Rod Stewart, King Crimson, ex-Talking Heads member Jerry Harrison & more playing Quebec's FEQ festival

Courtesy of Festival d'été de Québec 

Courtesy of Festival d’été de Québec 

Rod Stewart, King Crimson and founding Talking Heads keyboardist Jerry Harrison are among the many artists who have joined the lineup of Quebec’s 2020 Festival d’été, aka FEQ, which runs from July 9 to July 19.

Stewart will be headlining a concert on the festival’s final day, while King Crimson is among the artists performing on the first day.

As for Harrison, he and one-time Talking Heads touring guitarist Adrian Belew will team up with Brooklyn-based group Turkuaz for a performance celebrating the 40th anniversary of T. Heads’ Remain in Light album. That show is scheduled for July 11. Harrison, Belew and Turkuaz previously have been confirmed to play their Remain in Light tribute at a variety of festivals this year.

Other artists on the FEQ bill include SagaAlanis Morissette, Garbage, Imagine Dragons, Jack Johnson, Joan Osborne and Sublime with Rome.

All those acts join previously announced alt-rockers Rage Against the Machine, who are headlining FEQ on July 18 as part of their worldwide reunion tour.

Visit FEQ.ca for the full lineup and all ticket info.

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