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Quyon gets its jam on

Hundreds of people filled the Quyon JamFest on the weekend to take in some local country music standards and celebrate Canada Day the Quyon way. When the skies cleared up, the dance floor filled up as people twirled to the music of Arnold Trudeau.

Chris Lowrey
QUYON June 30, 2017
Every year on the Canada Day long weekend, the population of Quyon explodes as hundreds of country music fans invade the town with their trailers in tow for the Quyon JamFest.
This year’s event was no different as more than 200 trailers set up shop on the Quyon JamFest site. The festivities got under way on June 29 and ran throughout the weekend.
Friday was an especially popular night for the music festival as it coincided with Quyon’s Canada 150 celebrations.

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