The unmissable summer festivals in the Vannes and Auray region

The unmissable summer festivals in the Vannes and Auray region
The unmissable summer festivals in the Vannes and Auray region

The Fête du bruit de Saint-Nolff will take place from July 5 to 7, with an international lineup that will please rockers’ hearts as well as rap or electro fans. Among the headliners, Shaka Ponk, Placebo, The Hives, Bigflo et Oli, IAM, Jain, Gazo, SCH, Josman, Tiakola, Saez and Fuzeta will follow one another to shake the festival’s only stage.

A few days before the event, there are only places left for Friday (€59/40). Tickets and a list of practical information can be found on the Saint-Nolff Noise Festival website.

Refreshments and stands offering gourmet dishes, for vegans or not, will be set up. All payments must be made by cashless. The festival has also planned free shuttles from Vannes train station to the site, every 20 minutes, to allow festival-goers not to take their car.

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  • 2 Echo Jazz Valves

    The Vannes Echos Jazz festival is scheduled from July 17 to 20. The main stage will be set up in the Jardin des Remparts, while many groups will perform in different bars in the city. As every year, the festival offers a diverse program (jazz, swing, soul, funk, etc.) with concerts by artists from all over the world. The singer Meshell Ndegeocello, the trio GoGo Penguin, Scary Pockets, Cyrille Aimée and ElliaviR will be there to make the people of Vannes dream and dance. The festival is free and open to all.

  • 3 Belle-Ile in Laugh

    Belle-Ile en Rire, a comedy festival, will welcome comedians such as Nora Hamzawi, Thomas Martyles, Thomas VDB and the Count of Bouderbala, on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 July from 7:30 p.m. Ragnar Le Breton and Yvan Naubron will also be there for the presentation. Tickets are open and available on the festival website. Prices: one show for €36 (€29 for islanders), one evening for €68, both evenings for €130.

  • 4 At the Rock Bridge

    The oldest rock festival in Brittany, Au Pont du rock is reconnecting the guitar on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 August in Malestroit. Christophe Maé, Zaho de Sagazan, Pomme, Déportivo, Favé, Bertrand Belin, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Dinos and Les Sheriff will be taking to the festival’s two stages to get the audience singing and dancing. Tickets are now available and several passes are available on the festival’s website. For children aged 11 to 12, tickets cost €10.99 per night, and for adults, prices range from €44.10 per night to €77.95 for a two-night pass.

  • 5 Ecume Festival

    Ecume Festival returns for its third edition, on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 August in Saint-Pierre-Quiberon, with a programme made for electro lovers. Étienne de Crécy, Joris Delacroix, Sara Costa, Menthine and many others are on the bill and will offer exceptional shows. Prices: €36 on Saturday, €30 on Sunday, €56 for both evenings on the billetweb website.

  • 6 The World’s Pancakes

    Les Galettes du Monde, the Breton festival that mixes music, gastronomy, world culture and solidarity in Sainte-Anne d’Auray, will be held on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 August at Motten. Fefe, DJ Seb, Nneka, Taïro will each come in turn to liven up the festival. Prices: €17 on Saturday, €12 on Sunday on the festival website.

  • 7 The Little Follies

    To conclude this summer period, the Petites Folies de Quiberon festival will take place on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 September at different locations in the city with headliners including: Keziah Jones, FFF, Yamê, 47Ter, Julien Granel, Aliocha Schneider, Asian Dub Foundation, Stand High Patrol and NTO.

    Prices: €71.79 for a two-day pass (€78.97 with camping), €37.99 for an evening (€43.08 with camping), €5.99 for children under 8, €15.99 for 8-14 year-olds on the festival website.



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