The magic of reunion by Charlotte Cardin | QEF 2022


The mild climate and the absence of other shows certainly prompted a few more people to participate, but all the credit goes to the queen of the latest Juno Awards.

Before he took the stage, part of the audience was already chanting his name.

From the first notes of passive aggressive, Charlotte Cardin navigated the stage like a fish in water in front of a flood of spectators.

The singer-songwriter offered an improved version of the show she presented in the spring at the Imperial Bell.

The singer has her head back and holds the microphone in front of her mouth.

Charlotte Cardin in command of the Festival d’été de Québec.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Marc-André Turgeon

Even though the Festival d’été stage is much larger than the one in the rue Saint-Joseph hall, the Charlotte Cardin trio was in control as well.

Since FEQ’s opening night was no ordinary traveling show, Patrick Watson slipped onto the singer’s piano bench during the show. sneaks in. Together they performed I leave you notes by Watson e Diamonds by Rihanna.

After the confetti rain Nonsense, Charlotte Cardin is back for two encore songs. She dedicated herself girl’s hand to his mother whose birthday it was. The show ended with Whoever loves me, assisted by a choir.

Charlotte Cardin was the perfect transition between last year’s 100% Quebec programming and the return of international artists.

A kickstarter named Jessia

It was this young artist from British Columbia who had the task of pushing the first notes on the stage of Plains of Abraham. Accompanied by a drummer and a guitarist, the trio’s formula enhanced the rock side of his pop-flavored songs, which sometimes reminded one of Avril Lavigne.

The singer is singing and points the way with her left hand.

British Columbia-born artist Jessia kicked off the 2022 Festival d’été de Québec.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Marc-André Turgeon

Speaking of the wolf, halfway through her performance, Jessia resumed the tour I’m with you in a version that differed little from the original.

With over 900,000 subscribers tick tockthe growing crowd in front of the stage didn’t seem to intimidate him, quite the contrary.

The one that won the revelation award of the year at the last Juno gala was a wise choice to spice up the celebrations on the big stage.

The singer puts her right hand on the microphone as she sings.  She carries her guitar over her shoulder.

Lennon Stella at the Quebec Summer Festival.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Marc-André Turgeon

Energy dropped one level with a quieter performance from Lennon Stella. Surrounded by three musicians and two singers, the 22-year-old artist spoke little to the public who had already stormed the Plains by that time.

In addition to the songs from his latest album Three. Two. One. Lennon Stella performed two hit songs: Somewhere only we know by Keane e thank you from Dido. He recorded the latter which he launched on listening platforms in March.

Despite a flawless performance, the memory of his passing was softly blown away by Storm Cardin.


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