Near Montpellier: a committed program for the Thau Festival

Near Montpellier: a committed program for the Thau Festival
Near Montpellier: a committed program for the Thau Festival

By Roxane Bonnans
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May 4, 24 at 4:28 p.m.

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Loud with sound commitment to ecology, the Thau Festival, chaired by Monique Teyssier, returns for the 34th edition. Since 1991, this festival has celebrated commitment and music. In 2023, the Thau basin welcomed nearly 12,300 festival-goers during the four evenings at the port of Mèze. From July 5 to 21, artists from all walks of life will mix their musical styles for a responsible and committed festival.

This year, the program brings together committed artists. In particular Électroplume who will host, on June 27, a 1h30 sound conference before playing in rhythm with the symphony of birds.

An unusual taste

This musical project will begin with three concerts and an eco-dialogue as an entrance to the July festivities. On this occasion, several emblematic places of the Thau basin will be busy. Amuni will open the celebrations on June 12 with an acoustic concert at the Villa Loupian museum. This preamble will end with Tarakna on July 3 who will perform at the Manitas de Platas conservatory in Sète.

A committed festival

For decades, the Thau festival has been shaking up the region and attracting thousands of festival-goers. It invites a wide variety of artists and aspires to intensify its commitment to revolutionize the way we party.


“The party differently” highlights the sustainable development which allows us to link festivities and eco-citizen transition. Imagined with Pioche Magazine, this concept highlights two artists who, after their performance, will face the public to discuss their commitments. Friday July 19, the Mixeuses Solidaires will discuss their struggle and violence against women. This collective, made up of around ten feminist DJs, collects donations to support victim assistance associations. Saturday 20, Fakear will defend another fight: he will address the subject of global warming through the mobility of artists.

For the performances of these artists, Pikip Solar Speaker provides its equipment powered entirely by solar energy.

The program and tickets are available directly on the Festival website

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