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3 Hit Combo, in partnership with Les Tombées de la Nuit, presents
Stunfest
Go play your video game

The 17th edition of the video games festival, Stunfest, will be taking over the Saint-Anne district of Rennes for the first time. The perfect opportunity for a fun stroll for all the family.

Start out at the Théâtre du Vieux Saint-Étienne, which is open to the public, and check out its indie zone. The festival is inviting independent video game developers from across France to come and present exciting future projects to the public. The selection includes multi-player games to try out, as well as some poetic and surprising games that will open up a new perspective on video games. The public will also be invited to vote for its favourite game and to listen to talks and podcasts hosted on the theatre stage.

Next head up the street to Place Saint-Anne and stop off at the Couvent des Jacobins convention centre, and its Esports arena, where some of the best players in Europe will be slogging it out in fighting games like Street Fighter 3: Third Strike, or Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Watch the matches live from a stage, with commentary providing an atmosphere to rival the biggest sporting events!

Further along, the Salle de la Cité will be offering performances including music and dance, with some surprising artistic pieces on the theme of video games, while the Jeu de Paume hall next door will be open, inviting you to head back in time with a selection of exotic retro games and digital installations for the whole family.

Sunday 22 May 2022
10:00 > 17:00
Théâtre du Vieux Saint-Etienne, Rennes
Free
Sunday 22 May 2022
10:00 > 19:00
Couvent des Jacobins
10€ full price • 5€ Sortir ! price
Sunday 22 May 2022
16:00 > 22:00
Salle de la Cité, 10 Rue Saint-Louis, Rennes
12€ full price • 5€ Sortir ! price
Sunday 22 May 2022
10:00 > 18:00
Salle du Jeu de Paume, Rennes
Free

For all ages
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