Sat, Jun 01

Every year, We Love Green invites wild and exciting artists who draw the music of our time. An eclectic program that crosses the bridges between indie and electro. A French scene does not lack lights (Christine & The Queens, Camille, Juliette Armanet, Angèle…) and a window on the new pop rock guard. But above all, a great desire for diversity in all forms of hip-hop: from the first festival of PNL to the coronation of Action Bronson, Migos & Tyler The Creator, and incredible performances of the new jewels Anderson .Paak, Damso, IAMDDB or Moha La Squale.

The music programming flourishes on two large stages: those of La Prairie, solar, open to the outside, feet in the grass, the head in the stars … and the scene of La Clairère, a half-marquee, like a bubble, ideal for meticulous stage design, resting as much on the light as the video to welcome the most innovative artists, and it becomes a real dive into their universe. And the future of current music, its most promising newcomers give themselves appointment under the big tent of the Lalaland. A panel of Live discoveries during the day before switching to a club version with the dancefloor masters.

Headliners

Rosalía
Rosalía
Tame Impala
Tame Impala
Erykah Badu
Erykah Badu
Future
Future
Metronomy
Metronomy
Christine and the Queens
Christine and the Queens
Kali Uchis
Kali Uchis
Vald
Vald
FKA Twigs
FKA Twigs
Booba
Booba

The Think Tank stage

The Think Tank is an ideas lab located right in the heart of the festival. Its aim is to promote environmental innovation and encourage the exchange of ideas, as well as raising awareness of the biggest ecological issues around, to help us better understand our ever-changing world. And in order to achieve this, we hand the floor over to change makers such as iconoclastic thinkers, scientists, activists, artists, sociologists and other committed leading figures who will be leading round tables, conferences and even screenings.

Our bold and eclectic line-up benefits from support from the Ile de France regional directorate of ADEME (the French Environment and Energy Management Agency).

The Projections

Screened in the tents in the Think Tank field, you’ll find films and documentaries that make you think. Travel the planet through the eyes of various international directors and get a different insight into the world around you. 
In partnership with Atmosphere Festival and Datagueule.

The Start-Up Lab

In collaboration with LKECOWORK, the Startup Incubator brings together pioneering organisations and businesses from different areas such as green tech, circular economy, sustainable food production and agriculture, ethical fashion and design… On the eve of COP23 and its environmental and social challenges, the aim of this space is to raise awareness and allow new changemakers to be heard – from innovative ideas and how to consume differently, to encouraging collaboration and ways to help one another.

The Workshop

Every year, We Love Green opens its doors for the Residence Workshop, inviting the next generation of recently qualified designers and design students to apply. Not only do we finance all production costs and the ownership of the work remains with the artists, but the festival also advises and provides guidance to the designers, helping them source recycled materials for their projects that will decorate the festival. We Love Green has set up a jury made up of prominent professionals and industry insiders from the art, design, and scenography worlds. Their task is to select the various projects and support the winners throughout the whole creative process.

Designed to showcase new ways of creating innovative projects and promote young talent, this educational project is integrated into teaching, with support from art schools from the Île de France region, centres for Arts & Technology and apprenticeship training centres.

FAQs

BY PLANE: If you are flying into Paris, you can reach the city centre from the airport either by taking an RER train or any number of bus services.

BY TRAIN: Paris, as the capital of France, is easily accessible via rail from the rest of the country and also neighbouring Europe.

Once in the city, the best way to reach the festival site is to either take Metro Line 1 to Chateau de Vincennes and then walk; or a taxi should cost no more than €20.