Europavox 2024: the poster is expanding

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The Europavox festival team unveils new groups and artists present during its next edition in June.

On June 28, 29 and 30, the 18th edition of the festival will take place Europavox, in Clermont-Ferrand. Places will be available via the official ticket office.

The festival team thus unveiled seven new artists, while maintaining its eclectic and quality perspective. Thus, Anglo-Saxon pop is represented by Isaac Delusionwhile Prince Waly, Luther And So The Moon come to present their personal rap. Solann will come to present their soaring neo-folk, the duo Isha x Limsa will come to show her self-deprecation, while the singer Eloi will come to present her own vision of pop.

These artists join other prestigious names previously announced. The French rock scene is always in the spotlight with Shaka Ponk, who will give his farewell tour there. The people of Versailles Phoenix are also there, without forgetting Dionysus, who will both set foot on the Europavox stage for the first time. On the international rock side, Peter Doherty and Carl Barât will thrill the audience to the rhythm of hits from The Libertinesand why not some new tracks from All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade, their next studio album.

French rap is also present, both by established artists like Eddy de Pretto than by rising stars such as Zola And The bean. Let’s not forget the French song star Olivia Ruiz, as well as the Empress and her electronic music. Also find the Austrian artist at the crossroads of musical genres Uche Yara and the Spanish rock group Melenas.

Full of ideas and artistic desires, the organizers are proud to “think big” for this next edition which promises many memorable concerts with a poster as colorful as it is varied. While waiting for the next names, relive them Europavox sessions this year with Arte.

All the information on the official websiteEuropavox.


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