A Friday night at the FNAC Live Festival

Parvis de l'Hôtel de Ville


Keziah Jones, Breakbot x Irfane, and Agoria set fire to the second night of the FNAC Live festival last Friday. Enough to give heat to those who did not yet have it, especially since the alumni had made the trip to support the 100% free operation instigated by the distributor and the City of Paris.

Record attendance on the square in front of City Hall this weekend, which even during a football final broadcast had not known such a crowd. Proof that the festival – which was initially planned to launch the Paris-Plage season – has attracted an eclectic audience over the years. So on Friday, at 6pm, the summer cohort found themselves under a blazing sun, in front of the stage set on the main square, to cheer the lives of Lisa Leblanc, La Yegros, Mélissa Laveaux and Raphael Gualazzi. The festivities will take another turn at 9pm with the soul chords of Keziah Jones, great shaman in front of the eternal, who will then leave the controls of the evening to Breakbot and Irfane, the two pop friends of the label Ed Banger, to finish with the strange set of Agoria, which will succeed in a few notes to transform the honourable and outdated square into an anarchic dance floor where the teenagers burn and the cans pile up.

Photos: Valentin Le Cron
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