THE MEDINA

the festival village

The village brings back the exchange and the human at the core of the project, to talk about utopias but also to give ideas so that dreams can perhaps become reality. Throughout the event, the public has access to an alternative space of conferences, art exhibitions, workshops, yoga classes or musical awakening. All free and open to all. In a few words, a place of exchanges, meetings and discoveries.

WORKSHOP AREA

Several areas of the festival offer workshops: free and open to all, they offer many activities of initiation and awareness around the central themes of Hadra Trance Festival. These workshops have become a key element of the festival: they invite participants to exchange, invent and collaborate in order to understand the festival from another angle.

This year, we offer many workshops scattered around the site.
Go to the reception of the Medina to participate in a workshop!

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25

5:00 PM - 7:30 PM | Hadra's got talent

To start the festival as it should be Tchaï A Out organizes a game where you can be the hero: Hadra’s got talent!

Come and show your best talent, without pressure and with a lot of humour, on the opening Thursday from 5pm to 7.30pm on the Chill-Out (Registration beforehand at the ticket office or in the village).

A Jury composed of the DJ Arkeya, an amateur circus artist and a party girl will allow you to win useful prizes for the rest of the festival like a photo session with Twenty Cent Light for example!

SPEAKER : Tchaï A Out

What is Tchaï A Out?

A new friendly, conscious and creative space managed by the association of the same name!

What will happen there?

Organized or free workshops and chats. The team will treat you to these fresh and hot homemade drinks while wandering around the festival site! So look for their flag and come to relax, enjoy yourself or have fun with their team!

Tchaï A Out is an association created in 2016 by a group of friends who simply wanted to put their bums down comfortably at the festival. That’s why it offers you to simmer under its stretch tents while you roast on its cozy cushions and rugs.

Sprinkle this mixture with chai tea, coffee and cold drinks made with love. Dim the lights and stir it all up with activities and talks. This recipe can be enjoyed alone or with your friends! Season it with a sound system.

Welcome to Tchaï A Out’s relaxing feast!

Discover Tchaï A Out

Discover the musical universe of Arkeya, member of the jury

Discover the creations of Twenty Cent Light, a photo session to win 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 26

10:00 am - 11:30 am | Macramé discovery workshop

Come and discover the Macramé technique with Moon Saf Créations and create your own jewel with her.

SPEAKER : MoonSaf Creation

A macramé necklace bought at the Boom… The small seed at the origin of Moonsaf Creations. A necklace that gave Lucie its creator the desire to start weaving and evolving with this art since 2017.

Having started to animate workshops during her trip to India she would like to invest more in the transmission of this know-how that she loves so much! She is therefore looking forward to meeting you for this new experience in a festive environment 🌻✨

https://www.facebook.com/Moonsafcreations

@moonsaf_creations

11:00 am - 12:30 pm | Vox Machina : Voice/machine improvisation workshop

Come and make electronic music… with your voice! With your voice, but not only, a drum machine will also be at your disposal, a looper, 2 microphones, in short the essentials to have fun and create together!

You will discover, with this dynamic duo, how to easily create electronic music with your voice without any prerequisite of singing or music theory.

Improvisation is a key word: you have no idea what you are going to create? Good thing they don’t either!

On the program: games, spontaneity and creativity.

SPEAKERS : JERM (Marc Charton & Jessalynn)

JERM – is a collective born from a common desire: to raise awareness of vocal and rhythmic improvisation as a tool for self-fulfillment and re-connection. Created in 2019, it is composed of two people: Marc – drummer and electronic composer – and Jessalynn – Professor of vocal technique and improvised singing.

https://www.facebook.com/jermateliers
https://jessalynn.fr
https://marc-charton.fr/

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Public shouting by Générations Futur and the Gens d'Arts Mobiles

What are public shout outs?

First of all, it’s a continuous writing workshop, since you are the one who writes the text of the public shouting! You post your messages in our dedicated box, then twice a day, at 1pm and 7pm, your texts, declarations of love, classified ads, proposals, jokes, quotations, testimonies, in short what you want, will be read out loud by our shouter!

https://generationsfutur.zici.fr 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lesgensdartsmobiles

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Do It Yourself workshop: making tawashi, cake dishes, candles, etc.
  • Creation of Tawashi

Tawa what ? The tawashi is a small handmade cloth made with recycled fabric, which replaces the sponge. The interest is triple because not only we offer a second life to our clothes but also we save the purchase of a new sponge and we lighten our trash can! It’s as easy as pie to make and costs almost nothing. Come with your sock with a hole in it, create a tawashi yourself at the workshop and leave with it!

