More than thirty concerts are scheduled from June 22 to 27. With the strict health constraints: respect for gauges, seats, presentation of a health pass, compulsory mask and curfew at 11 pm.

The summer of 2021 promises to be more enjoyable than that of last year. AT?? Following the government announcements at the end of April, many festivals formalize their return. After the Nuits de Fourvière in Lyon, it’s the turn of Printemps de Bourges to confirm its presence and unveil its programming. In total, more than thirty shows spread between the Palais d’Auron, the auditorium, the Jacques Coeur theater and palace as well as the Noirlac Abbey and the Cathedral. About thirty young talents will also be on stage from June 23 to 25, as part of the Inouïs du Printemps de Bourges.

Organizers ultimately decided to postpone the festival from June 22 to 27, originally scheduled for May 4 to 9. One way to take advantage of the relaxation of sanitary rules, since the Printemps de Bourges will take place after the 3rd stage of decontainment on June 9, which will authorize the events of 5000 people with presentation of a sanitary pass, and will allow the postponement of the curfew to 11pm. The organizers specified that “all the shows will take place with a limited capacity, in a seated configuration and with the wearing of a compulsory mask.” Greater than 1000 people, this will in principle bypass the obligation of the health pass.

From the first day of the festival, the Printemps de Bourges starts strong with a concert by Jean-Louis Aubert, the former member of Telephony who remained active despite the health crisis, with his anniversary concert in streaming. It will then be the turn of Catherine Ringer, the former singer of Rita Mitsouko, to delight the public.

Thursday will also be a beautiful day with singer Pomme, winner of the 2021 Victoires de la musique in the category “female artist”. She will be followed by Gael Faye, the Franco-Rwandan rapper who has just cast his voice for a documentary on the secret history of the Resistance. Yseult, female revelation of the Victoires de la Musique, will be on stage at the Jacques Coeur theater, and it is the folk and soul singer Ayo who will end in beauty the evening with an acoustic performance at Noirlac Abbey.

On June 25, festival-goers will be able to meet up with Philippe Katerine, who is multiplying his projects in music and in the cinema, since he is also on the bill for Guillaume Canet’s next Astérix, and in Last Voyage, a science film. -fiction by Romain Quirot. The Empress, the pop and disco group will be performing at the auditorium on Friday. Rapper PLK, whose last three albums have been certified platinum with more than 100,000 sales, is also on the bill.

Finally, the festival will end on a high note with a concert by Alain Souchon, followed by the group Tryo, which released a piece a few days ago entitled En marche, replay, very critical towards the last presidents and the French government. We do not know yet if the group will be complete, since Manu Eveno, the guitarist of Tryo, announced a few days ago “to leave the adventure”.

To reserve, a little more patience, the box office opens Tuesday May 11 at 5 pm online, on the site of the festival.

the 05/07/2021 at 10:59

the 05/07/2021 at 10:29 AM

4m² per spectator? you speak ! a beautiful hotbed of infection to come. Fall is going to be confined, confined, confined, hard!