Eurockéennes de Belfort: the first names

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From July 4 to 7, the 34th edition of the Eurockéennes de Belfort will take place. The first groups and artists present have been revealed.

The first 24 names on the bill for the next edition of the Eurockéennes de Belfort are known. See you from July 4 to 7 on the Malsaucy peninsula. The ticketing is open.

The big rock headliners are always present. So, Lenny Kravitz will make his big return to Belfort after his last visit in 1999. He will take the opportunity in particular to present Blue Electric Light, his next studio album, which includes the single “TK421”. Canadian punk rock band Sum 41 will also be there as part of his farewell tour and will also present his next double album. Always punk, don’t miss the performance of the Americans Dropkick Murphyswho intend to put the work of Woody Guthrie in the spotlight.

The BritishIdles will also be there, without forgetting the veterans of Pretenders, always relevant on album. Let’s not forget either The Breeders, Blondshell, Fat dog And Girl and Girl who will proudly represent the alternative and indie scenes. Black Pumas will also present their psychedelic souland unique.

Musical genres continue to mix at will at Eurockéennes. Find French rappers Bigflo & Oli, Kaaris (who will perform the entire Or Noir album) or even Gazo. David Guetta will also be present. The Danish Nordic music group Heilungwhich you notably heard in the series Vikingswill also be there.

“Every year it’s the same story. In the heart of winter, we are already imagining lots of things for the Eurockéennes next day,” declare the organizers. “But without ever forgetting the main thing: the pleasure of finding this natural site, these four stages, this liberated campsite and this united, associative and festive state of mind which make this festival so unique. »


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