MONTREAL, May 23, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Air France announced it will be
back as a sponsor of Montréal's 8th Osheaga Music and Arts Festival
August 2 to 4, 2013 at Parc Jean-Drapeau.
After sponsoring the pixel rain on the closing night of the 2012 edition
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPLqdLzoCEY), Air France will be presenting this year the festival's "Made in France" stage, featuring 6 French artists and bands: Phoenix, Lou Doillon,
C2C, Rone, Odezenne and Hyphen Hyphen. This is being made possible
thanks to the collaboration of the Consulate General of France in
Québec and the Institut français.
"We are very pleased with this collaboration that will help shine the
spotlight on today's French music scene during the festival," commented
Fabien Pelous, Vice President and General Manager of AIR FRANCE KLM
In addition to flying the Made in France artists from Paris to Montréal,
Air France will also be offering 2 tickets as part of the "Win a trip
to the 2014 Eurockéennes de Belfort" contest, which will enable the
winner and the travelling companion of his or her choice to fly to
France to attend the festival. The prize also includes 2 VIP passes, 3
nights' accommodations in Belfort, and a backstage tour courtesy of the
People interested in entering the contest may already do so on www.osheaga.com/airfrance or by joining the Facebook event (https://www.facebook.com/events/326700687459807/).
Prick up your ears! The sky has something to tell you…
Known and appreciated by music fans for its sharp selections and
exclusive content, Air France Music has decided to make you lift your head up with its iPhone and Android
app: Music in the Sky.
This innovative app allows Air France Music fans to stream the tracks
aired on board, even after they land.
Thanks to a concept that is both fitting and fun, exclusive tracks
hidden behind the clouds can be added to a playlist by lifting the
phone up to the sky. And because every destination has its own song
selection, travelers will discover new music with every new journey
depending on the region.
Also, several times throughout the year, Air France Music will release
new tracks and, through games hidden in the sky will give out concert
tickets and even airline tickets. The "Air France Music" app can be
downloaded free for iPhone from the App Store and for Android from Google Play.
SOURCE: Air France
For further information:
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