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If you want dinner on the terrace even in winter it's possible, it should just be equipped with a down jacket and "moonboots", and you can eat an umbrella one hand and your fork in the other!

The meetings Trans Musicales often nicknamed Trans born in 1979 at the initiative of the Association Rennais "Terrapin" so named in reference to the song Terrapin Station Grateful Dead, consisting of Béatrice Macé, Jean-Louis Brossard, Hervé Bordier (which starts in 1996), Jean-René Courtès (until 1985) and other students Rennais music enthusiasts. The first edition was held in June in the City Hall, it was not until the second edition they take place in early December.

Since its origin, Jean-Louis Brossard, to the artistic side, and Béatrice Macé for everything concerning the production, co-directed personals Trans Musicales de Rennes.

Known for their music programming radically focused on the discovery, the Trans, are now recognized internationally by the press. The revelations of the festival becoming regular headliners of the day. At Rennes played for the first time in France Björk, Ben Harper, Nirvana, Lenny Kravitz, and that proved to the public Etienne Daho, Arno, Stephan Eicher, Les Negresses Vertes, Brurier Black, Denez Prigent, Daft Punk, Amadou & Mariam among other artists.

Since 2004, the Trans have been displaced in the Parc Expo de Rennes (near Airport) on the town of Saint-Jacques de la Lande and collaborate with the theater of the "Aire Libre" by continuing to schedule the hall "salle de la cité" in downtown. Since its inception, the festival was held downtown in the halls of "le liberté", "de la cité", "de l'Ubu" and equipment in several neighborhoods of Rennes.

The Trans are exported to China and Norway thus promoting French artists.

Theme of Rennes, la nuit.

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