Pellicu-Live Festival in Thuir: the warmth of Kendji Girac’s gypsy music lights up Palauda Park

Opening of the Pellicu-Live festival ball in Thuir. This Thursday, September 1, Kendji Girac was chosen to be the first to tread the musical stage of the event, combining music, cinema, gastronomy and viticulture.

He has the gift of swaying his fans like no one else. Kendji Girac is the big star of the music scene on this first evening of the Pellicu-Live festival.

Nestled in the Palauda park, the event thought up by François-Xavier and Anaïs Demaison and Frontera Productions (Déferlantes, Live au Campo, Bacchus) offers its scene at aperitif time to the Mama’s child. The one who claims to have partly grown up in Perpignan starts directly with his hits.
Between two songs, he confides his pleasure of “find my Catalan lands“.

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The dresses fly away, the hands clap in cadence

Accompanied by his four musicians, the immaculate singer-guitarist seems determined to offer a lively, dancing concert. Far from his somewhat more classic performance that he delivered at Live at Campo in 2021. Tonight, in Thuir, he is particularly inspired. In the pit, the response is immediate. Dresses spin and fly, hands are rhythmically clapped against each other. The evening is hot. He continues in the same tone throughout his concert of more than an hour. Nice performance.

At nightfall, the singer leaves his place to another child of the country, Balbino Medellin. Then Cali, closing this first night which was preparing to light up the festival with its carte blanche.

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