Silence will not plague the Landernean summer two years in a row. After a cancellation in 2020, Fête du Bruit will be back, from July 22 to 25, 2021, at the Jardins de la Palud. In a format reduced to a gauge of 4,000 people (initially) standing and three to four concerts per evening, Régie Scène will offer a 100% French poster, varying on styles of rap, slam, rock, the song to text.
Soprano will inaugurate this unique formula on Thursday. Grand Corps Malade is due on Friday, with another headliner yet to be confirmed. Tryo, Dionysos and La Rue Kétanou will come on Saturday then IAM, 47 TER and Suzanne on Sunday. Other names will complete the programming. Day tickets only. No package, no camping either, but bars and snacks.
Reusable 2020 tickets
The festival will adapt to the sanitary rules which will then be in force, in particular concerning the sanitary pass. The ticket office opens this Friday on the regie-scene.com site and at the Leclerc Cultural Space in Landerneau. Note that holders of day tickets for the 2020 edition will be able to return on the same days this summer. Or request their reimbursement (before June 28 on the Régie Scène website). Holders of two or three day passes will have the option of requesting a refund or keeping these precious sesames for next year’s edition, hoped for in a usual configuration. Sexion Assault confirmed its presence on August 12, 2022.
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