By Nicolas Lepigeon
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About fifty concerts are planned for June 21 in the city center of Cherbourgfor the 40e edition of the Music Festival, whether on the stages set up by the City with pro artists invited by Le Circuit, or the temporary stages outside or inside the bars, restaurants and other businesses. Here is the program (not exhaustive).
Central place : Unschooling (post-punk), Tshegue (afro, electro, punk), Dombrance (dancing electro). Place de Gaulle: Pomélé and Bahiamélé (Brazilian percussion), Cétici singing group, No-za & Cie (hip-hop), Golden Dawn Arkestra (psychedelic afrobeat). Jacques-Prévert Library: teachers and students of the music conservatory, 7:15 p.m. to 9:10 p.m. Public garden : Le Bus à bretelle (musical show for children), 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The Market Gardeners (3, rue Jean-Baptiste Biard): Feu d’Boué (festive song), 6:30 p.m. Black Dog Cafe (69, rue au Blé): Lady’Stealer (boosted rock-blues), 7 p.m. Town Hall Bar (1, rue de la Paix): VT Rock (rock covers), 7:30 p.m. under the porch (rue des Fossés): Animal(e) Machin(e) (garage rock), Disgust (punk hardcore) and Thrashtalk (thrash crossover), 8 p.m. to midnight.
beerz (13, rue du Commerce): Mary and The Bugs Trio (soul, rhythm and blues), OsmoZz ParadoXx (rock, funk), Les Sokken (ukulele and kazoo duo), 7 p.m. Playground Café and Leaky Cauldron (rue Grande-Rue and rue du Port): Balthazar (acoustic one-man-band, from French chanson to Anglo-Saxon rock), 7 p.m.; then DJ set by Vincent M (disco, electro, tech-house).
The Liberty (16, quai de Caligny): Two Deep (acoustic rock duo), 7 p.m. The Diver (6, rue de l’Union): La Courte Échelle (French cool rock), 8 p.m. Theater Cafe (place du Général-de-Gaulle): Light’s Event’s (DJ set), 7 p.m. Star Cafe (2, rue des Portes): Fun Kiss (pop, funk), from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., then CDE mix. Art and Creation (43, rue au Blé): Les Dézacors (punk), Les Keupons D’abord (punk), 8 p.m.
The Unforeseen (place de la Fontaine): Rock The Fiddle (rock), 8 p.m. The 5 Bis and O Flavor of Afrik (Christine Street): Yfokonfunk, 7:30 p.m. The Rade at Binch (9ter, rue du Commerce): Tentacule and Illegi’team collectives with PLX, Naskö, Rdmwut and Chadussium (house and techno).
Trinity Basilica: organ concert, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Napoleon skate park: electro evening with Speck-trall System + Fenfaron then OSC Audio and B2COR, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Court Marie: Gaviota choir (Trendy vocal group), 8 p.m. to 10:15 p.m.
France Pro Immobilier (rue Albert-Mahieu): Lindbergh Blues (blues-rock), 9 p.m. Harbor Cafe (20, quai de Caligny): Air de Rien choir, Ju’Dbs (song), 8 p.m. At Marco’s (4, rue de l’Ancien-Quai): Variétés Club (hits from the 80s), 7:30 p.m. Shake-it Coffee (43, rue François-La-Vieille): Two Hearts (electro), 7 p.m. to midnight. At the Little Umbrella (1 bis, rue Louis-XVI): giant karaoke, 8 p.m. The Bistronauts (40, rue de l’Ancien-Quai): West Country Lighthouse (country ball), 8:30 p.m. Carabot (Place de la Révolution): A Fond d’Cale (festive songs, folk-rock), 8 p.m.
The Bayou (5, rue Tour-Carrée): Les Provisoires (java-rock and realistic songs), 7 p.m. The Perfect Match (6, quai Alexandre-III): Lili White and the Raining Souls (folk-pop), 8 p.m. Republic Square (in front of the Town Hall): demonstrations of Baila Salsa (Cuban salsa dance). Place Jacques-Hebert (in front of the Éléis): demonstrations of Danses en Manche, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The Bacouette: Pagomélé (batucada), Reno Lebrun & Les Novices, 6:30 p.m. WarpZone (14, rue Ingénieur-Cachin): blind test, 9 p.m. The HQ: NooryT (DJ set), 7 p.m. The Kraken: Ape (rock), 7 p.m., then DJ set.
Square of the Righteous (Octeville): Old Demons’Back (metal), Uncle Ruff (rock) and Take Off (rock), 7 p.m. The counter of the Fratés (139, rue Marcel-Sembat in Equeurdreville): The Beerserkers (acoustic duo), 7:30 p.m.
An acoustic “before” at the Parc du Tôt
A nice habit has been taken in Equeurdreville, that of launching the festivities of June 21 at the Parc du Tôt and at the Agora, with a dozen acoustic formations to discover during your stroll. From 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., you will be able to listen to it with, among others: Christian Dalmont on the piano, Vincent Lonjon and his students from Lycée Millet, Brigantine, Single M, the musicians of the PLE, Milrose, 60èmes Rugissants, the Marins du Cotentin, Amarrage, Twoforone… “It’s a magnificent site in a bucolic setting, promises Pascal Fauchon, president of the association Le Tôt en Folie, which organizes with Jean-Louis Dalmont and the municipality. There will be a barrel organ and a piano available. Musicians can play spontaneously. for this very family gathering. » A catering with sausages and fries, pancakes and drinks is planned. And for lovers of beautiful shots, the PLE will exhibit its “Shadows and reflections” works.
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