Quebec City Summer Festival Sets New Record for Sales; Festival Runs July 8-18, 2010 Featuring Rush, Santana, Black Eyed Peas, and much more

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Over 50,000 Hydro-Québec passes out of the 60,000 on sale in the 38 Greater Quebec City area Metro supermarkets were snapped up in just a few hours for this 11-day, 1000 artist festival running July 8-18, 2010. Performing this week: Arcade Fire, Santana, Rush, Black Eyed Peas, Billy Talent and Rammstein, all in one great summer music festival in Quebec City

The Quebec City Summer Festival is underway, rain or sine, and ticket sales have hit new milestones and surpassed all expectations. but there are still a few thousand passes left at these three Metro stores in Quebec City: Old Québec lower town, 860 boul. Charest Est; corner of Marie-de-l'Incarnation, 707 boul. Charest Ouest; and in Old Québec upper town, 977 rue Cartier.

Whether festival guests seek French and pop song, rock, hip-hop, jazz, blues, classical music, techno, or world music, the Festival d'été de Québec reminds all guests to buy Hydro-Québec passes at the regular price of $54 (taxes and service fee included) online at http://www.infofestival.com or by phone at 1-877-841-2010. The flashing pass for the Festival d'été de Québec is sold with a unique "Smart" bracelet containing a microchip valid for the entire Festival. Both items, the pass and the bracelet, are mandatory for admission to the sites and resale of this wristband is strictly forbidden.

The Festival d'été de Québec is presented by Bell in collaboration with Molson Dry, and features 11 days of over 1000 artist performances from July 8-18, 2010 at three main outdoor stages and five major indoor venues. The Festival is presented by Bell in collaboration with Molson Dry.

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THIS WEEK'S ARTISTS INCLUDE:
JULY 12: Canadian group The Arcade Fire, two-time Grammy Awards
JULY 13: The Santana Universal Tone Tour 2010 with special guest Steve Winwood
JULY 15: Legendary Canadian rock band, RUSH
JULY 16: Six-time Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum artists The Black Eyed Peas
JULY 17: BILLY TALENT rocks their third appearance at the Festival
JULY 18: German band Rammstein will close the Festival with their first North American mega show.

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