Francophonie en Fête

Toronto's Annual Celebration of Francophone Diversity

From September 15 to October 7 2022 17E EDITION

The festival is back live!

Pierre Lapointe in concert in Toronto at the Paradise Theater on February 26, 2022.

Francophonie en Fête is pleased to announce the program of Pierre Lapointe in concert in Toronto at the Paradise Theater, 1006 Bloor W. on February 26, 2022 at 8:00 p.m.

Honoured with numerous awards and gold records since the beginning of his already long career, the Quebec singer-songwriter is part of the tradition of French song with silky pop music and very elaborate lyrics.

Preceded by a reputation as a multifaceted artist, this eccentric dandy carries his piano and his crystalline voice on stages around the world with real success. “A popular singer”, that’s how he describes himself, with his many appearances on the biggest Canadian, Belgian or French stages. Each time, the same welcome for a very prolific artist who has already released 16 albums recorded in the studio and in public.

Sanitary measures

The Francophonie en Fête concerts will take place in complete safety in accordance with the sanitary and distancing measures in force in Toronto.

In order to comply with guidelines from the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, all visitors, artists and staff will be asked to complete a COVID screening questionnaire before entering the festival area. These questions will be mandatory for each new entry, even for people who have already been vaccinated. In order to answer this questionnaire and to facilitate reception of the public, the use of a cell phone will be required to scan a QR code which will be displayed near the entrance to the festival. Paper versions will also be available.

Failure to comply with screening and tracing requirements may result in visitors being denied entry to the theatre.

Stay tuned for more information to come.

Outdoor Concerts

September 15 to 18

28 free concerts during 4 days at the Bentway, under the Gardiner Expressway,250 Fort York.

September 25th. Franco-Ontarian Day 13h00-17h30. 5 Free Concerts at Carrot Green Roof, 348 Danforth. On the roof of the Big Carrot, Toronto.


Concerts In Theatre

Luc De Larochellière
Saturday September 24 at 8 p.m. at the Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. “Saving My Soul—30th Anniversary” (Opening for Andréa Lindsay)

Louis-Jean Cormier
Friday October 7 at 8 p.m. at the Paradise Theatre, 1006 Bloor St. W. (First part Mclean)

Protective Health Measures

Francophonie en Fête concerts take place safely in accordance with the health and distancing measures in force in Toronto.

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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