3-day Shows FCL

3-day Shows FCL

In-person Event
From June 17th to 19th 2022
3:00 pm – 11:45 pm / Doors: 2:30 pm

1068, Avenue Bergeron, Saint-Agapit, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Festival Country de Lotbinière at info@countrylotbiniere.com.

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Live the new country experience at the Lotbinière Country Festival days of country music

Since 2015, nearly 40,000 festival-goers have come from all over the province to see the performances of Granger Smith, High Valley, Dallas Smith, James Barker Band, The Reklaws, Brett Kissel, Tim Hicks, Meghan Patrick, Matt Lang, The Washboard Union, Blackjack Billy, Emerson Drive and several other country artists. Moreover, camping pitches are offered directly on site to make your stay all the more pleasant.

The festival shows are produced on one of the largest mobile stages of the SL series in Quebec! Also, the most valued technical aspect at the festival is undoubtedly the quality of sound and lighting in order to offer you high-caliber shows! For more information, visit our website or our Facebook page!

Refunds
No refunds
Exchanges
No exchanges
Free for children
Free for 10 years old and under
Access for persons with mobility impairment
No
Free for Accompanying Person
Yes
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Live the new country experience at the Lotbinière Country Festival days of country music

Since 2015, nearly 40,000 festival-goers have come from all over the province to see the performances of Granger Smith, High Valley, Dallas Smith, James Barker Band, The Reklaws, Brett Kissel, Tim Hicks, Meghan Patrick, Matt Lang, The Washboard Union, Blackjack Billy, Emerson Drive and several other country artists. Moreover, camping pitches are offered directly on site to make your stay all the more pleasant.

The festival shows are produced on one of the largest mobile stages of the SL series in Quebec! Also, the most valued technical aspect at the festival is undoubtedly the quality of sound and lighting in order to offer you high-caliber shows! For more information, visit our website or our Facebook page!

Refunds
No refunds
Exchanges
No exchanges
Free for children
Free for 10 years old and under
Access for persons with mobility impairment
No
Free for Accompanying Person
Yes

The municipality of Saint-Agapit is located on the south shore of Quebec less than 20 minutes from Quebec bridges. See Google Maps.


Business Hours

Sunday
Closed
Monday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday
Closed

Dean Brody

Multi-platinum celebrated Canadian artist Dean Brody is consistently recognized as an industry leading songwriter and performer and with the radio-release of “I’d Go To Jail” earlier this fall, the most recent single from his 2020 album Boys, fans continue to see why. With the release of this emotion-fueled track, the quietly stoic artist gives a disarming glimpse into his passion for storytelling. Capturing the unparalleled beauty of a father-daughter relationship, “I’d Go To Jail” also showcases the powerful pull Brody feels to protect not only his daughter but many other young women around the world through his philanthropic initiative, The Dean Brody Foundation. Written by Brody, the deeply personal track manifested itself when he sat down to write. Anchored by his own journey of fatherhood, “I’d Go To Jail” has quickly become one of his personal favourites. “Sometimes a message just falls into your lap, and you become the vessel to deliver it. That’s how ‘I’d Go To Jail’ felt when I wrote it,” said Brody on how the song came together. “Something similar happened when I wrote ‘Time’ all those years ago. When I get goosebumps writing a song, I know it’s special and I’ve been lucky enough to have this happen twice now. Anyone who has someone in their life that they love this deeply can relate to doing anything to protect them and that’s really what this song is about. I hope it means as much to everyone that listens as it does to me.” Coming off the biggest year of his career (2020) it’s clear that 2021 is showing no signs of slowing down for the 17x CCMA Award 2x JUNO Award-winning artist. Just last month, Brody landed four CCMA nominations for the upcoming 2021 Awards, including the coveted Entertainer of The Year nod as well as Fans’ Choice, Male Artist of the Year and Single of The Year. In addition, his “Boys” duet with country music’s fastest rising star Mickey Guyton, Brody’s history-making #1 this past spring, received GOLD-certification. Earlier this year he also saw his smash hit “Can’t Help Myself” with JUNO-nominated brother-sister duo The Reklaws receive PLATINUM-certification in Canada less than a year after its release. Brody’s “Canadian Summer” also garnered GOLD-certification and his 2012 anthem “Canadian Girls” went DOUBLE-PLATINUM. Brody holds five GOLD-certified (Beautiful Freakshow, Crop Circles, Gypsy Road, Trail In Life, Dirt) and one PLATINUM-certified albums (Dirt) in Canada along with six #1s at Canadian Radio. With over 12 years of making music behind him, 30+ Top 10 singles and 300+ Million Global Streams, Brody currently holds the spot for the second most-streamed Canadian artist in 2021, behind only Shania Twain. www.deanbrody.com/

