WE LOVE GREEN. The Parisian We Love Green festival will be back on June 2, 3 & 4, 2023 in the Bois de Vincennes.
"An anchored line-up; in his time, more than ever turned; towards the future", such is the promise of the organizers of We Love Green, who unveil, this Monday, February 6, the programming of its 2023 edition. June 2, 3 and 4, 2023: Orelsan, The Blaze, PLZ, Phoenix, Gazo, Ronisia, Lomepal, Skrillex, Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, but also Bon Iver, Dinos, Tems, Jack Johnson, Pomme or Caroline Polachek. ;Note that this program is not yet complete, other names should come to add to this list of artists.
Faithful to the proposals that have made it successful, We Love Green will offer, in addition to its musical programming, talks, a stand-up stage, a creative workshop and a novelty. : a playground where try your hand at skateboarding. The ticket office for the 2023 edition of the Parisian We Love Green festival is open and accessible on the event website, here.< /p>
The dates of We Love Green 2023
Building on the success of its 2022 edition, We Love Green announces its return in 2023! In a press release release, broadcast this Thursday, October 27, the organizers invite festival-goers to meet on June 2, 3 and 4, 2023. Good news for fans of the festival, which had opened, at; summer 2022, the season at the Bois de Vincennes, at the gates of Paris, after two years of scarcity due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The 2022 edition of We Love Green will have been marked by the weather, with the cancellation of Saturday June 4 due to the torrential rains that had fallen on the site. Despite the complicated conditions, 100,000 festival-goers, in boots, had thrilled We Love Green. An edition immortalized by an aftermovie, posted online Thursday, October 27.
VIDEO The ticket office for We Love Green 2023
The ticket office for the 2023 edition of the Parisian festival of We Love Green is open and accessible on the event website, here. For prices, count 159 euros for a 3 day Pass, 109 for a 2-day Pass and 49 euros for a 1 day Pass.
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