Entertainment Nantes. A cultural festival in the wading rooms of the city

22:52  20 july  2021
22:52  20 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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De 15 h à 19 h, dernier jour pour patauger dans le bassin de La Boissière, à Nantes nord ! Le festival se déplace ensuite quartier île de Nantes. © West-France from 3 pm to 7 pm, last day to wade in the Bouissière basin, in Nantes Nord! The festival then moves island island of Nantes.

Every summer, the festival appointment in the paddling pool invites the inhabitants of the districts of Nantes to spend the day around islets of freshness. Between two baths, exhibitions, concerts and animations, to enjoy with the family!

Throughout the summer, the festival appointment to the paddling houses invests eight "islets of freshness Nantais" , at the four corners of Nantes .

On the program: sports animations, cultural and musical workshops, games, exhibitions, shows, concerts ... and of course, swim! All fully free, thanks to the contribution of thirty partners.


program this Wednesday, July 21, the festival invests the wading pool of the Boissière for the third and last day in Nantes Nord, before continuing to turn towards the island of Nantes from 22 to 24 July, dry pine from 26 to 28 July, Malakoff from July 29th to 31st, Bellevue from 2 to 4 August, Nantes Erdre from 5 to 7 August, Breil from 9 to 11 August, and closed torer from August 12th to 14th.

In this canicular period, the appointment should convince more than one.

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