A celebration of European youth, the Last Summer Dance festival is now in its second year.
Born of optimism that European youth can come together to create a society “in which everybody is treated fair and has the same opportunities, without infringing on someone’s personality and individuality”, the Last Summer Dance festival features music, art exhibitions, workshops and an open space in which anyone can perform.
The music line-up is eclectic, to say the least. It includes two German based Balkan-inspired bands in Äl Jawala (photo) and TRyKKA, Belgian bands Chicos y Mendez (reggae and latin), and ON prend l’air (gypsy punk), Canadian singer-songwriter Emma Anders, and local alternative rock band Impact Hour.
The art exhibition is based on the theme of “home” and features work by ten artists in different disciplines.
Workshops cover a wide range of subjects including Yoga, percussion and climate change.
The festival opens at noon and closes at 3 a.m.
Festival site, park in Mersch (walking distance from Mersch railway station)