The climax of the June events will be a free concert on Friday, June 24 - a
is proud to bring you this fabulous
program that presents well-known artists as well as promising new
Erik Larose, Chair of Franco-Fête 2005.
Additional Franco-Fête festivities launch at the beginning of June with two ticketed events.On Thursday, June 2nd, Franco-Fête, in partnership with “Soupers Francofun”, presents its annual Lobster Fest at 6 p.m. at the Boathouse restaurant located in Queens Quay Terminal. Paul Lamoureux will entertain with his repertoire of traditional French-Canadian songs interpreted with a modern, jazz-inspired twist.
On Thursday, June 9th,
The Franco-Ontarian improvisation group, Improteine,
begin the evening with a riotous and interactive show at the Lula
Lounge at 8
p.m. They are followed by the 10-member group, La Chango Family, who play material from their new album Babylon
is made possible thanks to the invaluable
contribution of its many volunteers and the generous support of its
Friday June 24
Soleil part of Franco-Fête@ Harbourfront Centre (7 p.m. – CIBC
Music- The Diouf Brothers part of Franco-Fête@ Harbourfront Centre (8 p.m. – CIBC Stage) free.
Music- Paul Piché part of Franco-Fête@ Harbourfront Centre (9. p.m. – CIBC Stage) free.
Comedy – Improv group Improteine part of Franco-Fête (8 p.m. – Lula Lounge, Tickets $15 –416-588-0307 or www.franco-fete.ca)
Music – La Chango Family part of Franco-Fête (9 p.m. – Lula Lounge, Tickets $15, 416-588-0307 or www.franco-fete.ca)
Thursday June 2
Food/Music – Lobster Fest feat. Paul Lamoureux part of Franco-Fête (6 p.m. Boathouse Restaurant, Queens Quay Terminal, Tickets $15, 416-462-8788 or www.franco-fete.ca)
Thursday June 2
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We are currently confirming French and English interviews with Franco-Fête artists.
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