Festival of the Tale and the Legend of Innucadie

Natashquan, Quebec

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Head out to Natashquan-Nutashkuan to attend the enthralling Innucadie Stories and Legends Festival. A festival of tale, song, and music awaits you amidst beaches, swimming waters, rivers and taiga. Innucadie is a gem along the St. Lawrence River. A confluence of Innu and Acadian cultural influence, entwined with the works of Gilles Vigneault, Innucadie boasts a unique heritage and bustles with the artistic creativity of the Innu for whom oral traditions are vital in the sharing and transmission of knowledge. Oral traditions are an art; they are laden with the experiential, aesthetic, symbolic and metaphysical aspects of the Indigenous life.

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Festival of the Tale and the Legend of Innucadie

17, Chemin d'en Haut
Natashquan, Quebec, G0G 2E0
418 726-3213 festivalinnucadie@gmail.com Visit Website
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Learn more about Festival of the Tale and the Legend of Innucadie by visiting them online:

Visit Website

Festival of the Tale and the Legend of Innucadie

17, Chemin d'en Haut
Natashquan, Quebec, G0G 2E0
418 726-3213 festivalinnucadie@gmail.com Visit Website
The Original Original

Accredited Business

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Indigenous culture and heritage are as rich and diverse as the Canadian landscape. Despite years of oppression, Indigenous Peoples are proud to show visitors our vibrant, living history.

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