James Barker Band

It’s a tale as old as Music City: the driven country band moves to Nashville with dreams of making it big at radio or on the touring circuit. In the case of James Barker Band, many of the markers of breakout success were already behind them when they arrived in Nashville which laid the foundation for their international success today. Indeed, the multi-award-winning four-piece has fueled an incredible story over the last six years, largely on their own, from opening for local bands in dive bars to charting multiple No. 1 singles and hundreds of millions of global streams to headlining some of Canada’s largest country music festivals. Now, after notching their third No. 1 in Canada with the “dynamic country-rock” single (MusicRow) “Over All Over Again,” and a landmark US record deal with Sony Nashville and Villa 40, the group has released their collaboration with 14X Grammy Award nominee and long-time idol Dierks Bentley, “New Old Trucks.” Co-penned by band frontman James Barker, Jordan Minton (Keith Urban, Dan & Shay), Hunter Phelps (Florida Georgia Line) and Casey Brown (Russell Dickerson), the fun-loving track takes a trip down memory lane, recounting stories of first trucks and celebrating the experiences that shaped their teenage years. But as the band pulls from past experiences to write new songs, their vision for the future remains unchanged. www.jamesbarkerband.com/

The Reklaws

Born and raised in rural Ontario, The Reklaws are made up of sibling duo Jenna and Stuart Walker. Finding breakout success when their single “Long Live the Night” became the most-streamed domestic song of all Canadian country artists and the theme song for the national broadcast of the Canadian Football League’s (“CFL”) Thursday Night Football (2018/2019), The Reklaws momentum skyrocketed after the release of their debut EP, “Feels Like That.” Awarded the 2019 CCMA for Album of the Year, the album’s title single, “Feels Like That,” was also The Reklaws' first #1 at Canadian country radio and is certified GOLD in Canada. In 2019, they earned their first JUNO nomination for Country Album of The Year, as well as a live performance spot on the national broadcast. This same year, they released their PLATINUM-certified single "Can't Help Myself,” with long-time country music hero Dean Brody, following their first national tour (Canada) alongside Brody on the "Friends Don't Let Friends Tour Alone Tour." “Can’t Help Myself” also landed them their second #1 at Canadian Radio. Releasing their second full-length album Sophomore Slump in October of 2020, which is home to their current single "Not Gonna Not" and their GOLD-certified track "Where I'm From," the duo also celebrated a JUNO nomination for Group Of The Year that year (2020), making them the first country artist to be nominated in this category in over 20 years. 2021 has been a record-breaking year for the group. Known for breaking the mould, the pair went viral on TikTok earlier this year with their hit “What the Truck (WTT),” which currently holds the spot for the most domestically streamed track ever by a Canadian country artist. WTT recently achieved a GOLD-certification, making it the fastest-ever Canadian country song to go GOLD in the streaming era (under 16 weeks). This year also saw the pair recognized with a JUNO nomination for Group of The Year as well as 6 2021 CCMA Awards nominations (Entertainer of the Year, Fans’ Choice, Group or Duo of the Year, Single of the Year (x2), Interactive Artist(s) of the Year), making them the most nominated artists for 2021. With 135.5M+ Global Streams, 6 GOLD and 2 PLATINUM-certified tracks, 4 of the top 20 streamed singles by Canadian Country artists since 2019 (more than any other artist) and the most domestically streamed debut album in Canadian country history it’s clear to see that The Reklaws are country’s next superstars. www.thereklaws.com/

