The Bout du Monde Festival

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The Bout du Monde Festival

Imminent take off for the “bout du monde”, or far side of the world! This August, the Crozon peninsula will beat to the rhythm of multicultural and festive music for three days.

Heath and moorland, with a jagged coast overlooking clear blue water: the enchanted countryside of the Crozon peninsula, pearl of the Iroise Sea, provides a change of scene and a backdrop for a music festival that carries its name well: the Festival du Bout du Monde, meaning the Festival on the far side of the world. Perched in the Landaoudec prairie, just a few meters from the water, three stages invite you to feel the pulse of world music with a blended and eclectic programme, a clever mix of both young talents and big names.

This year's 17th edition of the Bout du Monde Festival will provide a rich programme featuring Caravan Palace, Natacha Atlas, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine and Feu! Chatterton. There will also be a dedicated area for children and organic and world food stands, creating a warm and familial atmosphere.

Festival du Bout du Monde
Prairie de Landaoudec
29160 Crozon

From 5 to 7 August 2016

3-day pass: From 50 to 70.50 EUR
2-day pass: 58.50 EUR
1-day pass: 35 EUR
Free for children under age 12