The Brodeuses Festival in Pont l’Abbé: July 13 to 16, 2017
Family celebration which devotes five days to live the tradition of Bigouden terroir and Breton, with a window open on foreign folklore
The Vieilles Charrues de Carhaix: July 13 to 16, 2017
The Vieilles Charrues welcome every year on its stage the biggest stars of French and international music.
Brest (nautical party): Next edition 2020
Around the world sailing in 7 days, do you believe it? With more than 2,500 boats coming from the four winds, the maritime history gives every four years re. The maritime festivals of Brest are a gathering of traditional boats coming from the four corners of the globe, taking place for a week every four years … give yourself to a million visitors for an unforgettable trip.
Douarnenez Time celebrates: Next edition 2018. The old rigs leave Brest for Douarnenez.
Large parade of more than 1000 boats. Party on the docks and water. The maritime world from yesterday to today opens its doors.
The Quimper Cornwall Festival: July 18 to 23, 2017
Dedicated to the richness of Breton culture and its diversity, the Cornouaille festival is a cultural cornucopia. At almost ninety-two, the event did not take a ride.
Interceltic Festival of Lorient 47th: from 4th to 13th August 2017 with the honor of Scotland.
10 days of shows and various events. 4500 musicians, singers, dancers, from Brittany, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, USA, Canada, Australia, etc …
The Crozon World End Festival: August 4th to 6th, 2017
The Bout du Monde Festival has been for almost 18 years, the major meeting place for world music and mixed music. The Bout du Monde is also a warm and friendly atmosphere in an exceptional natural site, the Presqu’île de Crozon, close to the sea.
The Flower Festival Gorse Pont Aven: August 6, 2017
The oldest folk festival in Brittany since 1905 in Pont-Aven. Parades, fest-noz and Breton costumes are at the rendezvous.
Festival of Aven PORT-MANECH in Névez: August 15, 2017. Traditional festival
The feast of the blue nets of Concarneau: from 15 to 20 August 2017 included
This more than centenary festival is the occasion of a great return to the sources of tradition. A parade in Breton fashion, colorful with music and dance.
Born on the backdrop of the economic crisis in 1905, the Fête des Filets Bleus was a holiday of solidarity with the fishermen of Concarneau