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Over two days on 16th and 17th September 2011, Zik Zac Festival 2011 will see bands performing a mixed schedule of music incorporating many different styles. All the acts set to play are among the most cutting edge groups in their genre and include everything from hip hop and rap to blues and dance music.

Featured artists include Massilia Sound System who will be lighting up the stage with their performances that are always energetic and are sure once again to get the crowds moving. Duo Toumast will be playing their native guitar music while Cafetera Roja has a distinct sound fusing classic guitar, cello, violin and haunting vocals.

Other artists include Ejo Groove, Flox, Poum Tchack, Sena, HK & Saltimbank and Gari Greu. Visual arts will also come from Ka Miscellaneous who will be adding to the impressive settings for the festival’s home which will take place by the Arc de Meyran.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head at commented: “This will be the 14th edition of Zik Zac and the number of music fans that attend often causes Aix En Provence hotels to be fully booked. Anyone thinking of heading to the event should get their accommodation sorted as soon as possible to be sure of getting rooms closest to the venue.”


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For further information please contact Lek Boonlert:

Tel: + 66 (0)76 241 145

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