06/09/23: it's about our 30th festival !
on the radio in the World is a Village: listen https://auvio.rtbf.be/media/le-monde-est-un-village-3078420
03/09/23: the pre-sales are over this Sunday 03/09 at midnight, but don't worry, there are still places to buy at the entrance of the site for all days of the festival
02/09/23 : there are still some volunteers missing to complete the weekend schedule, don't hesitate to register (your loved ones, your friends) via https://www.folkfestivalmarsinne.be/ben/index.php
02/09/2023 : WARNING: pay attention to the direction of traffic and the parking spaces authorized by the police.
02/09/2023 : Our dog friends are not allowed on the festival site, even on a leash.
Except for assistance dogs (visually impaired people, people with disabilities, etc.), kept on a leash.
01/09/23 : This year there will be no paper schedule distributed on site for each festival-goer. The schedule will of course be posted in several prominent places on the festival site. But if you want to have a timetable with you, you can download it here and print it if needed: https://www.folkfestivalmarsinne.be/joomla35/en/line-up/horaire-en
You were expecting news, weren't you?
Well we are very happy to announce that the Folk Festival of Marsinne
will open its doors, its arms, its dance floors,
for its 30th edition, on September 8th - 9th - 10th 2023.
Are you curious to see who will be celebrating with you and us for this anniversary edition?
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Welcome on the Marsinne Folk Festival Website, organized by Musiques et Traditions a.w.l.p.
Discover all the ingredients of the oldest festival of traditional music in Wallonia,
Whether you are an experienced dancer, an enthusiastic music lover or a one day passer-by, this is the place to be if you want to indulge in traditional music
in a peaceful and easily accessible setting.
A friendly and family-oriented festival with a unique and relax atmosphere and set in a spectacular location !
In 2019, the MELCHIOR project was presented, whose objective is to gather, digitize and make available to the general public documents related to the musical and dance heritage of Wallonia. A great way to showcase our local culture through its hidden treasures.
The different dance/concert spaces are called LEJEUNE, SCHMITZ, MELCHIOR and CHARNEUX.
In honor of important figures with regard to the history of our festival and to the Walloon heritage.
© Marie Garcia Bardón