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A scorching start to Paléo, with devilish Quebec folk-rock (and craft beer on the grounds!!)

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The first day of the Paléo Festival was a scorcher, with temperatures set to rise these next few days. This didn’t seem to bother the artists nor the crowd, and the first few concerts of the festival were just as explosive and joyful as usual, turning the heat up (which didn’t really seem possible).
This year’s Village du Monde celebrates Quebec, and the lineup showcases the incredible vitality of their music scene, from traditional music to cutting-edge pop and hip-hop (don’t miss Hubert Lenoir tomorrow night!).

Excited festivalgoers rush onto the grounds (C) Paléo / Laurent Reichenbach

Tasked with opening the festivities under the Dôme, Bodhaktan delivered their brand of punk, rock and traditional music (with a good amount of Celtic tunes) to a packed out tent. Playing that...

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