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Karl Tremblay: A national tribute ceremony will be held at the Bell Centre
Last week, the entire province of Quebec mourned the passing of the legendary Karl Tremblay.

The Cowboys Fringants singer passed away at the age of 47, after losing his battle with cancer.

In a press release issued earlier today, Quebec Premier François Legault said there would be a national tribute to Karl Tremblay.

The ceremony will take place next Tuesday evening, November 28, at the Bell Centre.

In agreement with his wife Marie-Annick and all those close to him, the Quebec nation will pay a national tribute to this artist so beloved by Quebecers, and to the immense legacy he leaves in our culture. – François Legault

An article in La Presse states that “a limited number of passes will be available to the general public” from 10am this Thursday. Tickets will be available from Ticketmaster.

Karl Tremblay has thrilled Quebecers for the past two decades.

This will be a great opportunity for the people of the province to honour the singer’s memory and bid him a final farewell.

It’s sure to be an emotional evening, and the Bell Centre will be packed for the event. Let’s hope that Karl Tremblay looks down on all this and realizes that he has left his mark on the imaginations of all those who have hummed his songs over the past 20 years.

Because he deserves it. It’s a fine initiative for this much-respected man, who has contributed so many fine things to Quebec culture.


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