Musilac affiche un déficit de 1,2 millions d'euros suite à cette édition 2022 d'après son cofondateur Rémi Perrier.

The organizer and co-founder of the Musilac festival in Aix-les-Bains, in Savoy, raises the alarm. The 20th edition ended on Sunday 10 July and could be the last according to Rémi Perrier. After two empty years due to Covid, Savoy’s flagship music festival is back this summer with one more day, more than 70 bands and artists on the shores of Lake Bourget. But now the spectators were not numerous enough to absorb the expenses of the festival, which could very well disappear.

80,000 paid admissions in 2022

During this 2022 edition, almost 80,000 tickets were sold “.This is far from the objectives that allowed us to cover the logistical and artistic expenses of this festival in five days, we needed 100,000 tickets sold “ explains Rémi Perrier. “We are not the only ones, it has been a catastrophic summer for festivals, with few exceptions, these two years without a festival with covid have necessarily had consequences“Says the co-founder of Musilac.

We are very little supported by the public authorities, apart from the town hall of Aix-les-Bains, we are not helped, it is really insufficient“Adds Rémi Perrier.

1.2 million deficit

We have never had such a deficit, we are talking about a deficit of 1.2 million euros, it is colossal“adds the co-founder of Musilac.”We are private, we have no money from a large financial group, it is very complicated“.”It’s a fun anniversary, I can’t announce the dates of the 2023 edition, we need to see how we can try to get out of it, if we can. “

I’m not saying this to blackmail or pressure but we don’t really know if Musilac will be there next year“Concludes Rémi Perrier.

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