  • Making your own cake dish

Ah, if only we could know what our super 5€ dishwashing liquid was made of, with a more than colorful content, which is bathed in its plastic container… It’s now useless! No more irritated hands, polluted water and soil and exorbitant prices! Make way for HOME-made dishwashing cake, made up only of products you are familiar with, which are harmful only to the dirt of your dishes.

  • Making a natural candle

Come and participate in the creation of a homemade and natural candle to enlighten you on the beautiful path you are taking.

Come, and leave with some essential and easy-to-make recipes!

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Forum theater in chosen gender (women): repulsive! And other aggressors

Come and do forum theater, improvisation to train yourself to fight against sexist and sexual violence.

You were the target or the witness; the person was heavy, insistent, or violent; it was someone close to you or someone you didn’t know; you would have liked to react, react better, react faster; you could have answered, or left, or asked for support. All these solutions are legitimate. But at the time, we don’t always think about it! 

So come and train to be ready to say that incredible punchline you thought of too late the last time, but also to feel your limits, to put them down, to be safe, or to support your girlfriends and minorities. 

A participatory workshop where we can discuss, practice, and share our strategies, using the tool of theater. We will end with a short presentation of a scene chosen by the group, to which the audience will be invited, and which will allow them to practice their reactions.

Facilitator: Tina
Links, external resources: https://www.facebook.com/La-Pagaille-579354608921196

 

2:00 pm - 6:30 pm | Sound walks with Le Séquenceur (several departures)

Hadra offers again this year a new activity, the Sound Walk. Equipped with microphones, participants are invited to take a sound and contemplative walk in the surroundings of the festival, in order to open their ears to the multitude of noises that surround them. From the crackling leaves to the blowing wind, from the sound of footsteps to the teeming atmosphere of a human gathering, the Sound Walk is an invitation to escape and to meditate through sound.

For this unusual activity, Hadra has called upon the association Le Séquenceur, a regular at music festivals, whose speakers will accompany the participants in their sonic (re)discovery of the festival.

Duration of a stroll: 30-45 minutes 
Gauge: limited to 5 people per walk
Departure times: 2 pm / 3:30 pm / 5 pm / 6:30 pm
Meeting point: the Village reception

Registration on site strongly advised.

3:00 pm - 5:00 p.m. | Meditative mandala creation

Hi there!

Do you want to connect to the creative part of you? Oh, but you can’t draw a mountainous landscape in the slightest details?

Well, I can’t either! I invite you to come and create a mandala!

Why is it more than a simple drawing?

Because it is also a great meditation exercise, you are focused on the colors, the shapes and more on your permanent thoughts. And also a good exercise in letting go! Each mandala is a reflection of you in a specific moment.

So you want to combine the useful with the pleasant? I look forward to sharing this with you!

Flower in Body 

GAUGE : limited to 10 people per circle

Speakers : Liza Suzanne

Hi, my name is Lisa, I’m a 26 year old self-employed entrepreneur.

When I was a teenager, I broke a lot of bones, so I went to the hospital a few times. Several times I had the feeling that I was just another case number. I didn’t feel like I was being considered as a whole person.

It is from there that I became interested in other medicines, like traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine.

It is thanks to the discovery of these medicines and wonderful encounters that I understood that each knee pain could not be treated in the same way since each person is unique because of his or her experience, character, choices and many other things.

Each human being is unique and has a share of responsibility in his healing.

I have therefore trained in these two fields and I have created my own micro-business in the field of well-being. I offer Ayurvedic massages and various Chinese medicine practices (Cupping, Acupuncture, Tui Na massage) 

The more I advance on this path, the more I am convinced that our emotions, our mind and our body are closely linked and influence each other. I therefore accompany people who wish to learn to live their emotions through the heart and not the head.

And I continue to learn myself what I share.

Our body is the temple of our soul.

