Les Beaux Dimanches | Sundays, some go to church. Others…
On any given Sunday this summer there’s Les Beaux Dimanches. Backed by a long standing cast of party organizers, the movement generates the right energy for local electronic enthusiasts to raise their hands and give thanks for the unifying force in house music and techno.
Their mission is to introduce you to local artists, a daunting task as this city has so much talent in line to rise to the occasion. With an impressive depth in picking talent you’re in for some thank god I made it discoveries! In addition, Les Beaux Dimanches will present a monthly international guest. Big names like YokoO, Dj Tennis, KiNK, Barbara Misstress, Culoe De Song, Audiofly, Droog have represented and the organizers plan to keep this up as demonstrated in the past.
The 2018 movement takes off this Sunday May 20th and concludes on Sunday October 7th at Stereobar, starting at 10pm (located at 856 Ste-Catherine East). For their first event of the season, May 20th, Les Beaux Dimanches presents MONITORS, a Montreal duo composed of Bruno Brown and Erik El, founding members of the club night. They aim to please with their engaging music range to brighten your Sunday. In addition things wouldn’t be complete without the presence of Emmanuel Côté behind the decks. The latter is a member of the Montreal duo Or Room and will be promoting les Beaux Dimanches in 2018.
For the second Sunday, on May 27, the team presents Felix Da Housecat, a producer from
Detroit and a two-time Grammy nominee! The pioneer’s mission is worth noting: to make people dance. In support of this initiative, the team did not hesitate to call on the duo HOOPALAÏ formed by François Lebaron and Frédéric Laurier, who since 2015 have combined forces with Felix Da Housecat to launch Thee FFF. You can also find some of their productions under the label Victims.
Following 4 highly successful seasons, we’d be very surprised if Les Beaux Dimanches nights didn’t continue to rise this year. Click here to keep up with its upcoming events. Long may the institution continue…