Malsaucy Peninsula

The headline of the festival

Nestled in the peninsula of Malsaucy, an authentic green setting in a protected natural area, surrounded by the Malsaucy lake and the Véronne pond, the Eurockéennes festival is being held every year, in a true jewel of nature.
Between hills and stretches of water, 7 kilometers away from the city of Belfort, the Malsaucy peninsula features a water sports center, a beach, an environmental center as well as a bird nesting protected area, recognized by the Bird Protection League. A unique location for an amazing festival.
> Find out the metro.co.uk article published in march 2016
France’s answer to Glastonbury, Eurockeennes features the best in rock, pop, indie…
LA GRANDE SCÈNE

LA GRANDE SCÈNE

As the standout place of the festival during 3 or 4 days, the Main Stage has witnessed performances from the biggest national and international headliners since the festival began in 1989. It can hold up to 25,000 festival goers and this is the place where everyone meets in order to live a life-sized musical moment, bringing people together.
LA GREENROOM

LA GREENROOM

Since 2011, the Green Room, second biggest stage of the festival, has given new impetus to the Peninsula. The open-air area, is another very important place at Eurockéennes. It can welcome up to 20,000 visitors. Not to be missed this year is the panoramic terrace bar, produced by Green Room.
LA PLAGE

LA PLAGE

The only one of its kind in France, this stage on the lake is the place to be. With their toes in the sand, spectators will be able to discover or rediscover artists in the most intimate setting. 10,000 people are to be bewitched by the most surprising acts of the year, with the sunset on the lake as backdrop.
LA LOGGIA

LA LOGGIA

Smallest stage of the festival but not least! With a capacity for 4,000 people, La Loggia showcases local and new talents. Disclosure, Chvrches or Santigold took possession of the stage before exploding on the world’s biggest stages.
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