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Bissen serves up Food For Your Senses
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Bissen serves up Food For Your Senses

26.07.2014 From our online archive
The Food For Your Senses festival kicked off on Friday evening with its eclectic mix of music, performing arts and the annual “sensibition”.
Käptn Pend und die Tentakel von Delphi, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Bonaparte, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Bonaparte, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Kadaver, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Kadaver, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Say Yes Dog, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Say Yes Dog, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Bonaparte, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Bonaparte, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Bilderbuch, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto
Bilderbuch, Food For Your Senses 2014, Bissen, Julie Gatto

(CS) The Food For Your Senses festival kicked off on Friday evening with its eclectic mix of music, performing arts and the annual “sensibition”.

Despite the threat of bad weather, festivalgoers flocked to Bissen for FFYS on Friday afternoon with the first acts taking to the three stages from 5.30pm.

A mix of local and international bands is on offer at the festival, and while it does not offer big name headliners, FFYS brings up-and-coming, alternative and independent talent to the Grand Duchy.

But it's not all about the music, as spoken word performances are also on the schedule, as well as an art exhibition, where you can bid on the works of Luxembourg and Greater Region artists not with money but by proposing a gift or service in return. The artist can then pick the offer they like most, from dinner invitations to dog-walking or car-washing.

It's not too late to join the fun, with day-tickets available on site for 35 euros. Over 50 bands are on the schedule for Saturday and Sunday. Shuttle buses run between the Mersch and Ettelbrück and the festival area just outside Bissen.

Parking is also available nearby for five euros. For more information visit ffys.eu