8th july - 8th august 2021
The Festival Rive Jazzy is one of the most beautiful treasures in Nyon!
The concept is to animate the magnificent riverside district for 5 weeks with free Jazz concerts in all its aspects on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday evenings.
far° Fabrique des arts vivants
During the months of August you may explore theatre, dance and other forms of artistic expression at the far° Festival. Attentive to the most original contemporary aesthetics, the far° has maintained a Swiss and international programming since its inception.
24th - 26th february 2022
Les Hivernales Festival is 4 days of concerts to discover current music in the city of Nyon. It features 13 stages, 12 of which are free of charge with more than 30 Swiss and international artists.
Visions du Réel
Visions du Réel is one of the only Swiss film festivals that presents the majority of its films as international or world premieres, in the presence of the directors. The festival is also an ideal platform for new talents.Visions du Réel offers cinema fans the opportunity to see more than 170 films from all over the world, while offering an equally sophisticated and curious selection of space for newcomers and young filmmakers.
15th - 19th june 2022
Launched in 1990 by a group of friends, the festival takes place every year at the Port of Crans-près-Céligny, in an idyllic setting on the shores of Lake Geneva. Fully run by volunteers, the Caribana welcomes more than 30,000 spectators over 5 days at the beginning of June.
Experience the smallest of the big festivals!
In 45 years, the Paléo Festival in Nyon has become the biggest festival in Switzerland, without losing its warmth, or sense of fun. One of the biggest open air events in Europe, it covers an area of 84 hectares, with 7 stages, more than 200 stalls and over fifty bars.
Every year in spring, when the Paléo programme is revealed, medias and regular festival goers get excited. Tickets achieve record sales, with precious admissions selling out in just a few minutes.
Céline Dion, The Cure, Maxime Le Forestier but also upcoming talents, street artists and traditional music from the world have set the tone of the festivals, always culminating on Sunday evening with a much-awaited firework display.