Francofolies 2021 announce standing and maskless concerts

Francofolies 2021 announce standing and maskless concerts
Francofolies 2021 announce standing and maskless concerts

Following the latest government announcements, the Francofolies de La Rochelle are reviewing their organization to offer concerts closer to the pre-Covid.

The Francofolies are rethinking their 2021 edition. Following a new lifting of restrictions, the La Rochelle festival announces that the concerts planned on the large Jean-Louis Foulquier stage will take place in a standing configuration, and that the mask will not be compulsory . A new step towards a return to normal for this edition which will take place from July 10 to 14.

“The big Jean-Louis Foulquier scene of the Francofolies standing and without a mask!”, Write the organizers on Twitter. “Following the latest announcements of June 21, 2021 from the Ministry of Culture, the large stage Jean-Louis Foulquier switches to standing or seated configuration in bleachers.”

These announcements follow those of Roselyne Bachelot, who said Monday that the “standing” concerts could resume without a mandatory mask from June 30. A configuration hitherto prohibited due to the health crisis, which had forced the summer festivals to rethink their organization.

A compulsory health pass

The organizers provide some additional information on the official Francofolies website: spectators of the Jean-Louis Foulquier stage must present a valid health pass. As for those of the other stages (La Coursive, La Sirène, Notre Dame Church), they will have to wear a mask but will not be required to present a health pass.

Several festivals have announced a last-minute reorganization in order to offer festival-goers as normal an experience as possible: from Monday, the Vieilles Charrues have also announced concerts “

presentation of a valid health pass.


Francofolies announce standing maskless concerts

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