Lisa

http://fleurencorps.fr

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm | Vox Machina : Voice/machine improvisation workshop

Come and make electronic music… with your voice! With your voice, but not only, a drum machine will also be at your disposal, a looper, 2 microphones, in short the essentials to have fun and create together!

You will discover, with this dynamic duo, how to easily create electronic music with your voice without any prerequisite of singing or music theory.

Improvisation is a key word: you have no idea what you are going to create? Good thing they don’t either!

On the program: games, spontaneity and creativity.

SPEAKERS : JERM (Marc Charton & Jessalynn)

JERM – is a collective born from a common desire: to raise awareness of vocal and rhythmic improvisation as a tool for self-fulfillment and re-connection. Created in 2019, it is composed of two people: Marc – drummer and electronic composer – and Jessalynn – Professor of vocal technique and improvised singing.

https://www.facebook.com/jermateliers
https://jessalynn.fr
https://marc-charton.fr/

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Public shouting by Générations Futur and the Gens d'Arts Mobiles

What are public shout outs?

First of all, it’s a continuous writing workshop, since you are the one who writes the text of the public shouting! You post your messages in our dedicated box, then twice a day, at 1pm and 7pm, your texts, declarations of love, classified ads, proposals, jokes, quotations, testimonies, in short what you want, will be read out loud by our shouter!

https://generationsfutur.zici.fr 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lesgensdartsmobiles

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27

10 am - 12 pm | Stroll and discussions about wild plants

A pillar towards a return to greater autonomy and resilience, wild plants are like life companions. Edouard, ethnobotanist, invites you to discover them during a fun and sensory walk, during which you will learn to recognize some of them, and to explore their gastronomic uses or other medicinal virtues.

The walk will be preceded or followed by a discussion about wild plants.

GAUGE: 20 people

REGISTRATION : On site at the reception of the Village or at  [email protected]

SPEAKER: Edouard Bal

www.cueilleurdestran.com

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Public shouting by Générations Futur and the Gens d'Arts Mobiles

What are public shout outs?

First of all, it’s a continuous writing workshop, since you are the one who writes the text of the public shouting! You post your messages in our dedicated box, then twice a day, at 1pm and 7pm, your texts, declarations of love, classified ads, proposals, jokes, quotations, testimonies, in short what you want, will be read out loud by our shouter!

https://generationsfutur.zici.fr 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lesgensdartsmobiles

2:00 pm - 6:30 pm | Sound walks with Le Séquenceur (several departures)

Hadra offers again this year a new activity, the Sound Walk. Equipped with microphones, participants are invited to take a sound and contemplative walk in the surroundings of the festival, in order to open their ears to the multitude of noises that surround them. From the crackling leaves to the blowing wind, from the sound of footsteps to the teeming atmosphere of a human gathering, the Sound Walk is an invitation to escape and to meditate through sound.

For this unusual activity, Hadra has called upon the association Le Séquenceur, a regular at music festivals, whose speakers will accompany the participants in their sonic (re)discovery of the festival.

Duration of a stroll: 30-45 minutes 
Gauge: limited to 5 people per walk
Departure times: 2 pm / 3:30 pm / 5 pm / 6:30 pm
Meeting point: the Village reception

Registration on site strongly advised.

2:00 pm - 4:00 p.m. | Forum theater: repulsive! And other aggressors (mixed)

Come and do forum theater, improvisation to train yourself to fight against sexist and sexual violence.

You were the target or the witness; the person was heavy, insistent, or violent; it was someone close to you or someone you didn’t know; you would have liked to react, react better, react faster; you could have answered, or left, or asked for support. All these solutions are legitimate. But at the time, we don’t always think about it! 

So come and train to be ready to say that incredible punchline you thought of too late the last time, but also to feel your limits, to put them down, to be safe, or to support your girlfriends and minorities. 

A participatory workshop where we can discuss, practice, and share our strategies, using the tool of theater. We will end with a short presentation of a scene chosen by the group, to which the audience will be invited, and which will allow them to practice their reactions.

Facilitator: Tina
Links, external resources: https://www.facebook.com/La-Pagaille-579354608921196

2:00 pm - 4:00 p.m. | Meditative mandala creation

Hi there!

Do you want to connect to the creative part of you? Oh, but you can’t draw a mountainous landscape in the slightest details?

Well, I can’t either! I invite you to come and create a mandala!

Why is it more than a simple drawing?

