Carcassonne Festival 2024: first announcement

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The Carcassonne Festival team has revealed the first 11 big names present at its next edition, scheduled for July 2024.

The team of Carcassonne Festival continues to impress with a first announcement bringing together many big names drawn from different musical chapels.

So, find the icons of German hard rock there Scorpioswho will come to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the legendary album Love At First Sting, whose hits “Rock You Like A Hurricane” and “Still Loving You” are remembered by the whole world. Let’s stay in the 80s with Toto, who will perform his great classics at the Théâtre Jean-Deschamps. Direction Albion to find Sting, who will perform his classic solos as well as the hits of The Police. The young people of Greta Van Fleet will come and test the Carcassonne audience by presenting pieces of Starcatchertheir latest album, after having proven themselves at the Accor Arena (Paris).

The French scene is not forgotten, with Shaka Ponk will pass through the Carcassonne Festival on the occasion of its farewell tour. Louise Attaque will also be there to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his first album while presenting Earth, the youngest. Apart from rock, also find Mika, Patrick Bruel, Christophe Maé, Calogero And Ludovic Einaudi.

All the information on the official event website.

Created in 2006, The Carcassonne Festival has become one of the biggest French festivals. It is also considered the benchmark cultural event in the entire south. Constantly evolving, it grows from year to year and offers an eclectic program, inviting French and international artists and without artistic limits.


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