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Prog'Sud 2016 festival shaping up

The 17th edition of the Prog'Sud festival will be held at Jas'Rod in Les Pennes-Mirabeau, in southern France. Artists on the bill include Osanna, The Wrong Object, Mörglbl, Alex Carpani, and more. Dates will be May 5-7, 2016.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-02-15

Prog'Sud 2016 posterProg'Sud has been going strong since 2000, presenting a wide range of bands to audiences in sourthern France. Check out the link below for further info on tickets.

  • Thursday May 5
    • G.Nova (France)
    • Glazz (Spain)
    • Mörglbl (France)
  • Friday May 6
    • Deafening Opera (England)
    • The Wrong Object plays Zappa (Belgium)
    • Lazuli (France)
  • Saturday May7
    • Telescope Road (France/Finland/USA)
    • Alex Carpani Band (Italy)
    • Osanna (Italy)

Lots of good music there... start planning your early summer trip now!


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Related artist(s): Alex Carpani, Lazuli, Mörglbl, The Wrong Object, Osanna

More info
http://progsudfestival.nuxit.net/gb_welcome.html

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