(Trois-Rivieres) After two evenings under a threatening sky, festival-goers can count on a sunny Thursday evening VoiceFest while The Wall Theater Experience shows up on the big stage.
Weather conditions were fairly distant music lovers over the past two days despite the expected artists on different stages of the event.
Thursday night, there is no doubt that it is under a sky free of clouds crowds vibrate and will dazzle your ears with the greatest hits of Pink Floyd on stage Popular Voice. Just before, it’s Patrick Norman who will bring the Ursuline monastery on the stage of Many Voices.
As we enter the long weekend Canada Day, we expect that the festival many will try to regain the two evenings when the rain stole the show.