Mont Tremblant 2018
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July 2018

Until July 15 - 25th International Blues Festival of Tremblant: Free concerts!  819-681-4800 #47801 blues.tremblant.ca

 Premiere Scene, 1829, chemin du Village (facing Lac Mercier) the program for the season 2018-2019 is posted on the website: http://www.villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca/fr/culture/premiere-scene-mont-tremblant.

 11th Mont Tremblant Jazz Festival - 950, rue de Saint Jovite, Mont Tremblant, Québec, Canada, J8E 3J8, 514 994-0543

 Aug. 1 to Aug. 5: The best jazz bands from Québec and elsewhere in Canada! Over forty concerts on two outdoor stages downtown (Saint-Jovite) and eight performance venues in Mont-Tremblant!

 Main Stage, Under the Stars series concerts: Wed. Aug. 1, 9 pm, Opening Concert, Christine Jensen, saxophone; Lex French, trumpet; David Restivo, piano; Adrian Vedady, double bass; Greg Ritchie, drums.  Thur. Aug. 2, 9 pm: Axel Fisch Quintet,  Jean-Pierre Zanella – saxophone; Normand Lachapelle – bass; Jim Hilman – drums; Simon Côté-Lapointe – piano.  Fri. Aug. 3, 9 pm, Michel Ferrari Trio: Michel Ferrari – piano; Morgan Moore – double bass; Michel Bernard – drums.  Sat. Aug. 4, 9 pm: Main Event - MacDonald-Sullivan-Bourrassa-Rieu: Kirk MacDonald – saxophone; Joe Sullivan – trumpet; François Bourassa – piano; Yannick Rieu – saxophone; Adrian Vedady – double bass; André White – drums.  Sun. Aug. 5, 9 pm: Closing Concert – Yoel Diaz Quartet: Cuban Jazz: Yoel Diaz – piano; Luis Izquierdo – bass; Roberto “Kiko” Osorio – congas; Michel Medrano – drums.  There are also concerts at 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 7 pm.

Les Rythmes Tremblant

July 20 to July 29, Tremblant, 1000, ch. des Voyageurs, Mont Tremblant, Québec, Canada, J8E 1T1, 1 888 738-1777 Toll free.   https://www.tremblant.ca/fr/quoi-faire/evenements/les-rythmes-tremblant. 

Fri. July 20, 8:30 pm, St. Bernard Stage: A ten-day, outdoor free concerts festival, featuring artists from Quebec and the rest of Canada.  Here are the 8:30 pm concerts at the St. Bernard Stage: Fri. July 20: The Chico Band performs Latin hits paying tribute to some of the biggest Latin musicians.    Sat. July 21: Neon Nostalgic band delivers the best of the '80s and '90s including U2, Queen, The Cure, Billy Idol, INXS, Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Pearl Jam, Oasis, and more.  Sun. July 2:  Shine plays hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s, rock, alternative, disco, lounge and many more.  Mon. July 23: Jonny Arsenault who gained acclaim during his time with La Voix. Tue. July 24: the Moonshiners play country music at its best.   Wed. July 25: The Freddie James Project: a six-member group who Has been playing together for 12 years.  Thur. July 26: Boogie Wonder Band celebrating their 20th anniversary the group relives the disco era and make you dance into the 70s.  Fri. July 27: Tone Call is a group of six young musicians whose music includes Motown, to disco to Latin, and current pop, a good time for dancing.   Sat. July 28:  Stéphanie Bédard and her band will play classic rock and some of her album “Minuit Debout.”   Sun. Jul. 29: Persuasion, the Santana Experience. The tribute band plays most of Santana’s hits such as Black Magic Woman, Oye Como Va, and Samba Pa Ti, and more.
 

June  2018

July 6 – 15 - 25th International Blues Festival of Tremblant: Featuring blues musicians from Australia, Canada, Chicago, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Missouri.  Free concerts!

Sat. Jul. 7: The legendary Elvin Bishop, who sings the blues for almost 60 years, will perform at the Casino. 

Sun. Jul. 8: Singer/song writer Eric Bibb acoustic blues. 

Wed. Jul. 11: World renowned Beth Hart.

Thur. Jul. 12:  guitarist Robert Randolph. 

Fri. Jul. 13: from New York Shemekia Copeland.   /Over seventy local and international artistes will perform free of charge for ten days in the village.  These include: Myles Goodwyn & Friends of the Blues, Mr. Sipp, Christone Kingfish Ingram, Devon Gilfillian, Lachy Doley Group.  Also playing will be Blackburn, Michael Jerome Browne, Monkey Junk (winner of the Juno 2018, Jack de Keyzer, Steve Strongman, Victor Wainwright, and the well known Quebec musicians: Carl Tremblay, Guy Bélanger, Jim Zeller, Angel Forrest, and Dawn Tyler Watson.  819-681-4800 #47801 blues.tremblant.ca

 

May 2018

Exhibitions - Salle Alphonse Desjardins, 1145, rue de Saint Jovite, Qc. J8E 1V1, under the Samuel-Ouimet Library.  Opening hours: Wed. 1 – 4 pm; Thur. & Fri. 1 – 7 pm; Sat. 10 am – 3 pm; Sun. 1 pm – 5 pm.  819-425-8614, #2500.   http://www.villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca/fr/culture/expositions/salle-alphonse-desjardins.

 

May 16 to June 3:  Artwork by students of the “Campus Primaire School” of the Curé-Mercure High school in Mont Tremblant, Teachers:  Mélanie Labonté-Poirier.   

