Concert de soutien à la Mine d'Umbau

Alice Monvaillier



Heritage, Multidisciplinary

Project Partner

Communauté de communes Pays Haut Val d'Alzette (CCPHVA)


The Audun-le-Tiche mine closed in 1997. Since then, it has remained closed and no one was allowed to go and discover its kilometres of buried galleries. However, the desire to pass on the information has led to the creation of an association to rehabilitate certain areas and thus allow the public to discover a rich heritage. 

'Mine d'Umbau' is a project to enhance the value of the Audun-le-Tiche mine, which will be based on activities unrelated to the site in order to allow all types of audiences to discover this place steeped in history. 

It will therefore be possible to find concerts, but also escape games or even catering in the dark throughout 2022.

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Past Events

23.10.2022 • 18:00 - 21:00

Concert Niklas Paschburg & Cascadeur piano solo

Initialement prévu au fond de la mine Umbau à Audun-le-Tiche, le concert des artistes Niklas Paschburg et Cascadeur est déplacé à la chapelle désacralisée d'Ottange-Nondkeil, pour des raisons de sécurité. La soirée aura lieu en soutien à l'Association des Mines Terres Rouges (AMTR) qui mène un travail colossal pour permettre l'ouverture prochaine de la mine au public.

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  • Street Theater / Circus
  • Performance / Show
Chapelle désacralisée de Nondkeil, 50 rue des Ecoles, 57840, Ottange, Ottange
All audiences

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The territorial project of the Municipal Communities Pays Haut Val d'Alzette has defined culture as a driving force for the territory. Thus, through its cultural service, careful monitoring is applied to the local associative fabric and many projects are born through this service. The cultural department was recently able to assist in the creation of the Association des Mines Terres Rouges (the Land of the Red Rocks Mines Association), which aims to preserve the mining, steel and military memory of Audun-le-Tiche and the surrounding area, but also to popularise it and make it accessible to all. The association currently has about sixty members.