The We Love Green festival kept more than one awake Thursday night

The We Love Green festival kept more than one awake Thursday night

MUSIC – Residents of the Bois de Vincennes are not at the end of their troubles.

The Parisian festival We Love Green, which opened there on Thursday June 2, and which must be held there until Sunday June 5 (except Friday June 3), has visibly prevented many people from falling asleep from his first evening, which was scheduled to end at 12:30 a.m.

Many residents of the neighboring town of Alfortville, but also of Ivry-sur-Seine or the east of the capital have complained on social networks (see tweets below) the particularly high volume of the festival’s sound system, located at a place called Plaine de la Belle Étoile, in the heart of the Bois de Vincennes in the 12th arrondissement of Paris.

“The sound is incredibly loud, I can’t even imagine the people and children who are right next door and who are simply prevented from sleeping”, points out a surfer on Twitter, while another quips: “You can go up the sound please, we don’t hear enough in Alfortville”.

After three years of absence due to the health crisis, the We Love Green festival, always more eco-responsible and which expects around 100,000 spectators over its three evenings, is making a comeback this year.

Gorillaz was notably the headliner of this opening night, while Phoenix is ​​expected on Saturday, before a day on Sunday where PNL and Angèle are notably scheduled.

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