What did Art Rock festival-goers think of this 41st edition?

Pauline and Maria, 18 years old, from Saint-Brieuc and Plédran

“It was Friday that we preferred and especially Luidji,” says Pauline directly. “I also really liked Hoshi,” Maria continues. I discovered Clara Ysé, she is so beautiful and hypnotizing. » For their third time at Art Rock, the two young women were not disappointed. There are a few downsides, however, such as “the long queues,” they say. In fact, it’s okay, we never waited more than ten minutes, we were smart. On the other hand, there are darons who try a little too hard to impose themselves on stage and who can be violent. »

Maria (left) and Pauline celebrate their third Art Rock together. (Le Télégramme/Frédéric Militon)

Alain, Marie, Gwen and David, in their forties, from Saint-Brieuc and Caen

“The first day was the worst,” remembers David. We have been coming for many years and we are especially interested in the programming of the Forum, at the Passerelle. They have kept that rock fiber there that we are looking for in this festival. Afterwards, it’s normal, tastes evolve and we still find what we’re looking for. » If there was only one concert to remember from this 2024 edition? “We discovered the group Ditter, it’s our big favorite”

From left to right: Gwen, Alain, Marie and David. They are more looking for the rock side of the festival. (Le Télégramme/Frédéric Militon)

Aaron, Lise and Anouchka, 22 years old, from Saint-Brieuc and Rennes

“The Zaho de Sagazan concert was great and I also really liked Luidji,” reveals Lise. Like his friend Aaron, they did the three days of the festival. Anouchka, for her part, only managed to obtain a place for Sunday. “It’s revenge for my last time at Art Rock,” she smiles. Two years ago, there were downpours of rain.” The three friends no longer live in Saint-Brieuc, they agree: “It’s really good to see the city come to life. Usually it’s pretty plan-plan.”



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