Beauregard Festival 2024: the first names

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The Beauregard Festival team has announced the first groups and artists present during its next edition, scheduled for July 4 to 7, 2024.

This Tuesday, November 14, the organizers of the Beauregard Festival have revealed the first names on the bill for the 16th edition. See you in Hérouville-Saint-Clair on July 4, 5, 6 and 7, 2024.

The first day, the British alternative rock band bring me The Horizon will be headlining. Oli Sykes and his band will take the opportunity to present tracks Post Human: Nex Gen, their next album, scheduled for January 12, 2024. the singer declared to the editorial staff in Hebdo n°111: “We said to ourselves that in our series of recordings around the Post-Human concept, that we needed to record EPs, to alleviate the pressure of recording an album. We prefer to record the pieces that inspire us, without feeling obliged to do others. This is sometimes the case with some records, we have to spend time to bring in pieces that aren’t there and compromise on others to finish everything on time. We prefer to decide for ourselves how many songs we want to write. Removing that pressure results in more headlines being written. » Known for its remarkable live performances, which did not leave the Toulouse and Parisian audiences indifferent this year, the group has many surprises in store for you.

The next day, Parcels will be there. In the vein of its last release, a live album recorded at the Palace in Paris, the group does not hesitate to revisit its titles and transform them to fit the live exercise, mixing its electropop compositions with dance influences.

In a desire to maintain a varied lineup, the team also invites the rapper SCH on July 4, the duo Bigflo & Oli on the 5th, LCD Soundsystem and Zaho de Sagan on the 6th and Calogero and Luidji on the 7th.

The poster will not fail to be completed in the coming weeks to satisfy the approximately 50,000 festival-goers expected in these Normandy lands, to celebrate the 16th edition of the Beauregard Festival.

The ticketing is open.


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