Numéro Huit

As 2010 is winding down, we’re recounting The Anthology’s most ridiculous moments of the past 365 days. (You can catch up with number ten and number nine.) Without any further ado I would like to present the most ridiculously late discovery (I’m only four centuries behind on this one).

quebec-je-taime8. This summer, I finally discovered the charming parks, picturesque riverbanks and beautiful old town of Quebec City. And I was one of the few out-of-provincers to discover the Festival d’Ete de Quebec, an 11-day showcase of artists like Arcade Fire, Santana and Passion Pit. It’s huge, it’s cheap as borsch (only $50) and very few of the attendees come from out of provice (only 5% according to the National Post).

Which means next year could be your year to discover it.

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