30,000 spectators attended this new edition of the Urban Opera in La Louvière.
It was to the sound of 90 drums playing carnival folklore tunes that Sancho appeared. To accompany him, more than 700 of the townsfolk took part in the show by dancing, parading, manipulating giants or playing in the great lunar orchestra.
Poetry came from the sky with aerial dancers, rhythm brought by suspended drummers and a splendid fire organ set ablaze the church on top of which Sancho went to take down the moon once again.
An evening charged with emotions and dreams, engraving unforgettable images in the eyes of small and big alike.
It was Together, as Pierre Rapsat sang so well, that the City of Wolves was thrilled at the time of this 4th Take Down The Moon directed by Luc Petit.