LaPlage de Glazart

The Glazart's pop-up beach returns for another summer of love and raving
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For the sixth consecutive year the Glazart has installed its onsite pop-up 'beach' (read: glorified sandpit), complete with deckchairs and 50 tonnes of sand. There's a whole bunch of stuff on offer throughout the summer, including live concerts, DJ sets, volleyball and boules (in deference to ravers of a certain age). All musical bases are covered, from hip-hop to techno, house to indie and pop. Food trucks and refreshments are on hand for those needing sustenance after a prolonged dancing and/or relaxing session. And to top it all, entry is free (for the most part).


La Plage will be up until October 3. The whole summer programme can be seen here.

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