Limoilou en musique will span three stages

Limoilou en musique will span three stages
Limoilou en musique will span three stages

For its 15th edition, Limoilou en musique will take over three stages in the neighborhood, from Nano Cinco to the Quartier de Lune including the outdoor stage on 3rd Avenue.

By Estelle Lévêque

The Limoilou en VRAC summer event will return from June 7 to 9, 2024. In fact, for its 15th edition, the Limoilou en musique event returns for three days of festivities in the neighborhood. Completely free, the program offers a series of concerts on the Desjardins stage on 3rd Avenue, but also in front of the Quartier de Lune bar and the Nano Cinco brasserie.

This year the event is also unveiling something new. Brewed by Nano Cinco, “Soif de loup” is a beer created especially for the event.

Programming

Limoilou en musique will therefore offer three evenings of concerts, which will begin earlier than in previous years. These will also continue later in the evening, to satisfy a wider audience. Furthermore, the event will once again take place in parallel with the Grand Bazar du Vieux-Limoilou and the Artisan Market. This will be held on Saturday and Sunday, from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In total, nearly 70 artisans will participate in the market.

Limoilou en musique will begin to the rhythm of rap, with artists Sensei H, Modlee and Samian, on the main stage. The other two stages will receive, as opening act and after-show, Bob Riddim and Papa T as well as Alaclair together in a DJ set.

On Saturday, the Fleur de Peau duo will perform at 4 p.m. on the Nano Cinco stage. Then, the groups Traps, Enfants sauvage and Les Hôtesses d’Hilaire will host the Desjardins stage at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. DJs MIM and Zepha will give an after-show from 11 p.m.

Finally, Sunday will welcome, a little earlier in the evening, the groups Duo Bonbons and Vilain Pingouin. In the afternoon, trumpeter Claude Berger and musicians Jim Zeller and Carl Tremblay will host the Quartier de Lune stage.

Shaved head challenge

This evening, in addition to unveiling its programming, Limoilou en VRAC launched the Shaved Head Challenge to benefit Leucan and cancer research. In this way, the organization encourages the population to demonstrate their solidarity with the cause.

For the team, this is a sign of support for Jean-François Girard. Indeed, the general director of Limoilou en VRAC is currently fighting cancer.

To find out more about Limoilou en VRAC and the Limoilou en musique program, consult the corresponding links.

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