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Nekfeu joins the Europavox festival line-up!

Four new names have been added to the Europavox festival line-up, which takes place on 27 to 30 June in Clermont-Ferrand!

Undoubtedly the hottest name in rap right now, Nekfeu will be headlining the festival on Sunday 30 June. With his razor-sharp lyrics and a flow with surgical precision, it didn’t take long for this S-Crew and 1995 member to go solo. Following his major albums Feu and Cyborg which helped establish his name at the top of the rap game, plus two roles on the silver screen, everyone is excited to see the rapper grace the Europavox stage!

On Friday 28 June, we’ll be celebrating Møme’s huge return to live scene, as he plays on the line-up alongside The Avener. He’ll be unveiling tracks from his brand new album which he produced while travelling the world. After transforming his van into a makeshift studio, the shining star of the French electronic scene whipped up a successfully subtle alchemy between visual imagery, dream-like inspirations and pure electro.

He’s a writer, composer, producer, DJ and remixer extraordinaire who’s wracked up numerous collaborations since the end of the 90s. And now, fresh off his César win for Best Soundtrack for the film 120 BPM, Arnaud Rebotini joins Franz Ferdinand and Roméo Elvis on the line-up on Saturday 29 June. Not only that, the same night will see Vendredi Sur Mer serve up a perfect slice of pop! As the successor of a refined, elegant pop (think Gainsbourg and Daho), this young Swiss artist disguises poetic rhymes with a backwash of contemporary rap, and we’re sure excited to discover her hotly anticipated debut album this March.

And of course, this year more than 50 different artists will grace the Europavox stage, from eagerly-anticipated well-known headliners to rising stars coming from 20 different countries from throughout the European Union.

See the program

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