The Covid has (almost) finished giving the la. For this 2021 Music Festival, Ile-de-France residents will be able to benefit from a relaxation of health measures announced by the executive. In the middle of the week, Jean Castex indicated that the curfew would end from June 21, so revelers will be able to enjoy the Fête de la Musique without watching their watch.
20 Minutes has therefore listed for you a program, necessarily non-exhaustive, of concerts and festivities planned in the region. There will be something for everyone.
If you like rock
In the 5th arrondissement of Paris, at the Arènes de Lutèce, radio Fip is organizing an event with the Empress, the group Morcheeba, Thomas de Pourquery, Pete Doherty and the French rock group Last Train. Electric notes in an antique setting.
If you like to take the mic
It will be the first cine-karaoke on the water. This Monday June 21, Mamma Mia! invites its fans to La Villette, aboard a boat, for a karaoke evening and an ice cream tasting. The event is free but by reservation.
If you have a musical ear, but also an empty stomach
In Neuilly-sur-Seine, in the Hauts-de-Seine, a free musical picnic will take place, with percussionist Vassilena Serafimova, pianist Thomas Encho and clarinetist Rémi Delangle. Meet from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Folie Saint James Park, for an evening of eclectic music. Another place will host the event in case of bad weather.
If you like world music
In Essonne, on the lawn of the Brétigny-sur-Orge swimming pool, residents of the Paris region will be able to enjoy a free La Caravane Passe concert for free. The French group will play in particular songs from their latest album titled, Nomadic Spirit.
Flavia Coelho will give a free concert at the Frédérick-Lemaître park, in Pierrefitte-sur-Seine in Seine-Saint-Denis. The bubbly Brazilian will sing among other songs from her latest album, both personal and universal, mixing notes of trap, pop, cumbia and Caribbean music.
If you prefer not to choose in advance
There will of course be amateur concerts in town, but not just any old way. This Thursday, the Minister of Culture Roselyne Bachelot indicated that outdoor concerts are allowed provided the public is seated, and “mini-concerts in bars and restaurants will be possible” also, she said. on Franceinfo.
On the other hand, “wild concerts causing crowds on the public highway” remain prohibited. Groups of people outside are limited to ten people, and the wearing of a mask must be respected in this case. In addition, the health pass will be required to enter any establishment hosting an event of more than 1,000 people.