The Current Music Scene in the castle yard

Thursday – Friday – Sunday from midnight to 3.30 am



Rich with a solid experience gained in the festoù-noz, the four accomplices affirm their conception of the trance with a music to dance open to the world.

Yann Le Corre : Accordion, Fx / Jérome Kerihuel : Percussions
Youn Kamm
: Trumpet, saxhorn / Timothée Le Bour : Saxo



A dreamlike and captivating music that opens a gap in worlds where dreams and reality mingle. A group at the crossroads of traditional sounds and more contemporary colors.

Lily Noroozi : Composition, voice, accordion, percussions
Isao Bredel Samson : Composition, voice, nyckelharpa




La Nòvia : 10 ans d’expériences

Group that brings together professional musicians living in a large area – Auvergne, Rhône-Alpes, Béarn, Cévennes, Hautes-Alpes. It is also a place of reflection and experimentation around traditional and / or experimental music.

3 groupes issus de ce collectif sont accueillis


Two violin players draw on the archaic musical landscapes of the Southern Alps and the Massif Central and make a raw and poetic material.

Perrine Bourel : Violin, voice
Mana Serrano : Violin, voice


From the secular repertoires of music and devotion of Occitania, the music of Jericho is constituted like a popular oratorio in which the body and the voice are put in movement.

Clément Gauthier : Voice, chabrette, tambourin à cordes
Jacques Puech : Voice, cabrette
Antoine Cognet : Banjo
Yann Gourdon : Hurdy-gurdy, foot


A common desire to explore the collections of the mountains of Auvergne and Limousin. These musicians question the standardization of current musical modes by fully exploiting the richness of the timbres of their instruments.

Pierre-Vincent Fortunier : Pipes, violin
Yann Gourdon : Hurdy-Gurdy, foot
Guilhem Lacroux : Guitar, lap steel


Le Bour – Bodros

The duo has been touring France and Europe for more than 10 years. An essential training of the Breton traditional scene.

Youen Bodros : Diatonic Accordion
Timothée Le Bour : Saxo


Super Parquet

This quintet is the adaptation of traditional music from the Center of France and experimental electronic music.

Julien Baratay : Electronic hurdy-gurdy, voice
Antoine Cognet : Banjo
Simon Drouhin : Electronic hurdy-gurdy
Louis Jacques : Cabrette, voice



Scène participative

Every day in the castle yard on Thursday from 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm, on Friday and Saturday from 2.00 pm to 8.00 pm and on Sunday from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm.

This stage is open every day except during the concerts on the main stage. You will find the program on a board every day.

Scènes ouvertes

Every day in La Pommeraie

On the other side of the castle, in La Pommeraie, under a covered wooden floor you can see « discoveries » and more particulary vocal bands. During the night, this place is a dance space for all the bands. Open stages every day in La Pommeraie (Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm and Sunday from 3.00 pm to 7.00pm).

Close to the refeshment stands, open dance floors. Musicians, you only have to set up.…

  1. – Accueil, Billetterie
  2. – Salon de Lutherie
  3. – Scène clairière, concerts
  4. – Scène Pommeraie, ateliers, bals
  5. – Scène Château, ateliers, bals, concerts
  6. – Château, conférences, consignes
  7. – Village des associations
  8. – Stands préventions et divers
  9. – Espace restauration, producteurs locaux