On Friday evening at 9:00 p.m. local time, Adam Lambert is set to perform a full-length concert set in North America for the first time really since the Glam Nation Tour came to a close. The venue? The St. Agathe en Feux Festival in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec — which is located about an hour north of Montreal. While the town may have less than 10,000 people, expect a rather enormous crowd for the event — people will driving (and flying) in for the festivities.
We are of course going to have plenty of coverage of the concert both via videos and our spies at the scene — but what we can say is that it be a rather entertaining opportunity to witness how Adam’s voice and stage presence have evolved over the past several months. There is one other sort of variable that also has to be considered here (as with any festival performance) — weather. Currently the forecast calls for a chance of storms, which could very well impact the attendance of more casual fans who are debating whether or not to attend.
This concert is going to have to serve as some form of satisfaction for at least a little while, since after this performance there are no more events set on Adam’s calendar. Will this change following the announcement of new music? Definitely, and we can probably expect this to happen a little bit later in the fall.
Are you attending the performance?