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Brittany: “festive musical gatherings” banned for weekends in 3 departments

2021-06-22T22:00:17.461Z

The authorities are trying to prevent the holding of a rave party "which could bring together several thousand participants".



The authorities do not want a rave party in Brittany this weekend.

The Breton prefects mobilized and concerted to prevent the arrival of "chirps" this last weekend before the official end of the curfew, this Sunday.

Thus, like the prefects of Côtes-d'Armor and Finistère, that of Morbihan, Joël Mathurin, announced the ban on any festive gathering, of a musical nature, in Morbihan from Friday June 18 (4 p.m.) to Tuesday June 22 (8 a.m.) reports the Telegram this Friday evening.

Faced with the risk of a rave party, it is also forbidden to transport, in your vehicle, and therefore to circulate with "sound system" equipment, "liable to be used for an unauthorized event, on the entire network. road (national network and secondary network) ”specified the prefect of the Breton department. A decision taken while a potential rave party, "which could bring together several thousand participants", is likely to take place this weekend in the region. The memory of the incredible rave-party of the last New Year's Eve in Brittany is still alive.

The police will be mobilized throughout the weekend to ensure the maintenance of order and compliance with the measures, ”the authorities recalled.

Surprisingly, the prefect of Morbihan extended the decision until June 22, thus including the music festival in his prefectural decree.

Mini-concerts authorized for the music festival

A decision that accords with the recommendations made for the music festival by the various ministries concerned.

To date, the obligations remain the same: wearing a mask is compulsory, including outdoors during gatherings which must not exceed 10 people ...

Roselyne Bachelot had also explained, Thursday evening on France Info, that arrangements were possible for the Music Festival on June 21. "Mini-concerts in bars and restaurants will be possible," explained the Minister of Culture, assuming breaches of the protocol previously defined by her administration. In its first recommendations, the ministry explained that only outdoor concerts would be authorized on June 21.

Source: leparis

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