The new edition of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival will highlight women with its theme “The Ladies of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” The Billy Bob’s Western Street Saloon’s Podium, Street and Stage will feature concerts and dance demonstrations, while an exhibition of vintage cars and American motorcycles, animations and decorations will reinforce the fifties atmosphere at Disney Village. An event not to be missed!
Concerts and outdoor activities:
- Hot Slap Trio – Wheel Caps – The Freaky Billy
Outdoor showcases will follow on the Podium for everyone’s pleasure. The artists of the Hot Slap Trio, the Wheel Caps and The Freaky Billy will bring a fifties vibe to Disney Village with their covers of the greatest rockers and their original Rockabilly music and songs.
- Lilly’s Rockin – Boogie Woggie Dance – Hula Hoop
The Podium will come alive thanks to these artists come straight from the 50s! Dancers, singers and artists of all kinds will perform the numbers and demonstrations throughout the festival.
- Exhibition of Cars and American Motorcycles
And icing on the cake, an exhibition of collector cars and American motorcycles, will add a retro touch to Disney Village. Perfect for soaking up the fifties atmosphere for the duration of the festival.
Concerts at Billy Bob’s:
The Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon hosts four Rock bands with very different influences, featuring their female group head.
- Friday, September 7th:
- 9:30 pm — The Miss Victoria Crown group will open the evening. Composed of five artists, including Victoria the singer, it will put the audience in a very Rockabilly atmosphere.
- 11 pm — American singer Gizzelle will go on stage. Her repertoire navigates between 1950s Blues, Rhythm and Blues and 60s Soul. She is considered one of the best voices on the Rock scene.
- Saturday, September 8:
- 9:30 pm — The Cactus Candies, a French quintet of shock from Nantes, offers a very roots and relaxed music.
- 11 pm — The concerts will close with the band Rhythm Sophie & Tom Stormy Trio. This duo is a meeting that sparkles between Tom Stormy’s Rockabilly and the Red Hot Rhythm and Blues from Rhythm Sophie.