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First Peoples Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary

First Peoples Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary

First Peoples Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary

The First Peoples Festival will take place from July 29th to August 5th at the Quartier des spectacles de Montréal.

 

 

Montreal First People Festival

Montreal First Peoples Festival

 

 

Towering over First Peoples Festival’s 25 years, seven thousand years of human presence in this place looks down upon you…

The First Nations festival returns to Montreal in 2015 in a spectacular setting that will spread its wings at Place des Festivals: thrilling concerts, an exacting selection of films and videos, the great multicultural parade along Saint-Catherine Street and many indoor venue and gallery events.

Florant Vollant and Richard Desjardins.

Florant Vollant and Richard Desjardins.

Grand Concerts

Blues Blanc Rouge remix takes you back to First Peoples Festival’s inaugural activity; a benefit concert in Spring 1991 that succeeded in bringing in the funds needed to hold the very first edition of the festival. Florent Vollant and Richard Desjardins are back together onstage 25 years later to mark this anniversary and knock our socks off! Such a stellar alignment only occurs once every 25 years.

Another exceptional event is a great gift of friendship for the festival’s silver anniversary: The Transcestral concert, a creation concocted by Moe Clark and Katia Makdissi-Warren, featuring 22 performers. It promises to be an ecstatic event for the audience gathering at Place des Festivals on Sunday August 2nd. We want to emphasize that organizing a show of such an exceptional scope has been made possible thanks to generous support Québecor provided for its presentation, becoming a major partner of First Peoples Festival.
Rise Kombucha, will present the evening with DJ Mad Eskimo and Inuit singer Sylvia Cloutier. The MEG festival taking part in the event brings you DJ Psychogrid, all the way from Reunion Island. This promises a young and lively evening, with voices from the ends of the earth, chilling and blazing.

As you can see, the Loto-Québec stage on Place des Festivals has a lot to offer to everyone who comes to be immersed in the First Nations Festival’s magic.

 

More info at the official site of the Festival»

 

Bizim Anadolu / July 23rd, 2015

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