Murray Head, Cared, “Lorient Sings”: The Last 39 Names on the Bill at the Lorient Intercellic Festival – Lorient

Murray Head, Cared, "Lorient Sings": The Last 39 Names on the Bill at the Lorient Intercellic Festival - Lorient


4,500 artists for 250 concerts. The Lorient Intercellular Festival 2022 returns from 5 to 14 August. For the first time since 2019, in its initial version. The program is extensive and is now complete. This Thursday, April 7, the festival announced the final 39 names that will include its programming. Murray Head is the latest addition to the cast of the 2022 edition. The British artist will be honored at the inaugural concert in the festival’s new hall on Friday, with a larger amphitheater, the Place de Armes, larger than the former Marine Area. Lorient’s first for the guitarist, he performed his best folk classics, including the famous “Say It Ain’t So Joe”.

Emerging Stars in Tiktok Careday

Another new favorite intercollegiate dance evening from Jean-Philippe Maurice, Le Phil’s new art director, will take place in Amphitheater, with three contemporary dance companies, including C’hoari from Bretagne. Galician, a group of seven young Irish men who met while in prison, and the rising stars of Caird traveled around the world to promote Irish dance through contemporary films.

Also on the program, the new version of “Kenavo an distro” “Lorient Chante” was released on Sunday, August 14, 2020. Gillum formed a coalition around Michael Yvonne, the nephew of Michael Jouvang, the former leader of GiBoDJep who died in June 2020.

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Gravity Artist Case on the Bill!

Alan Le Rooks, a DJ from L’Oreal, and Celtic DJs will be hosting evenings at the festival’s Club, a new venue dedicated to post – traditional music.

Still among the innovations, the arrival of L’Oreal graffiti artist Cass on the bill. Prior to demolition, the artist will camp in the area occupied by Maison de la Mer and create intercellular and ephemeral fresco live. Collages will also be made in front of the Palais des Congress.

Graffiti Artist Case is also part of the Phil 2022 poster. (Telegram / Stefan Guhinef)

Last event not to be missed: “Au Fil des costumes, Parade of finery from Brittany and the Celtic nations”, Wednesday, August 10, at the Palais des Congress; Parade of costumes from Brittany and other Celtic countries, theme: Beauty!

The last 39 names in the lineup

Steven Vincendo (Brittany), Takemat (Brittany), Murray Head (United Kingdom), “Lorient Sings” (Brittany), Banda de Geitas El Lasin (Asturias), Baroque (Brittany), Company C’Hori (Brittany), Hevia ( Asturias), Bain Lee (Scotland), Beat Bouttrio (Brittany), Fran Sierra (Galicia), Asturias Opening Party, Artistic Director Mapi Quintana (Asturias), Alan Le Rooks (DJ Set) (Brittany), Bisiad (Brittany), The Rowan Tree (Cornwall), Pablo Carrera (Galicia), Cairday (Ireland), Au FIL des Costumes, Brittany, Celtic (Brittany), CRNDS & Francie Gonzalez (Galicia), Perfect Fraction (Ireland), & gwelt (Brittany), NoGood Boyo (Wales), Dash 4 in 1 (Brittany), Fest-noz GénérationS Lan Bihoué (Brittany), DJs Celtes (Dj Set) (Brittany), L ‘HaPpy nOiR. E (Brittany), Ndias (Brittany), Clash Voor (Isle of Man), Jahiner (Brittany), Toms Callister (Isle of Man), Peter Brown (Ireland), Fred Morrison (Scotland), Kaifa (Brittany), Lawn de Cubel (Asturias), Gangbé Breizh Band (Benin / Brittany), Planxty O’Rourke (Ireland), Breizh Asturies Project (Brittany / Asturias), The Bonny Men (Ireland), Conor Noz (Brittany), Kaz (Brittany).

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