For its 32nd edition, the Fête de la musique celebrates the arrival of summer with three days of concerts, workshops and encounters. From Place de Neuve through Parc des Bastions to the old town, almost 600 free cultural offerings will be open to the public from 23 to 25 June!
- Friday 23 June, 7 p.m. - 2 a.m. (concerts end at 1 a.m.)
- Saturday 24 June, 10 a.m. - 2 a.m. (concerts end at 1 a.m.)
- Sunday 25 June 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. (concerts end at 9 p.m.)
An exciting, coherent programme reflecting the local artistic scene. Over three days, 600 projects will represent a broad spectrum of musical and artistic styles through a wide variety of concerts, shows, workshops and encounters. A certain number of themes can be identified in this rich offering, including female composers in the fields of classical and contemporary music, the music of exile, texts in dialogue with music and the role of labels on the local musical scene.
The stages and stands
There is a total of 30 stages this year, including a roaming stage. They are all well worth a visit and are both different and complementary, reflecting the diversity of the outstanding cultural breeding ground that underpins this event. Freely accessible, the stages are open to all. These meeting points are accompanied by 29 food and drinks stands. The not-for-profit associations running them have undertaken to promote local, home-made products and to serve at least one vegetarian dish.
Fully aware of the environmental impact of this type of cultural event, the Fête de la musique has made sustainability its main priority. Having conducted a carbon audit last year, the Fête de la musique is pursuing its commitment and has decided this year to use reusable tableware with no deposit required! This measure will avoid almost 30,000 plates and sets of cutlery and over 150,000 cups being thrown away.
Article modifié le 22.06.2023 à 08:41