Montreux Jazz Festival

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Date(s) - June 30, 2023 - July 15, 2023
12:00 a.m.


Price (CHF): Free < 365.- !


The Montreux Jazz Festival takes place for two weeks every summer in Switzerland, on the shores of Lake Geneva. Founded in 1967 by Claude Nobs and directed since 2013 by Mathieu Jaton, the Montreux Jazz Festival has become over the years an unmissable event, generating stories and legendary performances.

Nearly 250,000 spectators come to the Festival each year, enjoying a breathtaking setting, concerts with renowned acoustics and many free stages.

Through its ambitious programming choices, its musical diversity and its quality of welcome, the Montreux Jazz Festival offers a privileged setting for artists and the public.

Free program: more than 400 activities on 11 stages!

Concerts, DJ sets, screenings, jam sessions, pool parties and more: the free MJF program is more than 400 activities on 11 stages! From June 30 to July 15, find the mythical atmosphere of the quays of Montreux, with its terraces, stands and bars by the lake. Dense and varied, the program is aimed at all audiences with a large place devoted to emerging artists.

Aime Simone, Zed Yun Pavarotti, Laufey, Laura Misch, Yuksek, Charlotte Cardin, Mansur Brown, Mentissa, Miel de Montagne, MonoNeon, Moodymann, Colorless Night, Saint Levant, Takuya Kuroda, Yaron Herman, Elina Duni, Favé, Bellaire, Veronica Fusaro, Rounhaa, Naomi Lareine, Skee Mask, David Vunk, Major League Djz, Yussef Dayes, Paula Tape…

“Montreux Jazz is for people who really love music. It starts with that, everything else is secondary. Which is rare nowadays. »
Jack White


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