Le P’tit Fest du Nord
11 August 2017
What’s up Saint-Jérôme!
Le P’tit Fest du Nord is a new event that will take place on August 25th and 26th in Saint-Jérôme as part of the inauguration of Place des Festivités. It is a free cultural gathering of music and art for the public!
The music program is dangerously stuffed with talent from here! On Friday, August 25th, the big outdoor stage will be hosted by Dead Obies, Alaclair Ensemble, Loud, Toast Dawg (Dj Set) and guests, and then Saturday 26th by Bernard Adamus (which will be the last show before a well deserved break), We Are Wolves, Corridor, Choses Sauvages, Poirier Migration Soundsystem, Aiza and many others! To stay tune about their music program, visit Le P’tit Fest du Nord Facebook Page.
In addition to participatory musical and artistic activities, Le P’tit Fest du Nord also offers you the opportunity to witness the creation of a permanent mural produced by a canadian artist named Kevin Ledo who made a recent mural in Montreal in honor of the late Leonard Cohen. A sculptural art installation by the creative marketing agency LNDMRK will also be installed on the site for 3 months between July and October!
Le P’tit Fest du Nord is an initiative of the MURAL Public Art Festival in collaboration with the City of Saint-Jérôme.
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