The Vieilles Charrues Festival reveals its full program on Monday. This year marks the 30th anniversary of this event.
There will be Stromae, we have known it for a few weeks, but also Orelsan, Angèle, Ninho, Queens of the Stone Age, SCH, Clara Luciani, Juliette Armanet … The organizers of Vieilles Charrues revealed the festival program on December 13.
After a Covid-shaken 2021 edition, the Carhaix-Plouguer Festival will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2022, with a rich and varied programme. The ticket office will open on December 15th at 7pm.
“White Nights, Appetizing, Discoveries”
“30 years of Vieilles Charrues, it’s crazy!! What memories of meetings, sleepless nights at camp, appetizers, discoveries, favorites and anthology parties,” the organizers described in a press release.
The festival, which combines rap, electro, pop and French ballad, will take place July 14-17. Strumi, Clara Luciani, Fontaine DC, Holliese, Maxime Le Forestier, Muet, SH, Chela will perform on Thursday, July 14.
DJ Snake, Angèle, Juliette Armanet, Matmatah and Rilès Vladimir Cauchermar will be on stage on July 15.
On July 16, he will sing “Queens of the Stone Age”, or Bob Sinclar, or Eza, or -M- or even Ninho. Orelsan, Feu! Expected on Sunday, Chatterton, Epeyi, Madiun, Metronome, Viani, Polo & Pan, Lujibica.
“We are keen to have the most beautiful musical image of the year in all colors and all musical trends,” festival general director Jerome Trehorel told AFP, adding that for the first time the festival management decided to announce in December the full program of the festival.
2021 version reinvented
“It has been three years since we last did the traditional format of Vieilles Charrues due to the health crisis even if last year we invented a new format to be present because we really didn’t want to bring back a silent summer. So we are fantastic, happy and very excited about the idea of reviving this festival,” added Jerome Thihorel. .
Organizers determine that tickets purchased for the 2020 edition, which have been canceled due to the pandemic, will not be valid for this 2022 edition.
Last year, Jerome Trehorel did his best to keep the festival alive, while other events threw in the towel, in front of health restrictions.
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