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​The Maison de la Culture de L'Avenir is proud to present its new 2017-2018 program. A very diverse program that will appeal to a wide audience, with something for everyone. The House of Culture of the Future, a must!!!

The Boulay Sisters

After more than a hundred shows of 4488 de l'Amour throughout Quebec, but also in Canada and Europe, the Boulay sisters needed to get together, as a duo, in a more sober and relaxed atmosphere. For the occasion, they will improvise jack-of-all-trades, re-taming both string instruments and percussion, imperfect but sovereign, in an intimate show where songs and confidences will be queens.

September 30, 2017 at 8 p.m.
Member tickets: $37   Non-member: $42

Laurence Jalbert

It is more than 40 years of career that Laurence Jalbert will offer us on stage following the release of her album Ma Route.  Musician, author, composer and performer, Laurence Jalbert will transmit all her passion and tenderness to us in her new show. Accompanied by talented musicians, she will present songs from her new opus without forgetting her greatest hits.

October 14, 2017 at 8 p.m.

Member tickets : $40  Non-member $45

American Country
Alan Jackson Experience(TRIBUTE)
Staged by the country experience of seasoned musicians, the prestigious Alan Jackson Experience show presents the most memorable hits of this great music star. With no less than seven instrumentalists and breathtaking vocal arrangements, you will quickly fall in love with what you will see and hear. From 1989 to today, this show traces some of the defining moments in the life of Alan Jackson. Love, life and cars remain central themes in Jackson's texts.​
October 21, 2017 - 8 p.m.
Member tickets: $36 Non-member : $41
Anglophone Pop-Rock
Martin Levac B-Sides

Do you know all the songs of Phil Collins? 

Do you know Martin Levac with his show "Dance Into The Light"? 

Want more? 

Martin Levac presents a unique show with Phil Collins' "B-Sides" show where you will hear the lesser known songs from the British singer's repertoire.   In an intimate atmosphere and accompanied by musicians François Larouche on bass, André Lavergne on guitar and Mathieu Groulx on drums, Martin Levac presents the B sides of Phil Collins' discography.

November 4, 2017 - 8 p.m.
Member tickets: $31  Non-members: $36
Quebec folk

Francois Lachance

A true social media star, François Lachance won his first fans on the web and then introduced himself to the general public through his participation in Star Académie (2012) and The Voice, in France (2013).


His pop-rock style compositions were well-known on the radio, making his first album, J'suis là (2013) stand out on the popular music scene in Quebec. His second opus, True Stories, was released in the fall of 2016.


On stage, the artist never ceases to seduce with his warm voice and his very contemporary compositions. François Lachance, an artist to discover or rediscover again and again

November 18, 2017 at 8 p.m.
Member tickets: $21  Non-member: $26

Philippe Laprise

Between 2 Shows

"I'm often asked what happens between two shows.  Well, I suggest "L'entre-deux". _cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ You will witness a nice big unpretentious, interactive and hyperactive delirium!  LOL!!! laboratory, from which a gala number or the start of a third “one man show” will emerge!  Who knows?  It will be simple._cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d__  Just me. ;)"

November 25, 2017 - 8 p.m.
Member ticket: $31  non-member: $36

Composed of 5 lovers of traditional music, the La Voltige group from Centre-du-Québec stands out for its frenzied rhythms and festive songs which have the effect of creating a festive atmosphere.  An atmosphere that makes you want to sing, tap your feet and above all to have fun like in the good old days. 

December 9, 2017 -   Dinner: 6:30 p.m.
      _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ _cc781905-5c de-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_   Show: 8 p.m.
Member tickets: $23 Non-members: $28
Dinner - Members show: $45
Dinner - Non-member show: $50
Quebec Rock

Brothers in arms

Breen Leboeuf replacing Rudy Caya(Naughty Penguin)And

Jean-Francois Dube (Black Silence)

For the January 27 show, the group will be accompanied by a new Brother in Arms thanks to the participation of none other than Breen Leboeuf! Due to Rudy Caya's state of health, he will not be able to be on stage, Breen has agreed to come and sing with Jean-François for a show!


For one night only; the great hits of Jean-François Dubé (singer of Noir Silence), the great hits of Breen Leboeuf (including songs by Offenbach) and a few songs by Vilain Pingouin to give a nod to our friend Rudy!

January 27, 2018 at 8 p.m.
Member ticket: $25  non-member $30
Ruff Edge
Tribute to AC DC

For nearly 20 years, Ruff Edge has been without a doubt the most popular ACDC tribute band in Canada.   The physical and musical resemblance of the singer and the guitarist is identical, everything is there!   ACDC enthusiasts will be confused.

February 10, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Member tickets: $25 Non-members: $30
Jim Zeller


JIM ZELLER is from Ste-Agathe-des-Monts. He started playing the harmonica at the age of 12.   At the end of the 1970s, he went on tour   with his first band.   During this period he accompanied the  greatest legends of the Blues including BB King, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and this is only to name a few.   He plays in France, Paris and also in the United States with the biggest stars of the day.  JIM ZELLER is  more than a harmonica player, he's a stage beast!

