Service for mobility-impaired

THERE ARE NO PASSES ON SALE FOR THE FEQ 2021.

Festival pass and usual measures for festival-goers with special needs will return for FEQ 2022, July 7 to 17.




22 Shows presented at the Voltigeurs de Québec Armory!

Two purchasing options are available to attend the shows on site :

- Table that can accommodate up to two people - $ 60 (taxes and service charges included)

- Table seating up to four people - $ 120 (taxes and service charges included)


Two different shows each evening, The Solar Series presented by Hydro-Québec at 6h30 PM and The Lunar Series presented by Loto-Québec at 9h30 PM. Some shows are also presented via webcast with The Virtual Series presented by Bell!



For your comfort, the room is equipped with high tables and stools. The layout of the room is designed to comply with the sanitary measures in force at the time of the presentation of the shows. The room will be disinfected between each performance.

500 seats are available per show. Tables are available for spectators using a manual or electric wheelchair, three-or four-wheel scooter. It’s important to mention the use of such equipment when purchasing a table.

For each show purchased, an electronic ticket is issued and emailed to the person who made the purchase.

Important

The wait before entering the venue will depend on the health and distancing measures in place the day of the show.

As the ticket is valid for all occupants of the table, spectators seated at the same table must enter the room at the same time.

Each spectator must have in hand a piece of identification with proof of address.

All spectators must respect the public health rules in force on the evening of the performance.

Drop off areas

Information on drop off areas will be provided in the weeks preceding the event.

VIEWS, PHOTO EXHIBITION PRESENTED BY BELL AND THE FEQ HANGOUT PRESENTED BY SAQ

VIEWS photo exhibition presented by Bell and The FEQ Hangout presented by SAQ at place George-V and parc de la Francophonie are accessible for free from July 1 to 25.

Note that the ground in these public spaces is either turfed, paved or made of stone dust. No surface covering will be added.