Because it is also a great meditation exercise, you are focused on the colors, the shapes and more on your permanent thoughts. And also a good exercise in letting go! Each mandala is a reflection of you in a specific moment.

So you want to combine the useful with the pleasant? I look forward to sharing this with you!

Flower in Body 

GAUGE : limited to 10 people per circle

Speakers : Liza Suzanne

Hi, my name is Lisa, I’m a 26 year old self-employed entrepreneur.

When I was a teenager, I broke a lot of bones, so I went to the hospital a few times. Several times I had the feeling that I was just another case number. I didn’t feel like I was being considered as a whole person.

It is from there that I became interested in other medicines, like traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine.

It is thanks to the discovery of these medicines and wonderful encounters that I understood that each knee pain could not be treated in the same way since each person is unique because of his or her experience, character, choices and many other things.

Each human being is unique and has a share of responsibility in his healing.

I have therefore trained in these two fields and I have created my own micro-business in the field of well-being. I offer Ayurvedic massages and various Chinese medicine practices (Cupping, Acupuncture, Tui Na massage) 

The more I advance on this path, the more I am convinced that our emotions, our mind and our body are closely linked and influence each other. I therefore accompany people who wish to learn to live their emotions through the heart and not the head.

And I continue to learn myself what I share.

Our body is the temple of our soul.

Lisa

http://fleurencorps.fr

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Sensitive mapping workshop with chosen gender (women)

Capacity: limited to 15 people
Meeting place: Inaya Refuge
Conditions of participation: for women and gender minorities

The Hadra and Serein.e.s associations propose a workshop of sensitive mapping to exchange on the different spaces of the Hadra Trance Festival 2022.

A workshop of reflection and awareness to develop our spaces and strengthen the well-being of everyone on the festival.

The Hadra Trance Festival wants to be a festive space, free of any judgment, of any form of oppression and as safe as possible. However, we notice that there are still violent and/or worrying situations, especially regarding the notions of consent, sexuality and gender. That is why we want to be more involved in raising awareness and taking action to advance these issues in our organization.

To achieve this, we have the pleasure to be accompanied by the association Serein-e-s (association from Grenoble which seeks to create more egalitarian spaces for all at parties) during a workshop “sensitive mapping”, in chosen mixity (for women and gender minorities), with festival-goers of the Hadra Trance Festival 2022 edition.

  • Objectives:

→ To identify the spaces considered safe and non-safe at the festival
→ To get feedback from the users of these spaces
→ To understand the uses of the festival space according to the experiences, feelings and needs of the public
→ To bring out collective responses
→ To be able to develop our spaces afterwards in order to multiply the positive experiences of the festival and to feel serene.

  • What is sensitive mapping?

Sensitive mapping is a tool that allows us to identify the representations and feelings of a person and/or a group in relation to a given space. It is not a matter of making an exact cartography, but of highlighting the most or least used spaces, the pleasant or potentially problematic spaces, and thus, to draw out collective knowledge in order to think together about possible answers and actions.

  • Why the chosen mix?

The objective of the chosen mixity is to free the speech of the oppressed and to allow these people to express their experiences, needs and feelings in the most egalitarian frameworks possible and thus, to make emerge tracks of reflection and tools of struggles. The chosen mix does not seek to exclude cis-gender men, it participates in the self-emancipation of women and gender minorities.

Serein-e-s is a non-profit association created in May 2019. Its objective is to raise awareness, to prevent and to fight against sexist and sexual violence and gender discrimination, especially in festive environments. We realized that the nightlife environment was not free of dominance relationships and that there were few specific tools to question them and fight against their effects (harassment, sexist aggressions, gendered uses of space…).

We thus created Serein-e-s to lead a global reflection in connection with the public and the professionals of the festive and cultural environments. Through stands, trainings or workshops, our ambition is the following: Inform, prevent violence and transform party places.

www.serein-e-s.org

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm | Vox Machina : Voice/machine improvisation workshop

Come and make electronic music… with your voice! With your voice, but not only, a drum machine will also be at your disposal, a looper, 2 microphones, in short the essentials to have fun and create together!

You will discover, with this dynamic duo, how to easily create electronic music with your voice without any prerequisite of singing or music theory.

Improvisation is a key word: you have no idea what you are going to create? Good thing they don’t either!

