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Festival des Vieilles Charrues

Festival des Vieilles Charrues

Carhaix d'As!
Concert, Festival, Music in Carhaix-Plouguer
  • The Vieilles Charrues programme varies from one festival to the next, but from the outset the festival has cultivated an unbeatable recipe of eclecticism and conviviality, sacred monsters and myths in the making. 5 stages, 80 acts, 230,000 spectators... Monts d'Arrée is a must!

  • If the best jams are made in old jars, then the Vieilles Charrues is the place for the best concerts. Confined to the depths of Finistère, the festival repeats a refrain every year that we never tire of hearing. It's a refrain that appeals to teenagers in the throes of pop adulthood, big-hearted rockers and old French chanson fans alike. After all, what other festival can boast of putting The Stooges, Hugues Aufray and Suprême NTM on the same stage? Had punks singing at the top of their...
    If the best jams are made in old jars, then the Vieilles Charrues is the place for the best concerts. Confined to the depths of Finistère, the festival repeats a refrain every year that we never tire of hearing. It's a refrain that appeals to teenagers in the throes of pop adulthood, big-hearted rockers and old French chanson fans alike. After all, what other festival can boast of putting The Stooges, Hugues Aufray and Suprême NTM on the same stage? Had punks singing at the top of their lungs to Pierre Perret's Zizi? Here, we apologise when we get in each other's way. And Moustaki lovers - yes, sir! - also dance to Noir Désir's Tostaki. Here - yes ma'am! - you can dance to a gavotte just as easily as you can to Iggy Pop.

    Created in 1992 by a group of friends, including the current mayor of Carhaix, Michel Troadec, to "have a good meal, sing and have a drink", the Vieilles Charrues are still ploughing the same furrow. The witnesses to the (s)cene are just a little more numerous...
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  • On July 14, 2024 at 3:00 PM
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