Friday evening, a new date of Agen Village is scheduled place du Dr-Esquirol. Make way for the Tribe of Bergamo.
Find Agen Village in songs this Friday, August 11 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. place du Dr-Esquirol.
Get ready to be transported to the enchanting world of the Tribu de Bergamo! This group of five musicians, true leaders of this community, will tell you their story, their doubts and their deepest aspirations. Through songs interpreted with passion in French and Italian, they will reveal the journeys, the roots and the hopes of an entire people, thus creating a powerful intergenerational bond. A memorable evening with family or friends. Refreshments and catering are provided on site.
Since the launch of this summer event, an average of 200 spectators per evening have attended, with a record of 300 people on July 28 during the cabaret evening of Melowomen.
The first date scheduled rue Parmentier around the covered market had been canceled due to storms. Agenais and tourists are present on the 2023 program. These summer events have always been appreciated.
Next date, Friday August 18 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. dedicated to youth.
Cajou, the next musical universe
A captivating musical evening looms with two outstanding bands. First, Cajou, a trio from New Aquitaine, which invites the public to an amplified, minimalist and intimate concert, in the spirit of the famous Tiny Desk. Their nu/soul/pop music, inspired by artists such as Daniel Caesar, Raveena and Billie Eilish, transports music lovers into a unique and captivating melodic universe. Next, The Djany’s Soul Report, a vibrant show that fuses soul/blues sounds with funk/jazz influences and touches of modern pop. Their musical influences span from African-American music of the 1950s to the present day, creating a rich and timeless sonic experience. Get ready for an evening filled with emotions and exceptional musical discoveries. Bar and restaurant on site.