National Indigenous Peoples Day

***Due to bad weather, today’s Eadsé concert for National Indigenous Peoples Day will take place at Victoria Hall***

Outdoor concert in Westmount Park: Eadsé

Eadsé, meaning “My good friend” in Huron-Wendat, is a Wendat singer-songwriter based in Montreal. Eadsé explores the sounds of a soulful pop. Heir to the legacy of her ancestors, it is her grandfather, from the wolf clan and the raven family, who guides her towards music. Since then, she has been creating, with strength and tenderness, musical works that are both touching and powerful.

Snacks will be provided by The Roundhouse Café. Located in Cabot Square, the Indigenous café’s main purpose is to promote social diversity and the empowerment of Indigenous peoples. It is a social economy project by the Groupe communautaire L’Itinéraire.

No registration required.

For more information about Eadsé, please visit her Facebook page.

Information: 514 989-5226 or

In case of rain the concert will be held in Victoria Hall at 4626 Sherbrooke Street West