Lyon: the last hours of the McCurry exhibition
The images of the author of the famous Afghan girl with green eyes have attracted tens of thousands of people in Lyon. This tour of the world meets people humbled with humanity is coming to an end: the exhibition closes its doors this Sunday at La Sucrière. The ultimate opportunity to discover the 200 images that represent nearly 40 years of work by the American photographer.
Until July 21st at 49-50, quai Rambaud (2nd). Price: 13 euros. https://stevemccurryexpo.fr Such. 04.78.79.23.61.
Haute-Loire: Allègre returns to the Middle Ages
The town celebrates this weekend the 27th edition of its medieval festivals. In the programs of theatrical performances, market, costume parade … Camp life will also be reconstituted: archery, calligraphy, basketry, herbalism, cannon firing, crafts, singing, dancing, period cuisine, blacksmiths, reconstruction of skits and period fights, children's games punctuate these two days.
Saturday and Sunday in the streets of the village.
Ain: the beautiful doubled of Brass in Dombes
The traveling festival began on July 5 and several free concerts have already animated the villages of the area. Place for paying concerts this weekend with this Saturday (21 hours), in the courtyard of the castle Grange Jehan Bal, in Lapeyrouse, Brussel jazz orchestra and David Linx. A tribute to Jacques Brel will be proposed during this evening, after a first part dedicated to more classical pieces. The next day at the Domaine de Ronzuel in Chalamont, the family day includes a participative batucada workshop (11:30), a musical tale (14 hours), the show Broc'n'roll Circus etc …
The full of concerts, between Fourvière and Vienna
The two ancient theaters chained the dates this weekend. In Lyon, the Nuits de Fourvière (which ends July 30), welcome from Friday to Sunday Arthur H (with the harmony band of Bordeaux), Youssou N'Dour and former Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason. The neighbor isérois is not left with during this same period the festival The Authentiks (with Big Flo and Oli), the pianist Ludovico Einaudi and Joan Baez.
Loire: the varied fauna of the zoo of Saint-Martin-la-Plaine
Between the Pilat massif and the Lyonnais mountains, the Espace Zoologique de Saint-Martin-la-Plaine houses gorillas, wolves, tigers and snakes and many other animals … Depending on the days and times it is possible to attend the meals of the gorillas or that of the wolves. The visit lasts between two and three hours minimum (walk of about 2 km).
Every day of the summer at the opening of the boxes from 9 to 18 hours. Doors closed at 7 pm Rates: free under 3 years; € 12 from 3 to 9 years old; € 16 from 10 years old. Group rates and annual pass possible. More information : www.espace-zoologique.com
Jura: Retro tractors, a family affair
It is a singular event because it is organized by a … family. The Knights in this case, who present their collection of tractors in a meadow of 3 hectares in Cosges. Some rare pieces will be exhibited, including a Hart-Parr American tractor and Jura models of yesteryear, including a Chauvin R6 manufactured in Bonlieu. Parade, refreshments, pedal tractors for children and exhibition stands complete this panorama accessible Sunday from 9 am.
Bourg-en-Bresse: admire the "Colors of love"
For the past five years, Bourg-en-Bresse has animated the façades of three of its flagship buildings thanks to nocturnal projections christened Couleurs d'amour. The City Hall, the Royal Monastery of Brou and the City Theater, which this year benefit from an unprecedented lighting with a graphic bias, turned towards contemporary art and ultramodern music, are to rediscover in a totally different light.
Until September 7th, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 pm. In Brou, five 15-minute performances are scheduled each evening. They will be ten minutes in the theater and in the town hall. Shuttles are set up to connect Brou and the city center.
Isère: Crémieu welcomes 35 ceramists
Crémieu welcomes for the third time, its market of potters. 35 ceramists will be present at Place de la Nation and will exhibit a wide range of creations, available in different materials and finishes: stoneware, earthenware, porcelain, raku, enamel, glazed earthenware, engobe, etc. Four ceramists will exhibit their creations in the setting of the nearby Augustine cloister. Also to see, the exhibition of Pierre Amourette, in the adjoining church.
Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm www.citoyenspourcremieu.fr
Ain: Saint-Jean-sur-Veyle transmits the harvest tradition
On Sunday, the association Saving old tractors and agricultural trades offers a retrospective of summer work on the occasion of the harvest festival and threshing. Visitors will witness the evolution of different harvesting and threshing equipment. An amateur plowing contest with old equipment, a country lunch and various demonstrations are also planned.
Sunday, July 21st at Saint-Jean-sur-Veyle. Free entrance, parking assured.
Ain: Kyo and Zazie headlining at Oyonnax
The 6th edition of the Oh! Bugey takes place at René-Nicod Park in Oyonnax. About 5,000 people are expected Friday and Saturday to attend the performances of Angie Robba, Cats on trees and Kyo the first night and Nach and Zazie the second.
Weekend pass 60 €. Friday evening 32 €, from Saturday 42 €. www.ohbugeyfestival.fr