Francophonie en Fête

Toronto's Annual Celebration of Francophone Diversity


Dear friends of Francophonie en fête,

Hello Spring

May 29

Why participate in virtual shows online – The advantage of the virtual reality show is that it allows you to attend the performance without having to worry about parking, traffic, the babysitter and other irritants. In addition, you become a participant in real time. Hurry, places are limited.

Gregory Charles

A show specially designed for Hello Spring /
Bonjour Printemps.

Gregory Charles in a very special show on Saturday, May 29

Hello Spring!

On Saturday, May 29 at 8 p.m., Francophonie en Fête will mark the return of good weather by presenting an absolutely exceptional live virtual show. There will be a resumption of this show on Sunday May 30 at 8 p.m. for those who will not be free on the 29th.

We will welcome Gregory Charles in an interactive performance using cutting-edge technology. A unique platform will be deployed and will allow the artist to interact directly with his audience. Gregory Charles, whose reputation is well established, will take us on an overview of the most famous songs and melodies of all time.

Gregory will communicate with his audience and improvise live for the hundreds of virtual ticket holders in attendance. The public will be invited to make special requests. It will therefore be a communion between Gregory and his audience, just as if he were in a performance hall.

Valid for live viewing on Saturday, May 29 at 8 p.m., and delayed on Sunday, May 30 at 8 p.m. This link allows everyone living under one roof to watch the show with their family.

Hello Spring! is a whole new part of the cultural offering of Francophonie en Fête. This addition completes the range of its annual activities, the highlight of which remains the Fall Festival held in September.

Purchase your tickets by clicking here
Remember to specify the decade you prefer when purchasing your ticket: 60 – 70-80-90- 2000- 2010.

Tips for a good virtual concert experience

  1. Optimize your listening experience. Think in advance about the device you are going to watch your virtual concert on: magnify and improve the sound.
  2. Connect your computer to your TV with a wire or without wires (Apple TV)
  3. Enjoying good sound. Connect to your home theater system or a pair of good listeners
  4. Have a stable internet connection. It is advisable to keep a speed of 5 and 10 mbps minimum.
  5. Be chick like you're at the theater.
  6. Adjust the lighting and your camera.
  7. Log in at least 15 minutes before the show.

Enjoy The Concert

Below are the 15th Edition Virtual Concerts

Francophonie en Fête hosts Toronto’s Best Annual French Music Festival! Now in it’s 14th year it has been a vital part of the music scene in Toronto and a living example of the growth, creativity and diversity of the Francophone culture in Ontario.Francophonie en Fête is a non-profit organization committed to promoting the cultural vitality of French-language culture across the GTA. Each year Francophonie en Fête harvests the best in Francophone entertainment to offer Toronto a unique and inspiring festival with a range of high quality concerts. In addition to its rich entertainment program, Francophonie en Fête also strives to forge links and collaborate with the vital forces of the Francophone community of Toronto, in particular La Semaine de la Francophonie in March, and delivers a vibrant educational program to the French language schools in the Toronto area.

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