The Night of Erdre: first announcement

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Discover the first groups and artists on the bill at the La Nuit de l’Erdre festival, from July 4 to 7, 2024.

See you on July 4, 5, 6 and 7, 2024 to attend the 24th edition of the festival The Night of Erdre. Places will be available from December 5 at 10 a.m. via the official event website.

The team thus announces the first 10 groups and artists present on the bill. Meet the Canadian punk-rock band Sum 41 on the occasion of his farewell tour. Let’s not forget the French scene either with the presence of Dionysus on Saturday July 6.

Also present are French rappers Bigflo & Oli And Gazo. Jamaican dancehall singer Sean Paul is also there. On the electronic music side, we find Robin Schulz, Caravan Palacewithout forgetting Jain, Claudio Capéo And Zaho de Sagazan.

“The 24th edition of the festival will welcome for four days the big names from the international scene and from France as well as the artists of today and tomorrow” declares the festival team.

Here is the breakdown per day:

  • Thursday July 4: Sum 41 • Gazo…
  • Friday July 5: Robin Schulz • Zaho De Sagazan…
  • Saturday July 6: Sean Paul • Jain • Caravan Palace • Dionysus…
  • Sunday July 7: Bigflo & Oli • Claudio Capéo…

See you in the coming weeks for announcements of the next groups and artists present at this next edition of The Night of Erdre.


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