Born in 2005 in the mountains, the Hadra Trance Festival is a unique event in terms of its organization, the values it defends, but above all by its eclectic and multidisciplinary program that mixes musicians, video artists, visual artists and performers.
PROGRAMMING & ARTISTIC ORIENTATION
The Hadra Trance Festival is one of the only French festivals to have chosen to focus its programming on the different styles of psychedelic trance and the alternative aesthetics that have developed in parallel.
DECORATIONS & SCENOGRAPHIES
Stage design is a fundamental component of trance culture. The characteristics of these transformations allow festival-goers to be immersed in an immersed and fantastic universe.
Throughout the event, the public has access to an alternative space for lectures, art exhibitions, workshops, yoga classes and musical awakening. All free and open to all. In a few words, a place for exchanges, encounters and discoveries.
PERFORMANCE & WANDERING
In addition, the festival offers numerous shows that animate the different spaces of the festival. Stilt-walkers, circus artists, jugglers and fire-eaters will be at the heart of the crowd to present their shows.
The Hadra association was founded in Grenoble in 2001 by a group of fans of electronic music and in particular psychedelic trance. Etymologically, the “hadra” designates, in Arabic, the collective trance as it is practiced during the ceremonies of Moroccan religious brotherhoods, in particular the Issawas.