By Julien Saliou
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The program for the three Thursdays at the Port evenings (July 28, August 4 and 11, 2022), organized by the City of Brest, in partnership with Le Fourneau and Quai Ouest, has been unveiled. “We pulled out all the stops for this 32e edition, we are going back to basics after two years disrupted by the Covid. The program is multidisciplinary, with entertainment for families and young audiences, street arts and concerts. We will welcome artists that we have wanted to see in Brest for two years”, rejoice the organizers.
As for the people of Brest, many are impatiently waiting to find this meeting which punctuates their summer. Remember, the last big evening of Thursdays at the port took place on Thursday August 15, 2019 and attracted 45,000 people in total, between 6 p.m. and midnight on the site.
Thursday July 28
We already knew that Cali was the headliner of July 28. He will play on the Grand large stage at 10:30 p.m. Before him, Souad Massi, “a great voice”, supports Jacques Guérin, boss of Quai Ouest.
The youngest will enjoy Molly Biquette, a puppet show and storytelling by the Tétrofort company. And on the street arts program, “an impressive backfire stroll” and an offbeat tribute to Freddie Mercury.
Thursday August 4
“A Thursday under the sign of the collective with the joyful interactive show of the company DBK, and the innovative first creation of the company L, Inowhere carrying and aerobatics constantly intertwine”, presents the City.
On the music side, the public will have the opportunity to dance with the arrival of the Toulousains Mouss and Hakim (group members Zebda, they will present their new album of songs composed on unpublished texts by Claude Nougaro) or with the unleashed punk rock of La Poison. At the Parc-à-Chaînes, for example, you will find the Manipuloparc and its puppets and a bubble show of all sizes with the Brest-based company Breizhing Bulles.
Thursday August 11
Thursday August 11, Keziah Jones should attract crowds to the Parc-à-Chaînes. The Londoner mixes blues and funk and will be in trio formula for a set of his best songs.
Also scheduled, Babylon CircusFEM Live…
On the quays, a revolutionary form of travel awaits the public with Mic Mac Compagnie. Street art lovers will particularly appreciate the show of Maduixa : five dancers perched on stilts will play with the notions of balance, power and elevation during this show in tribute to all women who face oppression.
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