On the program: games, spontaneity and creativity.

SPEAKERS : JERM (Marc Charton & Jessalynn)

JERM – is a collective born from a common desire: to raise awareness of vocal and rhythmic improvisation as a tool for self-fulfillment and re-connection. Created in 2019, it is composed of two people: Marc – drummer and electronic composer – and Jessalynn – Professor of vocal technique and improvised singing.

https://www.facebook.com/jermateliers
https://jessalynn.fr
https://marc-charton.fr/

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Public shouting by Générations Futur and the Gens d'Arts Mobiles

What are public shout outs?

First of all, it’s a continuous writing workshop, since you are the one who writes the text of the public shouting! You post your messages in our dedicated box, then twice a day, at 1pm and 7pm, your texts, declarations of love, classified ads, proposals, jokes, quotations, testimonies, in short what you want, will be read out loud by our shouter!

https://generationsfutur.zici.fr 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lesgensdartsmobiles

SUNDAY, AUGUST 28

10 am - 12 pm | Tutu creation workshop

Feel like twirling on the festival? Come and create your own multicolored tutu to put a bit of enchantment on the dancefloor or in your life.

SPEAKER : Rosalie (Tchaï A Out)

Rosalie from Tchaï A Out created her first tutu in 2018 and she hasn’t left it since. That’s why she wants to share with you this costume that is quick, inexpensive and childlike easy.

https://www.facebook.com/tchaiaout

@l.ail.rose

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Public shouting by Générations Futur and the Gens d'Arts Mobiles

What are public shout outs?

First of all, it’s a continuous writing workshop, since you are the one who writes the text of the public shouting! You post your messages in our dedicated box, then twice a day, at 1pm and 7pm, your texts, declarations of love, classified ads, proposals, jokes, quotations, testimonies, in short what you want, will be read out loud by our shouter!

https://generationsfutur.zici.fr 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lesgensdartsmobiles

TALKING CIRCLES

This year, the Hadra Trance Festival proposes talking circles in chosen mixity, between people who feel like women and between people who feel like men, in order to tackle taboo subjects and to decomplex them, to dare to ask questions, and to be enriched by the experiences and testimonies of everyone. 

On questions of gender and body, sexuality and intimacy, or parenthood, these small group discussion circles will allow, in a benevolent setting, to take the time to listen and speak, in order to deconstruct stereotypes, work on emancipation levers and lead to collective awareness.

The circles will be reunited to finalize the exchanges together.

for people who feel like women

The talking circles will take place at INAYA REFUGE.

for people who feel like men

The talking circles will take place at TIPI GENERATION FUTURE.

FRIDAY 26 AUGUST | 10 am to 12 pm | Talking circle in chosen gender : open theme

DOUBLE CIRCLE WOMEN / MEN

Theme according to the energy of the group.

SIZE: 10 places per circle

REGISTRATION :
On site, at the village reception

SPEAKER: Lisa Suzanne for the “Woman” circle / Victor Perrin for the “Man” circle

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 | 10 am to 12 pm | Talking circle in chosen gender : open theme

DOUBLE CIRCLE WOMEN / MEN

Theme according to the energy of the group.

SIZE: 10 places per circle

REGISTRATION :
On site, at the village reception

SPEAKER: Lisa Suzanne for the “Woman” circle 

SATURDAY 27 AUGUST | 10 am to 12 pm | Talking circle in chosen mixity : theme around the fatherhood and the patriarchy

DOUBLE CIRCLE WOMEN / MEN

Theme: What place can fatherhood have in the fight against partriarchy?

SIZE: 10 places per circle

REGISTRATION:
On site, at the village reception

SPEAKERS: Marguerite Locquet / Victor Perrin

CONFERENCE AREA

Since 2017, the festival offers a conference space where professionals, amateurs and curious people come to debate around themes inherent to the psychedelic culture and the values associated with it. This space, conducive to exchanges and encounters, allows the public to become aware of current issues and society: festival-goers are invited to take part in the debates and become themselves actors of the festival.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm | Retro Future Karaoke

Etienne and Ugo come straight from the future to make you sing on classical music such as Johnny, Céline Dion, Gilbert Montagné and so on. False notes and laughter at the rendezvous!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 26

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm | The therapeutic use of psychedelics, perspectives, history and psychological mechanism

Zoë Dubus, doctoral student in contemporary history, and Baptiste Fauvel, lecturer in psychology, will present the results of research on the psychotherapeutic use of psychedelic substances, from the end of the 19th century to the present. The psychological mechanisms supposedly at the origin of the therapeutic effects of psychedelics will be exposed. An exchange with the public will follow.

