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Festival de la chanson de Tadoussac 

2025 dates to be announced (June)
180, rue de l’Église
Tadoussac (Qc), Canada
G0T 2A0
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The Festival de la chanson de Tadoussac is the biggest of Quebec's small festivals. More than 40 mainly French-speaking artists, both well-established and up-and-coming, perform on different stages constructed in the heart of Tadoussac. More than 60 performances take place over the 4 days of the festival and the entire village is transformed into a great musical celebration. The exceptional natural environment, on the shores of the St. Lawrence River and the Saguenay Fjord, provides a unique experience to the event!

2025 dates to be announced (June)
180, rue de l’Église
Tadoussac (Qc), Canada
G0T 2A0

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