The Solidays festival, canceled due to health constraints, will still organize a mini-event reserved for caregivers on July 4, organizers said Thursday.
For "Covid-19" today, "like HIV" yesterday, the "soldiers on the front line are the caregivers": "their dignity, their courage and their devotion deserve to be saluted once again", can - read in a press release from Solidays, a contemporary music festival that usually funds Solidarité Sida action plans.
On Sunday July 4, the Paris-Longchamp racecourse will therefore open its doors “for an unexpected 23rd edition, free and reserved for women and men who bring health to life”, thanks to “the generous support of loyal Solidays partners”.
About ten artists - not revealed - will be showing.
To participate in this special edition "Thank you to caregivers", you must register online from June 10 on the solidays.com site, providing supporting documents.
A draw will then be made.
The winners will receive a personal and non-transferable invitation, valid for two people.
Solidays had canceled in February its festival scheduled for June 18-20.
This is the second year in a row that he has canceled due to health constraints.
In 2019, over three days, Solidays had gathered 228,000 spectators at the Longchamp racecourse (west of Paris).
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