Brive Festival

Brive Festival, 100% Gaillard!

Hundreds of performers on-stage and one special something: the place’s incredibly-unique atmosphere and the locals’ friendliness. Once you set foot on the sand (yes, sand) in the middle of the town, out come the flip-flops, cocktails and happy smiling stars and spectators! Welcome to Brive Festival at the very heart of Corrèze, this year from 23 to 26 July.

The “Gaillards”, name given to the locals of the capital of Corrèze, have adopted this event which fits them like a T, a family-style, urban, summer festival, which we bet you’re soon going to adopt too! This great get-together headlines the best of the French musical scene.

L'ambiance est à son comble au Brive Festival

Enjoy the OFF whilst you’re on-site which, has been proposing over 40 free gigs in partner bars and the town centre from 12pm to 6pm every day. The OFF stages showcase young emerging bands and talents, and local inhabitants and festival-goers enjoy the music whilst strolling around the town.

Informations :
Brive Festival
Brive Tourisme
+33 5 55 24 08 80

PRACTICAL INFO 

from July 23 2020 to July 26 2020

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EXTERNAL LINKS:

Brive la Gaillarde 

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