 

Première Scène - Église du Village/Village Church, 1829, chemin du Village. 819-425-8614 # 2500.  villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca  

 

Sun. May 27, 2 pm: Fleurs d’acier – Theatre entre amis - Six women chose a beauty salon to express themselves and confide. Thérèse, owner of the salon and a fine psychologist, listens to their adventures and dramas. They are funny, touching, sometimes cynical. "Fleur d'Acier" is an ode to feminine solidarity performed by six talented actresses: With Marie-Ève Trudel, Pascale Véziau, Marie-Claude Giroux, Stéphanie Loiseau, Élisabeth Lauzon and Roxanne Soucy. The text is by Robert Harling, and is staged by Carle Guité.  $25

  

April 2018

 Première Scène - Village Church, 1829, chemin du Village. 819-425-8614 # 2500 villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca  

 

Fri. Apr. 13, 8 pm: Philippe Brach is back from a tour of 120 shows.  Now he presents his third album.  He won the Felix “Revelation of the Year” in 2015, and continues to surprise audiences.

 

 

 

 

Lydia Képinski - Winner of the 21st edition of Francouvertes will open the evening. $30

 

 

 

 

 

March - 2018

Mont Tremblant Première Scène - Village Church, 1829, chemin du Village. 819-425-8614 # 2500 villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca
  


        

Sat. Mar. 3, 8 pm:
  France d’Amour presents the second volume of “Bubble Bath & Champagne” following the success of her first tour.  Opening act:  Manon Brunet, singer and vocal coach of Mont Tremblant, will present Quebec songs from the 60s and 70s.   $34

  

  

Nöyze
     Fri. Mar. 16, 8 pm:  Nöyze – Emerging rock musicians.  The group was founded in 2012.  They just came out with their third album.  Adrien Harvey - Lead vocals and guitar, Alexis Danetz - Lead guitar, Mat Roots - Drums, Chester - Bass.  The band was initially influenced by Pink Floyd, Kings of Leon, the Beatles, etc.  Now they have their own style and sound.   $15



 


The BoxFri. Mar. 23, 8 pm: The Box -
a Pop-Rock group were strong in 1982 won four Felix and launched four albums all gold or platinum.  It dissolved in 1992, but the leader Jean Marc Pisapia created another group in 2005.  Since then The Box did not stop to perform in concert halls and music festivals.  In this concert they will launch a new album
. Opening Act: Marie-Éve Imbeault a singer from the Mont Tremblant region performs the songs of the 80s.  $30 


 


   Fri. Apr. 13, 8 pm:  Philippe Brach – over hundred twenty performances throughout Canada, Philippe Brach is back with songs from his recent recording.  He won the Felix in 2015 as the discovery of the year, and continues to share his funny side with the audience.  Opening act:  Lydia Képinski - winner of the 21st edition of Francouvertes.  She is candid, touching, shocking and funny at the same time.    $30

 

March 2018 - Mont Tremblant

 

Première Scène - Village Church, 1829, chemin du Village. 819-425-8614 # 2500 villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca  

 

Fri. Mar. 16, 8 pm:  Nöyze – Emerging rock musicians. Adrien Harvey - Lead vocals and guitar, Alexis Danetz - Lead guitar, Mat Roots - Drums, Chester - Bass.  $15

 

Fri. Mar. 23, 8 pm: The Box - a Pop-Rock group will launch a new album. Opening Act: Marie-Éve Imbeault a singer from the Mont Tremblant region performs the songs of the 80s.  $30

 

Fri. Apr. 13, 8 pm:  Philippe Brach – Philippe Brach is back with songs from his recent recording.  Opening act:  Lydia Képinski - She is candid, touching, shocking and funny at the same time.    $30

 

February 2018

Première Scène - Village Church, 1829, chemin du Village. 819-425-8614 # 2500 villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca  

Fri. Feb. 2, 8 pm:  singer-song writer Kevin Parent with his guitar will perform pieces from his new album “Kanji.” $38

Sat. Feb. 17, 8 pm:  Roxane Del & Guy St. Onge “Love, Love, Love the Beatles”.   Roxane Del – violin (solo), accompanied by the “Fab Four” string quartet, Pierre Bégin - First Violin; Denis Létourneau - 2nd violin; Frank Perron – viola; Jean-Christophe Guelpa – cello; and Guy St. Onge – piano, and musical arrangements.  They will play Debussy and Jazz by Bill Evans and the most beautiful melodies of the Beatles.  $34

Sat. Mar. 3, 8 pm:  France d’Amour presents the second volume of “Bubble Bath & Champagne” following the success of her first tour.  Opening act:  Manon Brunet, singer and vocal coach of Mont Tremblant, will present Quebec songs from the 60s and 70s.   $34

Exhibitions

Salle Alphonse Desjardins, 1145, rue de Saint-Jovite, coming exhibitions to be announced on website. 819-425-8614, # 2500 http://www.villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca/fr/culture/expositions/

January 2018

Première Scène - Village Church, 1829, chemin du Village. 819-425-8614 # 2500 villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca  

Fri. Feb. 2, 8 pm:  singer-song writer Kevin Parent with his guitar will perform pieces from his new album “Kanji.” $38

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibition at the Samuel-Ouimet  Library, 1145, rue de Saint-Jovite, 819-425-8614, # 2500

Tue. Jan. 16 to Feb 4: Reliving the Gray Rocks, by the historical society.

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