Just over the English Channel in Normandy, lies a magical display of intimate revelry and nostalgic adventures, different in experience to anything you'll find in the UK!
Pete The Monkey Festival is set in the beautiful seaside village of Saint aubin-sur-mer, where every new summer brings a magical display of music, art and workshops.
Pete The Monkey is known for showcasing an eclectic lineup, and continuously striving to provide a stage for emerging artists and talent. The Festival is proud to have been part of the discovery of numerous artists such as Juliette Armanet, Etienne de Crécy, Polo et Pan, Loyle Carner, Alex Cameron and Songhoy Blues.
The team behind the festival is made up of a community of organisers and volunteers, who give everything to creating something special for all to delight in. Immersive dancing, intriguing decor, tribal chants and a wild parade are but a few of the highlights, created to encourage festival-goers to release their inner amazonian spirit!
Play, explore, create and leave the real world at the Festival entrance...
After all you can collect it up again the following week!
A Charity festival
Pete the Monkey Festival is not just a fantastic family friendly adventure, it is a charity festival at heart.
The festival was created following the success of a viral video. Its aim is to offer financial support to Jacj Cuisi Wild Animal Refuge and Rehabilitation Centre which looks after Amazonian monkeys victim of animal trafficking.
A festival with heart, soul and creativity... a must attend for this years festival-goer :)
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