Guinguette, concerts, sport and culture, Aytré celebrates summer
By Corentin Cousin
Published on July 2, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.
From July 4 to September 3, things will move in Aytré this summer. The municipality organizes multiple events to energize the life of the city.
« Aytré moves in the summer returns again this year. For two months, from July 4 to September 3, residents of Aytres won’t have time to get bored. A rich program will be offered throughout thesummer. Sport, culture, guinguette and concerts will punctuate the summer ofAytré.
The will of the municipality is to meet the desires of all. And to do so, the programme summer reinvents itself not without surprise.
Feet in the sand…
This summer, Aytré is changing formula with a contemporary guinguette. Marcel, the vinyl truck, comes every Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. to punctuate the weekends and thus invite Aytres residents to dance. Its musical program has a particular sensitivity for the vintage universe and Marcel will suggest that you choose your records according to the theme of the day: Disco, funk, 90s/2000s, bossa-nova.
Sportingly speaking, lovers of physical activity will not be left out. Each day has its program. Beach volleyball, archery, yoga or even zumba.
Culture will also be honored with painting workshops and mobile libraries. Activity leaders and associations offer daily meetings suitable for athletes, amateurs, the curious and children.
… and feet in the grass
From August 12 to 14, this will be one of the cultural highlights at the heart of “Aytré moves in summer”. The festival invites you to 3 days of events, workshops, shows and concerts in the natural and shaded setting of Jean Macé Park.
On the program: wooden games, climbing, street theatre, festive Jazz Combo Box concert, scratch band mixing jazz and hip-hop, mash-up workshop, yoga, plastic arts, classical concert by the Babiaud quartet. It will close with the traditional open-air cinema, which this year will show the film chosen by the Aytrésiens. It will be “Les Hirondelles de Kaboul” by Zabou Breitma, and Éléa Gobbé-Mévellec.
Complete and detailed program ici.
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