Vulgar Machins, CKay and Men I Trust at the Santa Teresa festival
The Santa Teresa festival unveiled the lineup for its next edition on Friday morning, which this year will be held a week earlier than as usual, from May 12 to 14. It is in particular to the sound of the music of Les Vulgaires Machins, CKay and Men I Trust that we can celebrate the start of the festival season, all in the heart of downtown Sainte-Thérèse.
The shows will be divided into two parts: paid and free. The paying ones, called the Big shows, are held on the main outdoor stage. On Friday evening, Quebec rock groups Les Shirley, Bon Enfant and Vulgaires Machins will be there.
On Saturday, this stage will be devoted to urban rhythms. Hip-hop artists Guessmi, Peet, Emma Beko, TOBi and LaF will hit the big stage before Nigerian Afrobeat sensation CKay comes to rock the suburbs after rocking the world with his global hit Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah).
Finally, the paid festival shuttlecock will end in a very smooth wayMother's Day Sunday with our local talents Ariane Roy, Milk & Bone, Clay & Friends and the internationally recognized Montreal trio Men I Trust.
Even more shows
Santa Teresa also has a host of free shows, excellent opportunities to discover talented local artists. In various places in Sainte-Thérèse, both on a small outdoor stage and in bars, we will be able to see, during the weekend, Gus Engelhorn, La Sécurité, Lysandre, Zoo Baby, No Waves, Marco Ema, Velours Velours , Allô Fantôme, Carla Chanelle, Anatole, Pure Carrière, Naïma Frank, Naomi, Sensei H, Q052, Figure8, Roselle, Vanille, Frais Dispo and Bønanza.
That's not all: surprise artists will also appear on stage on a few occasions during the festival.
Tickets go on sale from noon today.
A shuttle service will be available for festival-goers. era.s wanting to go to Sainte-Thérèse from Montreal. Departures will be at the Berri-UQAM metro station.