PLACE: Conference tent

SPEAKERS:

Zoë Dubus is a PhD student in contemporary history at the University of Aix-Marseille. Her research deals with the transformations of medical practices and health policies related to the use of psychotropic drugs, from the 19th century to the present day in France. Her research focuses on understanding the relationship between doctors and these products, conceived alternatively as innovative drugs or as toxic.

Personal website: www.dubuszoe.wordpress.com 
French psychedelic society: https://societepsychedelique.fr/fr 

Baptiste Fauvel is a lecturer in psychology. He teaches at the University of Paris Cité and does research for the Memory, Brain, Cognition Laboratory (LMC 2 ) where he is interested in the effects of the psychedelic experience on psychological functioning through questionnaires sent to users.

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Round table: individual liberties on the Internet

Framasoft and La Quadrature du Net invite you to participate in a round table on digital freedoms, where we will address current issues on our right to privacy, to information, and how our fights are working in this direction. We will also review our methods of struggle, and we will answer your questions to open a discussion on the subject.

SPEAKERS :

  • LA QUADRATURE DU NET 

La Quadrature du Net promotes and defends fundamental freedoms in the digital environment. The association fights against censorship and surveillance, whether it comes from States or private companies. It questions the way in which digital technology and society influence each other. It works for a free, decentralized and emancipating Internet.

Website: https://lqdn.fr

Social networks: https://mamot.fr/@LaQuadrature / https://twitter.com/laquadrature

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Show : Textures

Texture is a sound journey.
Texture is a reading of thematic texts. And it is music. It’s acoustics.
Texture was born the day after a party. It is soft and it scratches.
The first part borders on the wild. The second one melts in the cities.

Musical readings on the wild.
Musical readings on the cities.

Speakers: Clément Fernandez / Léa Cavalin

Texture #1 :

In this first part Texture is interested in the relations between humans and the living, the whole human race and the whole palette of the living. A discussion opens up between Man and the Wild. Or do we abandon the concept of Nature altogether, and everything becomes wild again? Or no, we use our need for nature as a selling point for car perfumes! Wild I tell you, like finance.

The program is colorful, tinged with philosophy, breathed with a page of advertising, watered with rose water novels, and wrapped up in poetry.

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Round table : Psytrance yesterday and today

A little overview of the last twenty years with actors of the scene who tell us about their psytrance

The Hadra association celebrates 20 years of musical activism and promotion of psychedelic trance.

It was originally founded by psytrance lovers, genuine ones! 

These people used to travel all over the world to listen to it, were members of dark forums to which they connected at night to discuss, had a fluorescent wall hanging over their sofa and a dressing room full of psychedelic t-shirts flocked with the names of festivals all over the world….

As the years go by, organizations like HADRA make little ones here and there… and many are those who join the movement in France and in Europe.

Headphones screwed on the ears, eclectic playlist and finger on the synth, they come from free party, electro clubbing, rock or metal.

All of them benefit from the development of new technologies, produce a cleaner and more qualitative sound, and enjoy, thanks to the advent of the internet and social networks, an unlimited access to music, which they can now broadcast and share as they please. It is in part this small social and technological revolution that contributes to breaking down stylistic barriers.

Well anchored in its values, composite and colorful, the psytrance continues to be democratized and does not cease making new followers.

Whether they are fervent defenders of melodic layers or swear by mechanical sounds, different generations of actors of the scene will testify to the evolutions they have observed and will tell us about their Psytrance of yesterday and today.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Workshop discussion : Utopias: in which world would we like to live?

Culture, social, political, economic … a space of exchange to try to specify which utopia to aim at our scale and collectively, but also which first steps to undertake to achieve it.

PLACE: Conference tent

SPEAKERS: Franck Bernard & Manon Asselie, from the association “Le Nouveau Monde”, which aims to promote local alternatives, create social links and encourage political speech in the public space.

