The word podorhythmie is Québécois for foot rhythms, the galvanizing percussive accompaniment to music that's made by tapping and stomping feet. Now it also refers to an amazing five-member group hailing from Canada, the US, and France known for their dynamic, good time performance of Québécois and Cape Breton music and dance. Fiddle, accordion, song, and lots of hard shoe step dancing interspersed with crankie (moving panorama) shows makes for a unique experience full of energy, rhythm, and surprise.
Dimanche 11h / Sunday 11 a.m.
Grand Chapiteau / Main Stage
Dimanche 14h / Sunday 2 p.m.
Tente Des Ateliers / Workshop Tent
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