Francis Cabrel returns for our greatest pleasure for some exceptional concerts at the summer festivals where he should give us the premiere of new songs before the release of his next album. Born in 1953, this grandson of an Italian immigrant composed from an early age songs inspired by great artists such as Bob Dylan or Neil Young. As a teenager, the shy Francis Cabrel, accompanied by his group of folk-rock musicians, performed at popular balls to get to know the stage better. In 1974, armed with his guitar, the agenais participated in a competition of French songs for Sud Radio. Thanks to his title "Little Mary" now cult, he became known to the general public and even ensured the first parts of the singer Dave. But it was in 1979, with the hit song "I love him to die" from the album "The Crossroads", that Francis gained international notoriety. With more than two million of 45 towers sold, the discreet artist is propelled into the light. "The ink of your eyes", "The Lady of Haute-Savoie", "I loved you, I love you and I will love you", "The bullfight" or "The Fisherman's Hut" all melodies and refrains that are now part of the French musical heritage. From albums to albums, Francis inspires, enchants, intelligently and benevolencefully denounces injustices and naturally establishes himself as a pillar of the French variety. Committed, romantic and authentic, Francis Cabrel makes his voice and the strings of his guitar vibrate once again on stage: the concert event of a timeless artist not to be missed under any circumstances. Reservations for People with Reduced Mobility: 04.72.19.77.45.