The 13th edition of Igloofest got underway on Thursday, January 17th.
The Winter Electronic Music Festival will be presented again in three weekends in 2019, from Thursday to Saturday, until February 2.
Once again, Igloofest provides festival-goers with a varied program, combining international and local artists.
Here is a suggestion of three headlines and three Quebec artists to see during this festival held at Jacques-Cartier Pir in the Old Port of Montreal.
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Above & Beyond
(January 25 at 10:30 am, Saporo scene)
The British Trio will land in the city on the second weekend of Igloofest. The world-renowned Tire Gang, nominated for the "Best Dance Recording" category, ranked 51st in the 2018's Top 100 Top-100 Top 100.
Over & Biond has just released a new song, flying by Candelley, the first part of their upcoming mini-album next March called Common Ground Companion.
(February 1, 23h, Saporo scene)
Grammar was a very lucrative Lifeline for the Oshayaga Festival in 2016. Due to a problem with the Flight De Disclosure, the Slovenian producer was able to get the crowd dancing just before Radiohead.
This time, there are grammar headlines, and the crowd will dance as much, if not more than in its recent performance. Helen's Island.
(Feb 09, 09, Saporo Scene)
Fans of Techno will be serving at the closing festival of Cuban American Masso.
The DJ who no longer needs to name his name has thrilled crowds around the world.
His style is largely influenced by a combination of techno and house and sometimes incorporates electro in his melodies.
(January 19, 19:30, Sapporo scene)
The Duo is dedicated to Montreal's Mirin and Maddie for the first time at Igloofest. Do you think they are looking forward to it?
"So excited to play in our favorite place in the world, Igloofest," said the band on his Instagram account.
Their style combines house, techno, and trap music. Clickbait will perform just before another Montreal artist, Jack Green.
(January 31, 20:30, Vidéotron scene)
Montreal's ShowView Ryan Martel, named after artist Ryan Playground, unveiled her new album 16/17 Last September.
The singer-songwriter, who is also a producer and DJ in her spare time, will present you an electro-pop record to the crowd that will pick up the Jack-Cartier throw.
The pieces Tokyo, Too Smart And Pie in the Sky Will fill those who will move to see the one who wins to become known.
(January 31st, 7:30 am, Saporo scene)
Producer and DJ from Quebec City Tommy Cruise has been working for several years, both in Quebec and abroad.
Tommy Kruise has produced melodies for several hip hop artists, most recently for FouKi.
You can find all the details about the Igloofest here.
Reference: Relive In Images The 2016 Edition of Igloofest