Laurence Nerbonne is the headliner at la Nuit émergente.
Her new minimalist electro but rich in textures sounds are inspired by Swedish and American pop music, as well as contemporary hip hop style. Her album XO is a jewel of electro-pop music, accessible and joyful, but also the work of an honest artist.
After presenting about 200 shows since its rebirth in 2006, La Slague is now at the dawn of moving in La Place des Arts and is excited to live this beautiful new adventure.
Le Carrefour will be transformed.Published on 23 March, 2020 by Sophia Bagaoui
A quick word from our cultural programming team. We’re here to entertain and accompany your family throughout this (long!) staycation. It is important to us that your little ones continue to hav...View Blog Post
La 8e Nuit émergente cancelledPublished on 13 March, 2020 by Sophia Bagaoui
Dear audiences and partners of La Slague, We regret to inform you that La Nuit émergente, which was to take place on Friday, March 27, 2020, is cancelled. Our priority is your health and welfare. Giv...View Blog Post
The 5th annual FRENCH FEST showcases Francophone multiculturalismPublished on 9 September, 2019 by Ariane Clément
French Fest provides a great opportunity to experience the vitality of one of Canada’s largest bilingual cities. An exciting series of nine concerts and events will be presented in various venues a...View Blog Post
La Slague’s 2018-19 season brings a wind of delight!Published on 1 August, 2018 by Jeffrey Kambou
La Slague is proud to present its 13th season as a “wind of delight”, in the form of uplifting concerts and comedy events for Sudbury audiences of all ages and interests. There’s a lot to look ...View Blog Post
French Frogs and Creatures of the Night EMERGE!Published on 13 March, 2018 by Sophia Bagaoui
It is a night where you can bask in folk, rock, acoustic, electronic, alternative and international music from one minute to the next. It is a night where you can discover new artists and actually tal...View Blog Post
La Slague’s evolution
La Slague is a Francophone concert promotion agency in Greater Sudbury, Ontario. Its history extends back to the sixties and seventies, when La Slague presented performers such as Félix Leclerc, Jean-Pierre Ferland, Cano, Renée Claude, Harmonium and Offenbach. La Slague went dormant for a time in the 1990s, but it roared back to life in 2006 as part of the Carrefour francophone’s programming. Today, La Slague has been officially awarded the title of best concert promoter in French Ontario!