According to the prefecture, around 800 people attended a rave party in Laille (Ille-et-Vilaine), where this was the third such gathering in the town south of Rennes. The Brittany region prefecture stated that the rally started on Friday.

According to local media, the prefecture stated that they had not found any noise pollution in Laille, where “around 800 people” were still present at the La Roche quarry. The prefecture stated that there was no emergency request and that the sound would be stopped on Sunday afternoon.

According to the local press, the organizers had originally planned to settle on Friday on land in Notre-Dame-des-Landes (Loire-Atlantique). The gendarmes prevented the organizers from settling on the land in Notre-Dame-des-Landes (Loire-Atlantique). However, they eventually settled on Ille-et-Vilaine, where a farmer had lent them the land. On Wednesday, the Loire-Atlantique prefecture declared it illegal to hold “festive gatherings musical nature” during Ascension weekend. It was also prohibited until June 7.

Residents reached by phone on Sunday confirm that this is the third rally in Laille in a month.