Chad Brownlee

The recipient of numerous accolades with over 85-million total global streams, the June 2019 release of his EP, Back In The Game, included multiple gold-certified released singles such as “Dear Drunk Me” (2018), which was his first ever Top 5 single on the Canadian Country music charts. Additionally, “Forever’s Gotta Start Somewhere” (2019) hit #1 on the Canadian Country music charts, and was his first single to amass more than 21-million global streams. This single was also featured on Spotify’s “Hot Country” (world’s largest country playlist); Brownlee is only the second domestically-signed Canadian artist ever to have that honour. His follow up single "The Way You Roll" (2019) quickly became a fan favorite with over 7-million global streams to date and also hit Top 5 on the Canadian Country music charts. In January 2020 Brownlee released his deluxe album Back in the Game which expands his previously released EP with 4 new tracks including the hit Top-10 single “Money On You”. www.chadbrownlee.com/

Tyler Joe Miller

Signed to MDM Recordings Inc. in 2019, Tyler Joe Miller from Surrey, BC quickly began to make a name for himself in Canadian country music and continues his meteoric rise with the release of his latest song Wild As Her. After releasing her GOLD-certified debut single Pillow Talkin in late 2019, the catchy tune quickly earned her the title of iHeartRadio Future Star and became her first No. 1 single on Canadian country radio. What followed was an all-time high for Miller with the song I Would Be Over Me Too, which steadily climbed the charts and earned him accolades as the first independent Canadian country artist to reach No. radio with his first two singles. Tyler Joe Miller quickly caused a stir with his song Sometimes I Don't, But Sometimes I Do which has amassed over 20 million cumulative streams to date. Additionally, his songs Fighting and Sometimes I Do reached the Top 5 and Top 10 charts respectively. The artist also won SiriusXM's 2021 Top of the Country award and was nominated for four 2021 CCMA awards, including "Album of the Year", "Male Artist of the Year", "Rising Star" and "Choice fans". mdmrecordings.net/artist_press/tyler-joe-miller/

Tim & The Glory Boys

Tim & the Glory Boys are independent recording artists based in Abbotsford, BC. Lead singer, Tim Neufeld, has toured the world for over a decade, shared the stage with countless Canadian country, roots and gospel artists, and won multiple JUNOS, Dove and Covenant awards. The Glory Boys are a Canadian Bluegrass trio of backcountry hillbillies with world-class facial hair and infectious onstage energy. Together, the guys have been entertaining audiences across Canada since 2013 with their unique blend of country bluegrass, elaborate production elements and a healthy dose of humour. www.timandthegloryboys.com/

Shawn Austin

With over 23 million cumulative streams to date, Vancouver singer-songwriter Shawn Austin works tirelessly to cement his place in the Canadian country music landscape. Nominated for the 2021 CCMA Rising Star Award, Austin has big plans ahead in 2022, starting with his latest song Tailgate To Heaven. Austin was recently a second-season runner-up on NBC's Songland, a series that features unknown songwriters pitching their original creations to a panel of acclaimed producers, in hopes of creating the next greats. success. With a magnetic voice and laid-back style, Austin is a happy hybrid between country superstar Brett Eldridge and Grammy award winner John Mayer. Shawn Austin shows no signs of slowing down in 2022. shawnaustinmusic.com/

Sara Dufour

A powerful spark plug! This is a qualifier that perfectly describes Sara Dufour. Originally from Dolbeau Mistassini, this brilliant songwriter released her first EP, Le Breaker (2015). In 2016, she launched her very first album entitled “Dépanneur Pierrette”. This album allows him to do more than a hundred shows across the Francophonie, as far as Europe and the Eastern provinces. She won the “SOCAN song of the year” award at the 2017 Country Gala. In the spring of 2019, Dufour presented her second self-titled album, and performed more than 50 shows across Quebec and New Brunswick. This album is a great success and positions her in the charts and on the radios, where she shines her colorful vision of the world. In the fall of 2019, she received the André “Dédé” Fortin prize from the SPACQ foundation as an emerging artist. Definitely recognizable by his country/folk music with bluegrass accents, the roaring electric guitars lead us to his colorful texts, sometimes festive, sometimes intimate, but always unifying. www.saradufour.com/

