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Our Photo Recap of Festival d'été de Québec 2019

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The summer festival season might be winding down, but the memories made are still coming in strong. When all the festivities were in full swing, Last.fm caught the action happening over at the 52nd annual Festival d'été de Québec.

The 11-day event took place in Quebec City, Canada from 4 to 14 July 2019. Headliners this year included Imagine Dragons, Twenty One Pilots, Mariah Carey, Slipknot, Blink-182, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kygo, Logic, Alt-J, Corey Hart, Live, and The Offspring. In total, over 250 artists performed across 12 live music venues all walking distance from one another. The festival's main stage, located at the Plains of Abraham, is considered to be the largest outdoor stage in North America.

Among the 132,000 music fans at FEQ was CBS photographer Steve Galli. In his fifth consecutive year of covering the fest, Galli reports back with images of artists across all genres--including rising neo-soul singer Daniel Caesar, heavy metal greats Slipknot and even alt-rock sensation Imagine Dragons whose set was cut short due to thunderstorms.

Check out more photos from the fest, as well as links to the full galleries, below!

2019 Festival d'été de Québec - Part Un

Slipknot


Killswitch Engage


Maya Kamaty


TOBi


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2019 Festival d'été de Québec - Part Deux

Mariah Carey


Kygo


Daniel Caesar


Diplo


2019 Festival d'été de Québec - Part Trois

Imagine Dragons


Gucci Mane


Logic


Ariane Roy




For more info about Festival d'été de Québec, visit Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to get the latest news about next year's FEQ, which takes place 9 to 19 July 2020.


All Photos by Steve Galli for CBS.

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