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What to do this weekend in the country of Vannes?

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This Saturday, at 8 p.m., at Bref, left bank, in Vannes (Morbihan). FREE ENTRANCE.

The Quays of the Book

Come and discover the monthly market for old and second-hand books, postcards, comics and vinyl records. Fine Arts, gastronomy, natural history, science fiction, thrillers, literature, travel, the Navy, Brittany and the various regions of France, history, fine illustrated books… There’s something for everyone!

This Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., on the Simone-Veil esplanade, in Vannes.

Plantec in concert

During the Breton evening organized in Damgan, the unmissable Plantec, a group from the new Breton scene, will set the tone. It will be preceded by Tsef Zon(e), a dance performance by the C’Hoari company.

This Saturday, from 9 p.m., at the skatepark in Damgan. Free.

Traditional concert

The sensitive and astonishing duo Vóden interprets a traditional repertoire, in line with their Scandinavian and Balkan influences, through old and little-known instruments.

This Saturday, at 8:30 p.m., at the Saint-Michel chapel in Questembert. Free entry.

Jazz Festival as a picture

The festival program this Saturday, at 7 p.m., Jean-Sébastien Hellard and Fred Miossec (swing musette); at 8:30 p.m., the duo An Nor invites Dylan James and Nathan Hanson (improvised traditional music); at 10 p.m., an exceptional sextet concert with Magic Malik, Brice Soniano, Nathan Hanson, Toma Goband, Faustine Audebert and Baptiste Boiron. Sunday, at 11 a.m., Secret Roads of Colors and Songs (traditional Irish singing and improvised painting) with Thomas McCarthy and Stéphane Cattaneo.

This Saturday, at the open-air theater of La Garenne and on Sundays at the Notre-Dame chapel in La Roche-Bernard. Free.

Concert “Trio trip”

Camille Privat, on the accordion, Philippe Martineau, on the clarinet and Aldo Ripoche, on the cello, offer a musical journey into the world of music of popular inspiration (Klezmer and Central European music, etc.).
Saturday, at 7 p.m., at the chapel of Kerner, in Arzon. Prices: from €5 to €13.

The bagad of Lorient in concert

The musicians of the bagad of Lorient will be in concert at the Nuits de Largoët, in Elven, this Saturday, at the invitation of the bagad of the town, whose bagadig will also perform on stage, just like Patrik Ewen, the famous storyteller of the mountains of ‘Arree.

This Saturday, from 7 p.m., at the Tours de Largoët, in Elven. Prices: from €7 to €15. Reservations: and at Elven dry cleaners.

La Ruse in concert

Free concert at the water’s edge, with a festive rock band.

This Saturday, at 7:30 p.m., at the Rigad’eau, at the Pomper mill, in Baden. Free.

Sound and light show in Saint-Gildas

Show on the history of the abbey.

Sunday, at 11 p.m., at the abbey church of Saint-Gildas-de-Rhuys. Free.

Organ and violin duet

The Piccinni duo offers a program ranging from the Baroque to the Romantic period.
Sunday, at 9 p.m., at the Saint-Saturnin church, in Sarzeau.

Betty’s Sunday

Summer and family meeting, Betty’s Sunday is good sound with DJ’s set, wooden games available (mölkky, Breton palets…), a refreshment bar and food trucks. Ideal for lounging in the summer sun.

Sunday, at 3 p.m., on the Traon site, in Plougoumelen. Free.

Classic concert

The Sarzeau Summer Music Academy offers the concert La Muse Bleue.

Sunday, at 7 p.m., at L’Hermine, in Sarzeau. Free.

Concert of a choir with two faces

The first part of this concert includes works of sacred music; the second part, works of secular music. The artistic bias is to “cross”, to associate very different pieces for each theme.

Sunday, at 5 p.m., at the Notre-Dame church, in Malansac. Free entry. Reservation:

sea ​​party

This is one of the highlights of summer on the Rhuys peninsula. The Sea Festival, at the port of Saint-Jacques, in Sarzeau, will start at 8 a.m., with a garage sale. During the day: games on water and on land. In the evening: popular ball and, at nightfall, fireworks.

Sunday, from 8 a.m., in Saint-Jacques, in Sarzeau. Food available on site.

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