19 Made in France artists in the line-up for the Eurosonic Festival in January 2017!

| Groningen, The Netherlands | 11-14 January 2017 |

Every year, French-produced artists are booked at the Eurosonic festival thanks to the networking efforts of bureauexport and its influence with the festival’s promoters.

The 2017 edition represents an excellent increase in the number of Made in France performances, with 18 artists in the line-up! : ALA.NIBaptiste W. HamonBarbagalloBuvetteCamp ClaudeCarpenter BrutFlavien BergerGuillaume PerretHerJ.C. SatànJacquesMHDMømeNoiservPetit BiscuitSalut C’est CoolTemenik ElectricThomas AzierTrupa Trupa.

Eurosonic Noorderslag is a ‘showcase-festival’ that takes place every year in January, in Groningen, Netherlands. The first three days of the festival (Eurosonic) offer showcases for European musicians, while the last day of the festival (Noorderslag) presents only Dutch artists. Each year the festival is a great opportunity to discover promising emerging artists. The event is highly attended by European live industry professionals (particularly from Germany, the UK, Scandinavia, Spain, Italy, and more and more from Eastern Europe), and is an excellent opportunity to introduce artists looking to develop in Europe.

Along with several other European export offices, bureauexport participates in the ETEP (European Talent Exchange Programme) 2.0 and works to promote the circulation of artists in Europe by financially supporting the selected Made in France artists. Bureauexport will take advantage of its participation in the ETEP/Yourope Artist Exchange Meeting during the Eurosonic festival to highlight the showcases of Made in France artists among this influential international network.

Jain, French winner of EBBA 2017

On January 11, Jain will represent France at the European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA) presented by Jools Holland. A celebration of emerging artists, the ceremony will feature a performance by Jain and she will be presented with the award, following in the footsteps of her compatriots Christine & The Queens, last year’s French winners.


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