The infernale passe
La Slague presents

The infernale passe

In-person Event
May 24th and 25th 2024
  • May 24th 2024
    7:30 pm – 8:45 pm / Doors: 7:00 pm
  • May 25th 2024
    5:00 pm – 11:00 pm / Doors: 4:30 pm
For more information about this event, please contact La Slague at billetterie@maplacedesarts.ca or at +1 705-885-1076.

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The infernal pass means you won't miss a thing at this 10th Nuit émergente night! You'll have access to all the performances, all the venues and all the excitement of the festival.

Refunds
Until May 17th 2024
Exchanges
No exchanges
Free for children
No free access
Access for persons with mobility impairment
Yes
Free for Accompanying Person
No
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The infernal pass means you won't miss a thing at this 10th Nuit émergente night! You'll have access to all the performances, all the venues and all the excitement of the festival.

Refunds
Until May 17th 2024
Exchanges
No exchanges
Free for children
No free access
Access for persons with mobility impairment
Yes
Free for Accompanying Person
No

Municipal parking B10 available. You can also park along Elgin street. Parking is free in the evenings.


Business Hours

Sunday
Closed
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday
9:15 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Friday
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Saturday
Closed

La passe infernale

Once a year, Sudbury gets to discover emerging recording artists in a unique environment. It’s like a music festival in a park, but in a building. Concerts take place in various spaces. Spectators wander freely, meeting music at every turn. On stage are those that stood out this season among the many up-and-coming performers scouted by La Slague’s programming team. “Sudbury has to see this!”

That’s La Nuit émergente. You want to be there. Because these emerging artists are hot stuff. They surprise, they impress. They win you over. Great new music marks our times by marking moments. When it clicks, you sense it. Something inside you feels new.

Every year, our poster comes up with new Hollywoodian apocalyptic imagery. It’s meant to evoke the power of emerging music and promise an exciting experience. Among Sudbury’s old stereotypes are, of course, blackened rock, blasted ore and sulphurous air. This year’s poster uses local imagery to imagine a setting for supernatural adventures in emergence: molten red slag, dark shadowy slag heaps and, howling with glee, a three-headed dog. Okay, then!

But there’s nothing infernal about La Nuit émergente. In fact, the selected artists for this 10th anniversary edition are at both ends of the spectrum. Of course, there’s high-energy music to dance to. But there’s also a touch of tenderness to cradle your heart.

How does this adventure end? You come out of it alive.

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