Feder and Sônge on stage for Warner Music’s garden party

118 rue du Mont-Cenis, Paris 18


More pop than the Elysée, more hype than Buckingham Palace, who am I? Without hesitation, Warner Music France’s garden party. Once again this year, the record label invited its artists under the spotlight to appropriate the spaces inside and outside its emblematic setting, Le 118, below the Montmartre hill. A unique setting imagined by Renzo Piano where the four artists Feder, Laurent Lamarca, Roni Alter and the young Sônge followed each other on stage in a real festival atmosphere. After an obligatory passage to the bar-tricycle signed Pernod (and even a detour to the tasty foodtruck parked in the garden), it is first outside that the guests and partners of Warner Music France let themselves be carried away by the music of Roni Alter and Laurent Lamarca, before living the 118% experience with a DJ set from Feder and that Sônge takes us, at nightfall, into his bewitching sound universe. Review of an evening that makes the ears feel good.

Photos: Thomas Smith
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