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Blog Posted in avatar   Johnny Summerton's Blog

Albi's summer festival line-up announced

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By Johnny Summerton
Posted Feb 23, 2011 in Entertainment
If you're looking to attend an open-air concert in a spectacular location this summer then perhaps you need look no further than the southwestern French city of Albi.
The line-up for this year's Pause Guitar festival taking place July 7-10 has just been announced, and if you're a fan of the French music scene, then it's definitely the place to go.
All four of the acts nominated in this year's category of Best Newcomer at Les Victoires de la Musique, the French equivalent of the Grammys, are slated to appear; winners Lilly Wood & The Prick, Ben l'Oncle Soul, Camélia Jordana and Zaz.
Also performing at various venues throughout the city will be Joe Cocker, Philippe Katerine, Gaéten Roussel, Aaron, Cocoon and, and and...
Heck, if you want a full list of who'll be playing when and where, and you want to books tickets, head over to the festival's website and take a look around.
If (French) music ain't your thing then Albi has plenty more to offer.
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Sainte Cécile Cathedral, Albi
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It's the capital of the département of Tarn and just an hour's drive away from one of the country's largest cities, Toulouse.
Set on the river Tarn, it's architecturally stunning with a host of terra cotta brick buildings typical of the region, most notably the 13th century Sainte Cécile Cathedral.
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River Tarn, Albi
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Not to be missed either is the Palais de la Berbie which since 1922 has also housed a museum dedicated to the works of the city's most famous son, the painter Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa.
Last August the Episcopal City of Albi became a Unesco World Heritage site.
Albi  rue de la Violette
Albi, rue de la Violette
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It includes the Cathedral, the Palais, the Pont Vieux - a stone bridge built in the 11th century and later clad in the characteristic red brickstone - as well as parts of the banks of the river Tarn.
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Albi, red brick
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