The first shows broadcasted live from La petite Église as part of the Week-ends musicaux program certainly warmed up the entire City of Saint-Eustache. Alone or with family, nearly two thousand spectators have danced, sang and celebrated over the last three Fridays. The Arts and Culture Department of the City of Saint-Eustache is continuing this positive momentum by adding new shows to the program of Musical Weekends, which remain free to Eustach residents. The Acoustic Blues Summit, Arthur L’Aventurier, as well as the incomparable band Les Ringos who will pay homage to the Beatles will be live from the house of the Eustachians over the coming weeks.

Two shows rather than one!

March 5 promises to be a busy day with music. To the delight of children, Arthur The Adventurer will fly over his 25 years of adventures in song! From Quebec to the Rockies, via Africa, Costa Rica and Australia, the little ones’ favorite traveler has 1001 fascinating stories to tell! He will perform the favorite songs of adventurers which are often requested in shows and will invite young families to dance! Learning about fauna, flora and animals while having fun is great. The show can be viewed throughout the day, between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m.

At 7:30 p.m., the group Les Ringos promises an evening where several generations of music lovers will gather around the music of the Beatles. Inhabited by the same fiery, even euphoric spirit that characterized the Fab Four on stage, 4 seasoned musicians (namely Marc Déry, Éric Goulet, André Papanicolaou, Marc Chartrain) will celebrate the most playful songs from the impressive repertoire of the Beatles. An evening of reunion and pure pleasure.