The Parisian festival We Love Green presented its programming on Thursday, July 15th. The festival, which usually takes place in early June, has been moved to September, at reduced scales.
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London Grammer, Katherine Ringer and Young Thag will be shown in We Love Green, organizers said Thursday, July 15. The Parisian festival, which usually takes place in early June, has been postponed due to health restrictions and will take place from 10-12 September this year so that it can welcome festival-goers in larger numbers.
This outdoor event has reduced its capacity slightly, with 20,000 spectators per day versus 80,000 in 2019, and after cancellation in 2020.A little less than usual, so everyone can move around and attend parties and conferences easily, but enough number to make the party pretty‘,” explains in a press release this environmentally conscious festival.
This will make the scale (if full) the hottest summer/autumn date for current music. Thus, Printemps de Bourges (total 15,000 people), Vieilles Charrues (maximum 5,000 for each of the ten evenings) and Francovoli (maximum for 5,000 for each of the five days) significantly reduced their capacity.
Other big festivals, such as Hellfest, Lollapalooza, or Main Square, have been cancelled. We Love Green, which was originally scheduled to take place in early June, announced a delay in May. At that time, only authorized festivals were in a seated position. The permanent concerts were not re-licensed until June 30.
For the rest of the group, Niska, Lala & ce (pronounced Ace, as in tennis) eagerly await in the rap department. The Empress will play disco silky funk, while Squid will perform her adventurous rock and Acid Arab group like the one that warmed up winter 2019 at Trans Musicales.