After two years of scarcity, the Trans Musicales are preparing to put the sound back next week in Rennes.
The resumption of the coronavirus epidemic, however, still leaves doubts about the organization of the festival, which will be held from December 1 to 5.
Since November 15, standing concerts are again authorized with 100% gauges.
But the Trans Musicales team prefers to remain cautious.
"The evolution of the health situation remains likely to lead to local restrictions," said the organizers in a statement.
📣 New ticketing info & gauges!
D-9 before # Trans2021⚡️ ... We come back to you regarding the ticketing and hosting conditions for this edition 👇 pic.twitter.com/YA4cAwNDqY
- Trans Musicales (@TransMusicales) November 22, 2021
"In all responsibility and as a precautionary measure", the management therefore decided on Monday to temporarily limit the sale of places at the Parc Expo and Ubu by restricting the gauge to 75%.
"This decision is taken to guarantee access to all people who buy a ticket, that the level of gauges finally authorized for these rooms on the dates of the festival is 75% or 100%", underlines the organization of the festival, adding that "if the sanitary situation allows finally to keep the gauges at 100% until the festival, and except against the order of the competent authorities, we will put on sale the 25% of places remaining on November 29 at the latest, and before if that is. possible ”.
Yann Tiersen or DJ Pone on the bill
However, this temporary suspension of sales does not concern the festival venues in seated format (L'Aire Libre, TNB, Le Triangle) where ticketing remains based on a 100% gauge.
For this 43rd edition, the Trans Musicales will welcome more than 80 groups of 32 nationalities.
We will notably find on stage Yann Tiersen, who will present his new electro project live for the first time, DJ Pone, former member of the Fonky Familiy, or Arnaud Rebotini, who will be on stage with the group Cheap House.
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