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Solidays Festival 2015
(Blogmensgo, gay blog March 26, 2015) This festival is from 26 to 28 June 2015, in the Paris Longchamp racecourse which will host the 17th edition of Solidays. The festival has just announced its final musical program. And like every year, the proceeds will be going towards research against HIV / AIDS.
Below is a great trailer for Solidays (and if the video does not engage, it is here ):
The programming of the 2015 vintage promises moments of intense auditory intoxication. Not because of alcohol - which is forbidden on the site during the three days of the festival - but by the grace of dozens of artists, including thirty headliners including twenty-three new participants.
Let's start with the end. This is the last day that happens my favorite band, Moriarty. Franco-American group released a new album called Epitaph, April 13, 2015. Below, "Milena", an extract from the same album.
Without excessive name-dropping, I will only mention in this paragraph the only artists that I know by at least one song. Rest assured, the list is short.
For the day of Friday, Izïa is the only of twelve names evoking any auditory memory. Yes, I know, I have aged a bit. - After scouring the ears
Yael Naim, Barbès National Orchestra and composed my I Am terra cognita of Saturday .
And on Sunday, in addition to Moriarty, there will Vianney, Mademoiselle K and Zebda.
But it seems that the seats are still available for the festival of around 80 performers that are expected to attend Longchamp Racecourse. For a more complete picture - and less ignorant - programming, click on the name of each of the three days (and nights) above.
Tickets are selling up fast, so if you want to go, you need to book now.
Note that like every year, Solidays sets up an important operation for information and prevention around sexuality and HIV / AIDS.
Finally, an English song about a girl who is his father Izia, danger of Jacques Higelin.
This article has been translated from our French blog, to view the original, click here.