Nate Haller

From an early age, Nate Haller has had music in his blood. Mentored by Zubin Thakkar (Music Director of Shawn Mendes), and having performed alongside top Canadian artists, most recently The Reklaws, Nate has had a crash course in the music industry in his 10+ years in the business. His song Lightning In A Bottle earned Haller his first Top 10 on Canadian country radio. Shortly after his debut, the Ontario native was named iHeartRadio's Future Star and was also featured on the cover of Apple's Canada's Country Playlist and Spotify's All About Country. With a sweet, caring side that only a small-town boy with heart and determination can deliver, Nate Haller brings new excitement to the Canadian country genre. www.natehaller.com/

Phil Lauzon

A newcomer to Canadian country music, Phil Lauzon gained recognition when he appeared in the quarter-finals of the hit show La Voix. A self-proclaimed fan of Zac Brown, Luke Combs and Chris Stapleton, Phil Lauzon has developed his own line of “gritty country” under the able guidance of Canadian record producer Dan Stobbs and associate producer and multiple CCMA award winner Gil Grand. His first EP was recorded and mixed by Kevin Jardine at Uplift Productions in Montreal. www.phillauzon.com/?lang=fr

David Boyd Janes

In 2019, David Boyd Janes combines success after success. In the same year, he won two “Next Country Music Star” competitions organized by Havelock Country Jamboree and Country Wild Music Festival. And to end the year, he won the prestigious “Emerging Artist Showcase” competition organized by the Boots & Hearts Music Festival. www.davidboydjanes.com/

Léa Jarry

Just named at ADISQ and GAMIQ in the Revelation of the Year and Country Album of the Year categories, Léa Jarry definitely has a career that never ceases to amaze. In 2019, she launched her mini-album Entre-temps, earning her 3 nominations at the 2020 Country Gala and winning the SOCAN Songwriter of the Year category. To highlight the release of her latest album, Léa took to social media to present a large-scale show at the Stade de Saint-Tite, accumulating nearly 270,000 views! www.leajarry.com/

Laurence St-Martin

At a very young age, Laurence fell in love with the stage when she opened for singer-songwriter William Deslauriers. Since the release of her album, Laurence has been opening for great artists including Matt Lang, Sophie Pelletier, Hugo Lapointe, David Jalbert and Valérie Carpentier. Her songs "Filles des Îles" and "Sans Toi" are a great radio success almost everywhere in the province. www.laurencestmartin.com/

Francis Degrandpré

With his warm and personal voice, Francis Degrandpré will transport you to his new country universe marked by hunting, fishing and fun with friends. During his show, through the songs of his first album, you will feel the atmosphere of a drunken evening with friends around a large campfire.

Laurence Doire

Laurence has been touring the stages of Quebec with her band for over 6 years now and has shared the stage with several artists such as Roch Voisine, Patrick Normand, Kaïn, La Chicane, Paul Daraîche, Guylaine Tanguay. You will be charmed by her soft, bewitching voice and her charisma on stage! www.laurencedoire.com/

Phillip Saucier

Philip draws on his soft rock and new country inspirations and launches his first single entitled Red Rocks in June 2020. The reception is warm on country radio and on SiriusXM and the song slips into several charts including, among others, on the Radio Quebec-Country and on Stingray Music. From the beginning of 2021, the team is launching the second extract Ce monde de fou which will enter the entire Énergie network directly, in addition to ending up in the Top 100 BDS for more than 15 weeks. philipsaucier.wixsite.com/philipsaucier

Audrey Charbonneau

Originally from St-Césaire in Montérégie, Audrey Charbonneau made a name for herself on the Quebec music scene by winning, among other things, the Performer and People's Choice categories at the Festival Western de St-Tite in 2018 and in various competitions such as Trois- Pistoles en chanson and Propulse ta voix in 2017 and 2018. Her passion for country music developed as a teenager listening to artists such as Leann Rimes, Martina McBride and Carrie Underwood. amplitude.ffm.to/tatouee

Megane Lebel

Singer-songwriter, Megane Lebel has dreamed of making music since she was as tall as three apples. It was when she landed a role in the music video for the song “J’prends ma guitare” by France D’Amour that she understood that her passion was the arts. Subsequently, a relationship of unconditional love with the Country was born. The singer-songwriter has more than one string to her bow and wants to propel her music on the big Quebec stage. www.meganelebel.com/