7 concerts to see at Les Francos!

It is an altogether normal edition, as before the pandemic, that the Francos will offer to festival-goers over the next nine days.

7 concerts to see at Les Francos!

It is an altogether normal edition, as before the pandemic, that the Francos will offer to festival-goers over the next nine days. In order to find your way among the many free outdoor shows, Le Journal asked the big name of the program, Laurent Saulnier, to give us seven essential suggestions.

“Loud and Lary Kidd are doing a lot of festivals this summer. But the only show they officially do to celebrate 10 years of Gullywood is with us. We started the festival with them in pre-opening [Thursday, at Club Soda] and we will finish it in closing with them! »

► Saturday, June 18, 9 p.m., Bell Stage.

"It's the meeting of Ariane Roy, Thierry Larose and Lou-Adriane Cassidy. For me, it is perhaps the show that represents the future of the Francos. There is a new spontaneous generation arriving. We put them forward. »

► Saturday, June 18, 8 p.m., Loto-Québec Stage.

“It was Émile who came up with the idea of ​​introducing his Innu friends. Last summer, he spent time in Malionetam, near Sept-Îles. It was there that he met Scott-Pien (Picard), Maten, Laura Niquay, etc. He wanted to invite them with Elisapie. »

► Monday, June 13, 9 p.m., Bell Stage.

“Karim was a friend of the Francos, first and foremost. When Sarahmée offered to be the gathering place for Karim's friends, I couldn't say no. It's just too beautiful. Les Francos was really the Karim festival. He liked it to walk around our house and discover business. »

► Sunday, June 12, 9 p.m., Bell Stage.

“For me, bringing a guy like Jacques Michel outside for free makes me extremely happy. In addition, it is quite possible that this will be his last show in Montreal. It will be in full formation, with five musicians. He is still in voice, it is impressive. »

► Sunday, June 12, 8 p.m., Loto-Québec Stage.

“It's going to be quite a discovery with a capital 'D'. For the first time, La Zarra will go on stage in Montreal. Why is this important? His single [Tu t’en iras] has reached nearly 15 million listens on Spotify. There is a La Zarra phenomenon happening. »

► Wednesday, June 15, 7 p.m., Bell Stage.

“It will be his first time on the big Francos stage. We know the explosive character of the gentleman. I think it's going to be a big night. It's going to be a kind of official “first” for him with his latest album. »

► Tuesday, June 14, 9 p.m., Bell Stage.

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