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The Kiosquorama Festival exported to Europe

The Kiosquorama Festival wasexported in the summer of 2015 to Milano, Lisbon, Brussels and Hamburg. 42 concerts were scheduled, combining budding and confirmed artists.
 
Until October 3, 2015, the Kiosquorama Festival livened up bandstands in Milano, Lisbon, Brussels and Hamburg. In total, for 22 dates and 42 concerts combining budding and confirmed artists, a village of eco-citizens and four guest visual designers and artists.
 
An eco-citizen Festival held in parks and gardens, Kiosquorama facilitated encounters, networking and the enhancement of eco-citizen actors and artists in the heart of metropolitan areas. Shedding light on French artists for a large European public was a priority of this Festival, one that was also exporting its artistic programming know-how for urban areas.
 
Kiosquorama benefited by the support of the Institut français within the scope of its agreement with the City of Paris. The Institut français is committed to helping export French engineering with regard to festivals together with local operators.
 
 

Milano, July 3, 4 and 5

 
Kiosquorama was invited by the City of Milano to take part in the official programming of activities within the scope of the universal exhibit, at the time of the DIZ Festival, at the emblematic venue, La Fabbrica del Vapore.
 
Programming: Talisco, Joe Bel and La Maison Tellier.
 
 

Lisbon, August 22 and 23

 
Following its successful participation in 2014, Kiosquorama was once again part of the official programming of the Lisboa na rua Festival, to give life, musically speaking, the bandstand of the José Fontana Square on August 22 and 23.
 
Programming: Villa Hobo, KIZ and Karimouche.
 
 

Brussels, August 28

 
As it was the case in 2014, Kiosquorama livened up the day of August 28 at the Tour et Taxis Park, a new sustainable eco-citizen site situated at the heart of Brussels.
 
For the occasion, Kiosquorama built a family path based on eco-citizenship in partnership with the local organization, Parckfarm, before ending the day with the outdoor screening of short films.
 
 

Hamburg, September 24 and 25

 
Kiosquorama was part of the international organizations invited by the Reeperbahn Festival, a trade and public event presenting a large number of concerts and conferences. Kiosquorama thus was an integral part of the program, by:
 
• Being part of a panel of the conference on the French market, on September 24
 
• Proposing a showcase evening, on September 25
 
Programming: La Maison Tellier, Heymoonshaker