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This year marks Festival d’été de Québec’s (or Quebec City Summer Festival) 50th anniversary. Held July 6th-16th, the 11-day party is already celebrating with a massive lineup that includes Metallica, Gorillaz, The Who, Muse, P!nk, Backstreet Boys, Death from Above 1979, Migos, Arkells, Andy Shauf, DJ Shadow, Men Without Hats, Melissa Etheridge, and more. Now, the festival has announced additional events to commemorate their lasting presence in Quebec.
From late June through the end of July, the Parc de l’Amérique-Française will play home to a pop-up exhibition revisiting the last 49 years of Festival d’été de Québec. Created with help from a professional museologist, the free outdoor exhibit will feature photos, newspaper clippings, posters, and other mementos dating all the way back to the beginning of the festival. “At the 50-year mark, isn’t it time to look back at all that we’ve accomplished so we can better turn to the future?” general manager Daniel Gélinas said in a statement. “We wanted to share all this with the people of Québec City, who have been our loyal fans from day one.”
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Snoop Dogg, Travis Scott, Kehlani and Schoolboy Q, among many others, are also in the mix.
Calvin Harris has announced Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, an album featuring Young Thug’s croony ‘Heatstroke’ and Song of the Summer contender ‘Slide’ featuring Frank Ocean and Migos. Slated for release on June 30, the album has one of the most impressive guest lineups since Mike Will’s Ransom 2 just a few months ago.
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