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We Love Green

May 30 to 31 at the Parc de Bagatelle

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When? May 30-31 2015.
What? An eco-friendly rock festival with an impressive line-up of international artists.
Where? Parc de Bagatelle.

You'll need to summon every ounce of your flower power for this two-day rock festival in the fields. Since 2011, We Love Green has rented out the Parc de Bagatelle for an annual two-day jamboree that places equal emphasis on musical quality and eco credentials. The bins are recyclable, the stages are built from 100% natural material and the site is dotted with the stands of tree-hugging NGOs, while the summery setting means that the beautiful young partiers can recharge their rave juice by basking in the sun. Tacky merchandising is replaced with organic food and wine stalls, and kids are catered for with a range of games and workshops. It's a far cry from the can-strewn mudbaths of Glastonbury.

The programme's gone from strength to strength since the inaugural festival three years ago, and the 2015 lineup is the strongest yet. The emphasis is on rock of a British indie bent: Julian Casablancas, Christine and The Queens, Django Django, Joey Bada$$, Allah-Las, Siriusmodeselektor, Sophie, Ben UFO, Roman Flügel en back-to-back avec Barnt, Ghost Culture. With bands of this calibre in a setting this lovely, who doesn't love Green?

Check the website for more information, including a full lineup.

Two-day pass: €66
Saturday or Sunday pass: €38.50

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