Record-breaking Attendance at Festival au Lac!

The Festival au Lac in Granby had festival-goers beaming with excitement on Saturday night as they awaited their favorite band to close out their North American tour with a special stop in Granby to fill in for All That Remains, who had to cancel their appearance.

The crowd arrived early to secure a good spot, with many expressing their thrill at seeing In Flames in their city. Attendees were unanimous in their excitement to see their favorite band in Granby.

From die-hard fans to families with young children, the festival brought together multiple generations for a night of music and celebration. The atmosphere was electric as In Flames took to the stage under a gray sky, with fans dressed up in costumes and band merchandise.

Despite the rain that began to fall during the performance, the audience sang along and danced, undeterred by the weather. In addition to In Flames, other bands such as Run Terry Run, Basterds, Get the Shot, Lionheart, Blessthefall, and August Burns Red also performed throughout the evening.

Organizers reported a record-breaking attendance of over 3000 people on Saturday, surpassing the previous year by 1500 attendees. Plans are already in motion for the next festival in 2025, with a focus on including local bands in the lineup each year.

The Festival au Lac provided a unique and exciting experience for attendees, with many expressing their appreciation for the opportunity to enjoy a diverse music festival in the region. The event was praised for its organization and sustainability efforts, with attendees using reusable cups and keeping the site clean throughout the evening.

Overall, the Festival au Lac was a resounding success, showcasing the vibrant music scene in Granby and leaving attendees eagerly anticipating the next installment in 2025.