DIJON: The presentation of the Tribu Festival took place

The festival will take place from September 26 to October 2, 2022.

The 23rd edition of the tribe festival will take place in a few weeks now. For more than 20 years, the festival has continued to offer a heterogeneous program. A program that allows you to make discoveries, a program that allows you to go around the world while staying in the capital of the Dukes.
The festival will take place from Monday September 26 to Sunday October 2. The concerts will take place at “Un singe en hiver”, the Salle Mendès France, La Vapeur, the Auditorium, the free district of Lentillères and finally “Au Maquis”.


Zutic production

“The Tribu Festival was created in the 90s and it is a festival that highlights world music, which is not represented at all or very little. It’s a festival that unearths talent from elsewhere and also from here. This year we’re putting a big focus on regional languages, that’s kind of the red thread of this edition.

We will start on Monday with a duo singing in the Occitan language and it will then be followed by the enfant terrible of English jazz. Tuesday will be more folk, an artist who has worked with Camélia Jordana or Ben Harper.
We will then settle down for 3 days at La Vapeur with free concerts at the start of the evening.
On Friday we will be with our marching band which was created 12 years ago now. This brings together about twenty musicians, amateurs and professionals. She will perform in the first part and for free.
For the day on Saturday we will start at 10 am at the Auditorium. We will have a whole day and an evening around languages ​​from here and elsewhere. Conferences, workshops and of course music. For the first time we will end the evening in the free area of ​​the lentils.
Finally for Sunday, we will be more on a jazz concert in a place that we opened this summer: Au Maquis. To end the festival it will be a return home, right next to Lake Kir.

If you are curious or curious, if you want to let yourself be carried away by very different rhythms and to travel around the world while staying in Dijon, this is the time to come to the Tribu Festival. »

Manon Bollery


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