PODCAST: Festival d’Été de Québec 2015 – a review

PODCAST: Festival d’Été de Québec 2015 – a review

What a wonderful, adrenaline-filled, celebration of all things music.

Festival d’Été de Québec – 300 Shows – 10 Stages – 11 Days of music.

In the last week and a half or so we had 4 writers out there covering shows for Life in Québec, had one of our articles cited in Rolling Stone Magazine, and have had our podcast about the Foo Fighters in Quebec cutting short their show viewed many thousands of times.

Here’s our review of a magical, music-filled Festival d’Été de Quebec 2015.

We only wish we could have gone to more shows that we did.

An interview with Daniel Gélinas, Director General of the festival, is included in this audio piece.

Here are our written reviews of the shows we were lucky enough to see:

Joe Robinson – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Keith Urban – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Farnell Morisset

Foo Fighters – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Melvis and the Jive Cats – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Iggy Azalea – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Ruby Pratka

Hamish Anderson – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015 
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Doobie Brothers – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Boston – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Ariane Moffatt – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Rolling Stones – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

De La Soul – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Patrick Watson – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Zappa Plays Zappa – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Deep Purple – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Andrew Greenfield

Los Van Van – Festival d’Été de Québec 2015
Review by Philippa Jabouin

See you at the 2016 Festival d’Été de Québec between 7 and 17 July.

Festival d’Été de Québec – 300 Shows – 10 Stages – 11 Days of music.
If you’re a music-lover then Quebec City is always the place to be in July.

Categories: Arts & Culture, Podcast

About Author

Andrew Greenfield

Andrew Greenfield moved to Quebec in 2009. He is part of the team responsible for the publishing company behind LifeinQuebec.com and Life in Québec Magazine. He has been involved with online and print media since 2001. He is passionate about cricket, is a qualified coach, and his real ambition is to start a cricket team in Quebec City – something he freely admits is probably beyond him. Follow him on Twitter @GreenfieldAndy

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