February 24, 2018 - 8 p.m.
Member tickets: $35 Non-member: $40
Quebec folk

Emile Bilodeau

Finalist at the Granby Song Festival, and winner of a multitude of awards such as public choice, SOCAN award-winning song and best stage presence, Émile Bilodeau, accompanied by his solid musicians, presents the songs from his first album Rites de passage with the contagious exaltation, insolent charisma and irresistible candor that characterizes him. Sometimes folk, sometimes rock, he has only one goal: to enthuse the crowds wherever he goes with humor and sensitivity.

March 10, 2018 - 8 p.m.

Member tickets: $23 Non-member: $28

Quebec Rock

The Respectable

The Respectables are back in force with a major show.   Overflowing with energy, the flagship group of Quebec rock takes over the stage to present their latest self-titled album.   In an electrifying atmosphere,  Respectables exhibit their new pieces, including This girl, Do you have enough love to give and Blue, which quickly rise to the top of the radio charts.   With the ardor we know them, they also deliver their greatest hits like Amalgame, L'argent fait le bonheur and many others.   Rediscover a band with a unique style and explosive energy!

March 24, 2018 at 8 p.m.

Member tickets $36   Non-member tickets $41

Quebec Rap


Songwriter, originally from Pikogan, a small Algonquin community landlocked in the city of Amos, in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Samian won over his audience by proudly wearing his colors; those of an entire people, this “invisible” people that he calls “invincible” and for which he claims respect and recognition. Voice through which is expressed, in the present, a centuries-old story. The Métis rapper declaims his poetry with the soul of a warrior! He returns to the stage to present his new album, Le Messager, with his accomplice DJ Horg.

March 31, 2018 at 8 p.m.
Member ticket: $23  Non-member: $28
Quebec folk

Simon Boudreau


On stage, Simon Boudreau is a BAND. Always accompanied  by the same three musicians with whom he creates surprising arrangements, the show is a constantly evolving laboratory that leaves no room for indifference. It's an authentic and unpretentious space-time… A sort of flea market of words, reflections and musical tongue-in-cheek. In short, a very nice patent.

April 14, 2018 - 8 p.m.

Member tickets: $21  non-member $26

Steve Hill


A true one-man band, in addition to singing and playing the guitar, he also plays the harmonica, activates a bass drum, a snare drum, “hi-hat” cymbals and other percussion.  With several thousand shows to his credit in his career, Steve Hill has built his reputation on the boards. Whether on the occasion of prestigious first parties, major collaborations and of course as headliners, Steve Hill has established himself as a real beast of the stage. Dozens of awards and distinctions (Gala ADISQ, Gala Lys Blues, Juno Prize, Maple Blues Awards) salute a blues institution in the country.

April 21, 2018 at 8 p.m.
Member ticket: $36   Non-member: $41

Francois Leveillee

Everything is chemical

When you're an artist, you've been in the business for forty years and you've turned sixty, you can afford to realize your dream.   Passionate, jacks of all trades, like an alchemist, François Léveillée has spent his entire life measuring himself against time, challenging the human species, mastering matter and confronting the elements. He had the choice of weapons. Author, composer, performer, guitarist, director, actor, writer and… handyman, nothing could resist him!


In 2012, after four comedy tours, he chose to return to his laboratory to create a new synthesis show combining music and humor. Two products as difficult to mix as water and acid; question of dosage…  This resulted in “ The second role of your life ” a production that he presented to more than a hundred covers and which has won praise from audiences and critics alike.


Always eager to refine his art, François Léveillée delved into the news, dissected the collective unconscious, analyzed mores to extract scents that cause tiny electrical signals and trigger the release of chemical keys that neurons exchange . The result is a show with an indelible scent from which the public leaves with a smile on their face and a contagious feeling of well-being. In short, Léveillée in humor and song is the alchemy of guaranteed happiness.

May 5, 2018 at 8 p.m.
Member ticket $33 non-member $38

Time it Was

(Tribute to Simon & Garfunkel and Cat Stevens)

Le spectacle du groupe « Time it Was «  est plus qu'un simple hommage à Cat Stevens_cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_et à Simon & Garfunkel, which together constitute a whole section of American music of the 70s. It's a real journey through time that reminds us of the immense repertoire of these monuments of American song and a snapshot of this revolutionary era. Five musicians and singers  will guide you on this journey.

May 12, 2018 at 8 p.m.
Member ticket: $31   Non-member: $36
Joseph Edgar

Less than two years after the release of his last album Ricochets, Joseph Edgar presents in 2018 the best of his original folk rock repertoire in a brand new trio show. The Acadian singer-songwriter revisits selected pieces from his 6 solo albums, adding his new compositions along the way, including the excerpts "Up to the end" and "Between the cracks (Le Calepin d'un flâneur, part II)" published in the fall of 2017. Offering a sound of its own, but still evolving, it transports us with pleasure into its rich and varied musical universe, with original texts in which a whole range of characters rub shoulders from his daily life and his memories as well as his unbridled imagination.


2  June 2018 - 8 p.m.
Tickets member: $26 non-member: $31
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