The 14th edition of the Celtic N Gowdan Festival will take place from August 5 to 7 in and around Saguges. After strengthening the health pass, the organizers completed the final details that would allow all health restrictions to take effect. The festival is set to test Kovid-19 on August 5 and 6, in Ventures and Saguges.
Opening day at Ventage
In fact, there will be two hikes from the village of Ventuig on Thursday, August 5: La Randoni du Plateau Ventioujois (10 km, from 2 pm), and La Busonner (17 km, 10 km from time). Activities In the heart of the village this farm will be completed from 2pm, especially with farm visits.
Health pass will be mandatory at the end of the day. A COVID-19 screening test can also be performed on the site from 3pm to 7pm in the hall of Ventures’ hall.. The official opening of the festival is at 7 p.m. Festival-goers will be able to enjoy food prepared using local products and attend the Trade Electro rock band Digresk’s Open Open Air Concert from 9pm.
Those who do not have a health pass can eat. Lunch snack (6? €) and dinner (12? €) On the dedicated site Haloso platform (limited number).
Kovid-19 tests are offered on August 5th and 6th
On Friday, August 6 and Saturday, August 7, there will be craft markets, craft markets and a variety of activities for young and old (guided tours, musical stories, puppet shows, dance performances, children’s games, and other musical breaks). These appointments do not require a health pass, but a mask is mandatory.
During these meetings during the day, Binio Mann will return with his bagpipes.
Festivals around the Broad (Hot-Lower) match the Health Pass
In the evening, Health Pass will be mandatory to perform dotodore concerts at Place du Bruil. In this case, the Kovid-19 can be tested on Friday, August 6 from 3 to 7 at the Sports Hall in Sagouss. Wearing a mask is recommended for evening concerts.
At the event: Friday evening, Barber Room (Rock Room) at 6pm, Sonarian du (Legends of Breton Folk-Rock) at 9pm. Sonarian du “has been around for 43 years, has traveled more than 1.5 million kilometers across Europe, with over 3,500 concerts, fest-nos, and a rich discography of 24 albums …”
Saturday nightAt 6 p.m., the Ardeco-Celtic festival group Triskelt will lead the public to its Celtic frenzy. The internationally acclaimed Doolin title will demonize the village of Suggas from 9pm. The formation will present its new show Circus Boys Irish folklore that depicts African-American culture, spirit, jazz, rap, their European roots, song and pop music.
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