You may want to make the trek to Quebec, Canada this summer. Why? Because the music festival Festival D’été de Québec, or FEQ for short, is coming back for its 55th year with a very thrilling lineup that spans across 11 days from July 6-16.
Today, the pop, rock, and hip-hop festival announced its 2023 lineup. Headliners include Foo Fighters, Lana Del Rey, Lil Durk, Green Day, Weezer, Zach Bryan, Illenium, Pitbull, Imagine Dragons, Les Cowboys Fringants and Les Trois Accords. The rest of the bill is filled out by a wide range of faves and rising talent across all genres, including Cypress Hill Alvvays, Christine and the Queens, Isabella Lovestory, Meet Me at the Altar, Sudan Archives, the Smile, and many others.
FEQ takes on a multi-venue setting, so you can expect to see major names at the main stage, held at the Plains of Abraham in Quebec’s Battlefields Park, and other acts at venues around the city. And despite the fest’s expansive size, it still offers reasonable tickets, with passes starting at $140CAD for all 11 days.