Araban, Beast, Cabadzi, Cats on Trees, Cobson, Debmaster, Do Pagaal, Jakez Orkeztra, Janski Beeeats, JP Nataf, Lexicon, Quadricolor, Rocé, Sexy Sushi, Solillaquists of sound, Teenage Bad Girl, Tété, The Popopopops, Tumi and the Volume, Yvan Le Bolloc'h, Your Happy End...
100% music, 100% memories, 100% pleasure !
Izia, Cœur de Pirate, We have band, Tunng, Gush…They all took part in
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Thanks to all for the success of this years festival!
Save the dates, from 20 to 25 april 2011, for the 35th edition of Printemps de Bourges.
Until then, relive the best of this years festival though the website photo gallery and our web TV.
Discover everything from Printemps de Bourges 2010 directed by France 3 on Culturebox, the cultural video website from France 3.
South Africa is a forgotten territory in terms of contemporary Music. It possesses, however, a Hip-Hop, Electro, and Pop-Rock scene that is lively and inventive.
Le Printemps de Bourge wants to shed some light on this explosive music scene, where after years of Apartheid, the barriers between white and black cultures has started to break, and many now draw from each culture's musical history in order to create richer projects. Far from just an anecdote, the festival will showcase this eclectic and sizzling music scene all throughout the week in various venues...
Yes, once again, Le Printemps de Bourges and la FNAC revelations opens the season of festivals, the season of music in large proportions, the sharing of music – the stars, the newcomers, the seasoned veterans, genuine craftsmen, the bizarre, and overwhelming emotions... Once again Le Printemps de Bourges is an antidote for winter, for gravity, for the cold, and pessimism. The financial crisis? For six days, it will be in retreat.
And yet, in the music industry, financial instability and insecurity are becoming an ever-increasing reality, even as attendance at concert venues is higher than ever. The economic disaster concerning record sales has forced the entire music industry to reinvent themselves. Happily, here at Printemps, this type of movement is a tradition, reinventing ourselves is the norm.