On Saturday, September 16, from 9 p.m., the public will discover Souston students, who will be wearing their new uniforms…
On Saturday, September 16, from 9pm, the public will discover the Souston students who will be wearing their new uniforms. Being 70 years old, the Soustons Lous Cadetouns folkloric and symbolic group and its 60 members – musicians and dancers – along with two other Landes groups, have applied for the provincial participatory budget.
Always wanting to respect the traditions of costume, which suited the indigenous people so well at the time when waders roamed the countryside and its wetlands, their aim was to create traditional costumes inspired by the works of Félix Arnaudin and the archives of the Márquez Ecological Museum where these 19th century costumes are on display.
So the project was able to come to fruition with the help of creative tailors and many small hands. Suits stitched from high-quality fabrics make them look exquisite.
On the exhibition hall floor, they will once again defy the laws of balance, sitting on their pedestals. Rondo, Quadrille, Scottish… Accompanied by music, it will bring the atmosphere of traditional festivals. The show will last for two hours. Book tickets on site. Free while places are available.
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