Festival d’été de Québec 2017

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Jul 06 - Jul 16 2017

Quebec City, Quebec (Plains of Abraham)

$95 (CA) (Festival Pass)

The Quebec City Summer Festival (Festival d’été de Québec in French) is an annual 11-days music festival in downtown Quebec City starting normally the first Thursday of July. With its 128,000 passes sold, a total attendance of about 1.5 million festival-goers year in year out and its hundreds of performances spread over a dozen venues, the festival has established itself as a major player on the music festival circuit.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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