Heath and moorland, with a jagged coast overlooking clear blue water: the enchanted countryside of the Crozon peninsula, pearl of the Iroise Sea, provides a change of scene and a backdrop for a music festival that carries its name well: the Festival du Bout du Monde, meaning the Festival on the far side of the world. Perched in the Landaoudec prairie, just a few meters from the water, three stages invite you to feel the pulse of world music with a blended and eclectic programme, a clever mix of both young talents and big names.
This year's 17th edition of the Bout du Monde Festival will provide a rich programme featuring Caravan Palace, Natacha Atlas, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine and Feu! Chatterton. There will also be a dedicated area for children and organic and world food stands, creating a warm and familial atmosphere.
Festival du Bout du Monde
Prairie de Landaoudec
From 5 to 7 August 2016
3-day pass: From 50 to 70.50 EUR
2-day pass: 58.50 EUR
1-day pass: 35 EUR
Free for children under age 12