9:00 pm - 10:30 pm | Animation : Jean-Feutre - Live illustration

 Duo of digital live painting improvising a succession of contemplative illustrations punctuated by a driving modular synthesizer with electronica, break, techno and acid sounds.

Jean Feutre invites you to share their universe with love, laughter and sweat.

SPEAKER : Jean Feutre

https://www.facebook.com/jeanfeutrelivepainting

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27

10 am - 12 pm | LSF* French Sign Language Awareness Workshop

This sensitization aims at making you discover the LSF and more generally make you discover the Deaf world.

In the form of games and exchanges, you will learn some basic signs but not only! You will also see that you can communicate with a deaf person by using your non-verbal communication and you will be surprised of what you can say without speaking!

So, come and exchange with us!

SPEAKER : AMAAC Association

https://accessfestival.mystrikingly.com/

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Round Table : The chill-out : soaring music for dancers at rest

Round table around the chillout as a musical entity and scenic space characteristic of modern raves. 

 

Appeared at the end of the 70’s, the so-called “chill-out” music groups together a whole range of musical styles with diverse inspirations, having as common point the search for appeasement and the invitation to relax. Reggae, Ambient, Psydub, Jazz, Dub, Trip hop, many artists are now seeking a fusion between these genres thanks to the advent of electronics and downtempo, while maintaining its roots in a rich instrumentation, between ritual instruments, traditional sounds and modern live bands. The chill-out is now an essential component of the rave, this term also referring to the physical space it represents, whether shaded by a tent or having as a roof only the starry sky of a summer festival, ready to welcome the bodies and reveries of dancers in search of rest.

 

Through this round table, we will give the floor to some of the chillout artists playing on the festival in order to talk about the secrets of the making of these musics, their origins and their rise but also to discuss the chillout as a place of exchange and rest.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Show : Textures

Texture is a sound journey.
Texture is a reading of thematic texts. And it is music. It’s acoustics.
Texture was born the day after a party. It is soft and it scratches.
The first part borders on the wild. The second one melts in the cities.

Musical readings on the wild.
Musical readings on the cities.

Speakers: Clément Fernandez / Léa Cavalin

Texture #2:

To speak about the suburbs. No of the cities. Finally of the city. The one composed of citizens, you know. What better than the suburbs to embody it? Place that cradled the childhood of one of us. Place of all the angers and all the dreams. Between gangster and self-management. Between escape and evasion. Between anger and resignation. Between uprising and anarchy. We come to question a model of society, with a lot of texts, with a lot of rap and political sociology.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Screening & Debate : One foot in the space, one foot on the floor! Community health in freeparty since 1995

For its 25th anniversary, the association of partygoers Techno+, which provides information, materials, and assistance to partygoers in techno parties, has embarked on the great adventure of documentary film with the director Judith Du Pasquier.

“Judith followed us between 2018 and 2021, in free parties, during our meetings, our trainings and on some emblematic places of Techno+. She also went to meet volunteers and other witnesses to the history of free-party community health. “

Multiple police, judicial and legislative twists and turns punctuate the association’s journey, but the film will also and above all show the party, the joy, the utopia, the work and the collective intelligence because nothing stops a people who dance and think.

Speakers : 

Fabrice Perez, former president of Techno+
Ombline Pimond, current president of Techno+
Judith Du Pasquier, film director

Links, external resources: www.technoplus.org

VOIR LA BANDE ANNONCE
9:30 pm - 11:00 pm | Animation : Jean-Feutre - Illustration Live

 Duo of digital live painting improvising a succession of contemplative illustrations punctuated by a driving modular synthesizer with electronica, break, techno and acid sounds.

Jean Feutre invites you to share their universe with love, laughter and sweat.

SPEAKER : Jean Feutre

https://www.facebook.com/jeanfeutrelivepainting

SUNDAY, AUGUST 28

10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Workshop discussion: What postures to adopt in the face of future changes?

Activism, pacifism, denial, resilient communities, personal development, direct action, esotericism, unionism, survivalism etc… discussion-debate around twenty life strategies that are available to us and our loved ones in the face of current and future changes!

PLACE: Conference tent

SPEAKERS: Franck Bernard & Manon Asselie, from the association “Le Nouveau Monde”, which aims to promote local alternatives, create social links and encourage political speech in the public space.

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