Pop, singing, synths and African rhythms: the Festival du Bout du Monde offers a varied program for its eleventh edition. From Thursday to Saturday, ten groups take turns on the stage of the Théâtre de l’Oriental in Vevey (VD).
The first evening is 100% Vevey with Les Fils du Facteur, songs halfway between humor and poetry, and Marquise, a pop trio that is now evolving with drummer and bassist. On Friday, Dutch bands Don Melody Club and Baby’s Berserk will perform at the 300-seat venue, followed by World Brain and Bound by Endogamy.
Finally, on Saturday, the electronic tablecloths of Radio Hito and the velvety voice of Paquita Maria will ring out. Then two groups from West Africa make you want to dance: Professor Wouassa and Farafina, whose concerts usually last three hours and who put the audience in a trance last year: “It was quite natural that we had them picked up from where they were (almost) stopped,” the organizers wrote in a statement.
To end the night in style, two after-shows will take place in the Le Bout du Monde bar stage. Friday in Bomboclit, two Chaux-de-Fonnières, then a surprise DJ the next day.
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