#enjoymallemort all summer long

The suspension bridge across the Durance river, Eglise Saint-Michel, the keep, the orientation table, Saint-Pierre oratory, the castle ruins ... Mallemort, a village full of flowers, is packed with historical and cultural treasures to (re)discover all summer long, due to a 45-minute tour of the paved streets. And, if this lovely community, sitting at the junction between the Alpilles, the Luberon, and the Aix region, can also offer a multitude of sports activities for all ages and all levels (Pont Royal golf course, footpaths, mountain bike tours, water sports, ...), it is also, undeniably, a festive place. From 7th July to 23rd August, publish your Mallemort photos on Facebook or Instagram with hashtag #enjoymallemort. There are prizes to be won every week!

21st to 24th June: “La Grande Fête”
21st June, from 7 pm onwards, rue Fernand Pauriol: World Music Day
22nd and 23rd June, upper village: 10th edition of “Mallemort Sens Dessus Dessous”, art in all its forms

22nd to 25th June: St John’s Eve: belote and petanque competitions, funfair from 5 pm onwards. Concerts start at 10 pm, place Raoul Coustet

22nd June: Androgyne (easy listening band)
23rd June: Orient Express Orchestra (Funk, Rock, Rhythm and Blues)24th June, 9pm: Claude François imitation show with dancers

29th June to 1st July:
“La Croisée des Mondes”Polyphony lessons and concerts organized by Orfées Productions. Robert Nageli: 06 75 39 22 03 Website: www.orfees-productions.comFriday 29th June, 8.30 pm, Théâtre Dany: concert by Letizia Giuntini (Corsican song)
Saturday 30th June, 7-8 pm, Eglise de Mallemort, upper village: concert “Un chœur pour la paix” 8.30 pm: concert Dub In Da Mouth (vocals)
9.30 pm: concert Trio Bordes Quere Cavaille – balfolk!

9th to 13th July:
Pottery course
From 10 am to noon for children and from 2 to 4 pm for adults or children accompanied by adults on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (other courses are planned from 16th to 20th July

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Saturday 14th July:
Bastille Day
9 pm, torchlit procession and brass band leaves place Raoul Coustet 10 pm, Digue des Prises: firework display
10.30 pm, place Raoul Coustet: concert by Les Mélomanes

Saturday 18th August:
”Fête des Moissons”
The Sian d’Aqui associations look forward to seeing you from 10 am onwards (all day). There will be a step back into the farming world of the 19th and 20th centuries, musical entertainment, games for children, and a concert in the evening. Food can be purchased on site or you can bring your own picnic (a barbecue will be provided).

Further information - Office de Tourisme de Mallemort: 04 90 57 41 62 - tourisme-mallemortdeprovence.com