Blues Around Zinc: discover the 2024 poster

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Between the cream of the French scene and international glories, the Blues Autour du Zinc poster has great moments and surprises in store for you.

See you from March 15 to 24, 2024 to attend the 29th edition of Blues Around Zinc, which always takes place in Beauvais. The ticketing is open.

Still just as prestigious, the headliners are still just as appetizing. We thus find FFFwho marks a big blow by making his comeback on stage, after having released I Scream, his first album in 23 years. Let’s stay in France with Benjamin Biolay, present to present Saint-Clair, his 10th studio album, with a delectable luminous pop-rock orientation. The international scene is not forgotten, with the presence of the bluesman Keziah Joneswho will celebrate more than 30 years of career serving talent and musical openness.

The rest of the programming Blues Around Zinc is not left out. Rock made in France is not left out, with the three troublemakers of Howlin’ Jaws who will come to put a point on the table with their new album, Half Asleep Half Awake. Charlie and the Soap Operain another register, will present an invigorating cocktail of soul, funk and pop. Tributes will always be in order, with the return of the female tribute to the work of Jimi Hendrix Electric Ladylandwithout forgetting Ladies Ballbreakerwho will make fans tap their feet with their AC/DC covers.

Let’s not forget the Liverpool blues-rockers of Xander and the Peace Pirateswhich will take you back to the 60s and 70s. Go back in time again with the Italians of Lovesick Threesomewho will make festival-goers swing with their jazz inspired by the 40s and 50s.

The complete program of Blues Around Zinc is available on the official event website.


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