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Marie-Mai

Photo: Geneviève Charbonneau
Photo: Carole Volikakis

Marie-Mai is the queen of pop-rock in Quebec for 12 years running. With 5 albums, 5 platinum certifications, 4 tours, 4 gold certifications, over 1.5 million spectators in venues or in festivals, 16 #1 hits on radio charts, and 12 shows at the Bell Centre to her credit, the singer-songwriter has built herself a big fan club over the last decade.

She also won 9 Félix awards (Quebec’s Grammys), including 4 Female Singer of the Year, along with 7 SOCAN awards, including the Songwriter of the Year prize in 2014. She also gets noticed outside of Quebec’s borders, notably by singing on the stage of the Stade de France with Johnny Hallyday, by winning an NRJ Award with Simple Plan for the worldwide hit Jet Lag, or by performing during the closing ceremony of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, in front of 3 billion viewers on TV. Official face of the Annabelle cosmetics brand since 2011, Marie-Mai also lent her voice to the Smurfette for the Quebec dubbing of both Smurfs blockbuster movies. She also has her own movie, Marie-Mai Live au Centre Bell : Traverser le Miroir, the capture of her last show at the Bell Centre that was presented in 50 theatres across Quebec in the summer of 2014. Launched a couple of months after its release in cinemas, the DVD/Blu-ray quickly became quadruple platinum!

Photo: Carole Volikakis

In June 2015, she performed three shows at the mythical House of Blues Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, the same venue that hosted legends of music like Aerosmith, Kanye West, or Prince, to present her material to influent members of the American music industry, such as agents, producers, and songwriters.

For her comeback in Quebec, she launches an ambitious project, a residency of 22 shows in 25 days at the Théâtre St-Denis, which meets huge success from the fans and critical acclaim. The stage will now move to Quebec City, where the Capitole will host 9 shows in 10 days. Marie-Mai is undeniably one of the most prolific singer-songwriters in Quebec!