A Virtual Edition
July 9th and 10th, 2021
Une Édition virtuelle
Les 9 et 10 juillet 2021
Une Édition virtuelle
Les 9 et 10 juillet 2021

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Organized by the Conseil culturel fransaskois (CCF), the Festival fransaskois is an annual celebration of the francophone community of Saskatchewan. The largest community event offers a combination of cultural and artistic components including a music festival that welcomes popular French-language musicians. In addition to highlighting rhythms and francophone artists from here and from the rest of Canada, the 2021 edition is offering our community partners a chance to introduce the population to original projects and initiatives they’ve accomplished during the past year.
  • During the day, take in free programming sure to engage your whole family such as cooking workshops, crafting and activities hosted by local artists.
  • During the evening, purchase your tickets to enjoy concerts and discover artists under a new light through interviews.

In addition to our line-up of well-known Canadian artists, we are also helping local artists by showcasing their talents during the local emerging artist concert series.
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Our line-up


Corneille - QC

Francophone singer, he was born in Germany to Rwandan parents. Today, author, singer-songwriter, producer, survivor of genocide and now speaker, Corneille will enchant you through his talks that inspire participants. His survival, his hopes, his happiness, his dreams, his success, his story, and his roots are the secret to Corneille’s wisdom.

Florent Vollant

Florent Vollant - QC

Innu author, composer and singer Florent Vollant was born in Labrador in 1959 and grew up on a reserve named Maliotenam, east of Sept-Îles. He began his musical career in the middle of the 80s and helped to create the Festival Innu Nikamu,

Andrina Turenne

Andrina Turenne - MB

Andrina Turenne is a singer, songwriter, and musician born and raised in Winnipeg with strong ties to her Franco-Manitoban and Métis roots. She has participated in the creation of many musical projects, including JUNO award-winning roots band Chic Gamine. Building on years of experience both on and off the stage, she now embraces a new chapter as a solo artist, pulling inspiration from her life experience as well as the history and beauty of the land she grew from.


Sarahmée - QC

While Sarahmée’s music inspires dancing and enlivens parties, it doesn’t lose its depth encouraging self-confidence in an often harsh world. Sensitive and empathetic, Sarahmée looks to herself and to the world with a clear, feminist and antiracist vision.

Hay Babies

Hay Babies - Acadia

We know the Hay Babies as three young authentic, funny and chill Acadians, but above all, they’re great friends who have trouble taking themselves seriously. Their influences clash, intertwine and complement each other. There’s folk, comedy, rock, fashion, pizza rolls…

Post Script

Post Script - AB

Charming, alluring and authentic, their syncopathy is nothing short of palpable. So intense it seems almost tangible, the atmosphere between Steph Blais and Paul Cournoyer creates the perfect storm for unbridled magnetism whether live or recorded. Somewhere between the forlorn warble of Emmylou Harris and the ethereal chemistry of Broken Social Scene, Post Script has found a distinct niche in the Canadian music landscape.

Ariane DesLions

Ariane DesLions - QC

Through poetry adapted for a young audience and catchy melodies, Ariane offers tools through song to guide children through daily storms and weave in resilience to craft dreams in colour. (Photo: Marianne Deschênes)


Cirquetastic - AB

Cirquetastic is a family troop, founded by Lyne Gosselin, with more than 25 years of experience in circus arts. The trampoline allows her to fly high during street festivals across Canada, the US, Dubai and Japan. She pursues her career at the École de cirque du Québec as an artist, trainer and manager of circus school workshops. In AB, she shares her passion for circus arts through shows and school workshops. Her passion for expressing herself onstage during festivals and theatre remain her priority. Her latest challenge: navigating the opening of the Cirquetastic club in Edmonton during the pandemic while keeping the spark of performing on stage alive.


Annette Campagne - SK

Bio to come

Emerging Youth

SK Emerging Youth Talent Program with Etienne Fletcher

Alluzion Rose

Alluzion Rose - SK

Alluzion Rose is a pop/alternative band of students from the École Monseigneur de Laval PSQV. The members, Marissa Gregory, Juan Tonita-Charriez, Zipporah Picard, Sara Robert, and Liam Campagne, have participated in multiple concerts over the last two years including the Rendez-vous de la Fransaskoisie, a few 5 à 7, the Francofièvre and at three French schools in Regina for a Christmas tour. Previously known as 5 Étoiles, Alluzion Rose is currently working on writing their own songs and hopes to offer more shows in the coming months.

Lunch Krew - SK

The trio Lunch Krew, made up of Nico Butel-Marchildon (U-Nico), Louis-Philippe Beaulieu (L.P.B.) and Dylan Kram (Krum), is gaining traction in Saskatchewan! Their songs launched on Soundcloud have already garnered 3,000 listens and the group is becoming more and more known to students in multiple high schools across Regina.

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