Gabrielle Destroismaisons at the 3rd Emerging Comedy Festival

Gabrielle Destroismaisons at the 3rd Festival d’humour é emerge

Singer Gabrielle Destroismaisons will be in Rouyn-Noranda on July 1 to take took part in a 2000s karaoke evening during the 3rd Emerging Comedy Festival. (File photo)

A singer – and not a comedian – will act as guest of honor at the 3rd Emerging Humor Festival in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, which will be presented at Rouyn-Noranda from June 29 to July 2.

Gabrielle Destroismaisons, who enjoyed great success some twenty years ago, notably with her hit Et Cetera, will be at Paramount Hall on July 1 at the end of the evening to participate in a 2000s karaoke event, which is likely to take place under the sign of humor.

This will be the closing activity of the festivities, if not the Aftermath brunch podcast, which Gabrielle Destroismaisons will also attend, on the morning of July 2 at HQ.

No, the singer did not launch into humor, but she represents, for us, the Quebec idol of the 2000s, the one who was in all our walkmans!, we underline in a press release from the organization.

The organizing committee of the Emerging Comedy Festival in Abitibi-Témiscamingue.

< p class="e-p">The presence of Gabrielle Destroismaisons at the Emerging Humor Festival is part of a theme of sweet nostalgia to introduce the public to new talents and the next generation of Quebec humor.

Fr everything, this 3rd edition of the FHE promises to be busy with nearly 30 shows or activities, including 12 podcast recordings, six outdoor shows at La Guinguette, five late-night shows and two shows at the Pre-FHE Event, on June 28 at the Théâtre du Cuivre.

The program also includes three shows in rural areas, namely Cadillac, Cloutier and Arntfield.

No less than fifty artists will be celebrating at FHE 2023, including Pascal Cameron, Sam Cyr, Marylène Gendron, drag Sasha Baga, Gabrielle Caron, Pierre-Luc Racine, Guillaume Pelletier, Maxime Ève Gagnon, Pantelis, Yannick de Martino, Didier Lambert, Guillaume Rivest, Marie-Hélène Racine-Lacroix, Coco Belliveau, Rafaële Bolduc, Sam Vincent, Brian Piton, Frédéric Barbusci and Salomé Corbo.