Frequently Asked Questions

All the FEQ 2022 passes are sold out. Thanks to our loyal festivalgoers!

BEWARE OF RESALE SITES!

The Festival is not liable for purchases on other sites than that of the Festival. 

No. The FEQ concept is one pass that is good for all shows in general admission.

Visit the Price page to find out about all offers to attend the Festival.

The shipping of passes and Front Stage Zone cards will start at the beginning of June. You will receive them no later than two weeks before the Festival.

For any question regarding shipping, please contact the box office by calling 418-800-3347 or 1-855-800-3347 or send an email to billetterie@feq.ca.


As of this writing, the majority of COVID-19 public heatlh measures have been abolished, or are on the verge of being abolished by government authorities and the Public health Direction. (https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/health-issues/a-z/2019-coronavirus/measures-in-force/about-the-measures-in-force)

The FEQ continues to follow government instances recommendations.

In 2022, the FEQ shows will be presented on four outdoor stages:

  • Bell Stage on the Plains of Abraham.
  • Loto-Québec Stage at parc de la Francophonie (side-to-side stages).
  • Sirius XM Stage at parc de la Francophonie (side-to-side stages).
  • Hydro-Québec Stage, at Coeur du FEQ, place de l'Assemblée-Nationale (free access).

This summer, the FEQ is working on a reconfiguration of its secondary stages.

Le parc de la Francophonie will host two stages side-to-side: the Loto-Québec Stage and the Sirius XM stage, located directly on Jacques-Parizeau Street. The shows will be presented continuously with changeovers from stage to stage. Five artist per night during the week and six artists on the weekend.

The Hydro-Québec Stage, usually located at Place D'Youville, will now call home at Coeur du FEQ at Place de l'Assemblée-Nationale. You can still access it for free.

Yes, the Festival has reserved sections accessible to any individual who is mobility-impaired, whether permanently or temporarily (limb in cast or mobility-impairing injury), and who must use a manual or electric wheelchair, three- or four-wheel scooter, white cane, crutches, walker, guide or service dog (you may be asked for a certificate).

Note that both the mobility-impaired spectator and accompanying companion must have passes.

Go to the Service for mobility-impaired page for reservation procedures.

Children from 0 to 10 years of age accompanied by an adult don't need passes for general admission, limited to 2 children per adult.  

Access cards are mandatory for admission to the Gold and Silver Front-Stage Zones, Bell Signature Zone and VIP section for all spectators, regardless of age.

For the safety and wellbeing of all festivalgoers, the Festival recommends that parents with small children exercise judgement concerning the kind of show presented and the density of the crowd expected on the site before deciding to bring their children. To make it easier for families with strollers to enter the Plains of Abraham, they are asked to use the paved area leading up the hill near the Citadel.

The parents who come with children should bring HEARING PROTECTION and especially not go towards the MOSH PITS in front of the stage.

For security considerations, the FEQ could decide for specific shows :

  • Pass required regardless of the age and/or;
  • limit access of one child per adult and/or;
  • ban strollers;

To find out if this rule applies to the show you want to attend, consult the artist's page.


Yes, the FEQ Store is back this year with a new product line. It will be available online and on site, during the Festival. Watch for upcoming announcements!

Yes. A show could ONLY be cancelled during a thunderstorm or if the safety of the people on site is in danger. Ponchos are sold for $5 at the bars and checkrooms.

  • July 6 to 17, 2022
  • July 6 to 16, 2023