, Tegan & Sara, Snoop Dog, A$AP Rocky, Deadmau5, and The Killers to name just a few. Mega-headliners still scheduled to perform include: Bryan Adams, Soundgarden, Pretty Reckless, Third Eye Blind, Blondie and Billy Joel.
FEQ offers over 300 performances in 10 unique indoor and outdoor venues over the course of 11 days from July 3 - July 13. 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.