Cabane Panache – From March 19th to 22nd on Wellington Street there will be lots of sugar, lots of activities, and lots of free concerts!
All this during Cabane Panache, the unmissable urban celebration of the sugaring-off season. To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the trendiest lumberjack camp in town has tons of new features to help you experience this essential part of Quebec’s identity!
10 years of ‘ear-feeding’
While the ’Oreilles de Crisse’ will be quivering in the pots, yours will be enjoying the francophone bands playing on the main stage, which itself resembles a huge sugar shack! For the lumberjacks who want to escape the others, they will find more groups scheduled to perform on the immersive stages scattered around the camp. In total, more than 15 Quebec bands of contemporary and traditional music will have you putting your boots on and lifting your mitts in the air!
The teams from Promenade Wellington and the Borough of Verdun, official presenters of the musical component, did not spare any time developing an explosive and free program:
Bernard Adamus, Cayouche, Sara Dufour, Alaclair Ensemble DJ SET presenting the Bas-Canadienne Nights, Urban Science Brass Band, Pépé et sa guitare (and guests), De Temps Antan, Wabo BBQ, Les Filles du Roy, Veranda, will make you swing!!
Dominique Fils-Aimé will perform in the magnificent Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs Church (the only paying concert of the event – $30).
There will be something for everyone, we promise!
So, put the date in your diary and be ready for 4 days of festivities!
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