SATURDAY JUNE 6
11 at 12 - Yoga session with Nicole Jones
Practice this unique sport in a one hour session that promotes well-being and health. No need to be a pro, you just need to want to move! With yogis Nicole Jones: https://www.nicolejonesyoga.com/
13h00 - Musical performance by spokesperson Safia Nolin
Join us on Instagram for a live performance by artist Safia Nolin, spokesperson for JVL 2020.
TO ACCESS THE SAFIA NOLIN INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT: https://www.instagram.com/safianolin/
15h - Panel moderated by Eugénie Lépine-Blondeau + guests
21h - The "live Dugas show"
Meeting with comedian Audrey-Anne Dugas and her guests, to end the evening with laughter and humor.
SUNDAY JUNE 7
11h - Virtual tour of the Never Apart Gallery
Our partner, the Never Apart Center, presents its exhibitions to you in an online format adapted to current circumstances. To find out more about this unique place: https://www.neverapart.com/
13h00 - Mechanics 101
Mechanics workshop 101 for LGBTQ + communities with the theme “Under the hood”. General maintenance (understand the parts under the hood including checking the oil, the windshield washer, etc.) by the mécano Léonie Leboeuf.
17h - Film programming by Image + Nation
156/5000 Online event viewing links (on Facebook, Instagram and Zoom) will be available on June 6 and 7 on our Facebook and Instagram pages!
For a second consecutive year, the singer-songwriter from Limoilou proudly displays her colors as spokesperson for the JVL 2020!
With her dark folk-flavored songs, Safia Nolin has charmed both critics and audiences alike, winning the Félix for Female Performer of the Year at the 2017 ADISQ Gala, one year after being named Révélation de l’année at the same gala. Whether she sings her own compositions or covers of Quebec classics, the artist transports us to her unique universe.
Safia Nolin’s third album – her second composed of original songs – is titled Dans le noir and was released on October 5, 2018 via Bonsound. Named on the long list of the Polaris Music Prize and at ADISQ in the Album of the year – Folk and Album of the year – Critics’ choice categories, Safia’s first album, entitled Limoilou, was released in September 2015 via Bonsound. The artist from Quebec has since won the prestigious 2016 Félix-Leclerc Song Prize, the SOCAN 2016 Revelation Prize and two prizes at the 2016 GAMIQ (Folk Album of the Year and Songwriter of the Year) . The day after the ADISQ Gala, in November 2016, Safia launched a surprise album called Reprises Vol.1, on which she paid homage to beautiful music from here.
She revisits back eight classics from the Quebec repertoire with all the sensitivity that we know. The album won the Félix for Album of the Year – Reprises at the 2017 ADISQ Gala.