La Fanfare Couche-Tard will be the opening act on 26 June. / © N.N
The annual festival is back, although not in its usual form. The diverse musical programme will be held in two separate locations.
Concerts will be performed at the amphitheatre near the Wiltz castle, as well as at the Jardin de Wiltz. The motto of this year's edition will be "Festival de Wiltz goes Garden Sounds", and it will take place from 26 June to 25 July.
La Fanfare Couche-Tard will be the opening act on 26 June with a rhythmical and dynamic performance of Balkan music. Pol Belardi, a jazz fusion musician, will present his "Childhood Memories" project on 3 July. The younger audience will also be treated to live shows, such as, for instance, the musical "Der kleine Drachen Kokosnuss" ("The Little Dragon Coconut") on 4 July.
Electro-influenced folk singer and songwriter Bartleby Delicate will perform on 9 July. Lit & Beats, which is short for literature on beats, will perform an experimental and interdisciplinary show the following day. The group is composed of Luxembourgish author Luc Spada, DJ Kwistax, artist Suzan Noesen, and author Gast Groeber, and intends to reinterpret spoken word performances. The local Wiltz orchestra will play a concert on 11 July.
The Marly Marques Quintet, known for world music with jazz sounds, as well as English, Spanish, and Portuguese lyrics, will play on 16 July. Indie musicians Tuys will play on 25 July and present their latest album "A Curtain Call for Dreamers". German-Luxembourgish singer Adrienne Haan will conclude the festival on 25 July with a performance centred around classic French songs by greats like Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Charles Aznavour, or Kurt Weill.
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