Paléo is more than just concerts! You’ll find a host of animations at the four corners of the site, for all age groups and for all tastes! On offer:
La Ruche celebrates its tenth birthday!
La Ruche (the Hive), an area dedicated to street theatre and circus arts, is a treasure trove of delights, humming with creativity, hidden behind the quartier des Alpes. It’s also an organic space where the various strolling players prepare before setting off to entertain the crowds across the Asse site. Program and infos
Village du Monde: Central America!
The Village du Monde extends a warm invitation to all to come and discover a timeless space, between Aztec motifs and festive banners, and attempt the ascension of one of the three contemporary Mayan temples in a spicy and festive atmosphere. Program and infos
Smooth Vulcano: the HES-SO in fusion mode
Ever heard of Mount Etna? Discover the ethno-volcano of the HES-SO! Refresh yourselves in the magmatic waterfall of moss and climb up to the crater, which will provide you with a panoramic view of Paléo. Magical and magnificent! More infos
Mielimélo, La Plage and La Luciole, animations for kids and teens
Small children are also occupied with two dedicated areas. La Luciole is the place to be for children up to 8, while Mielimélo (celebrating its 10 years anniversary!) will take care of children between 6 and 12 years of age. And at La Plage, it‘s a teenagers’ world from 12 to 18 years. Fun, fun, fun! Program and infos
Monic La Mouche: a large-scale creation by the metal lace-makers
The Compagnie Monic la Mouche, past masters in the art of carving rusty metal, are preparing to display their artistic project at this year’s Festival, marked by a strong spirit of contrast: gigantic and yet intimate, both raw and subtle. More infos
Animations of la Pl'Asse
Halfway house between the Festival and the Campsite, the Pl'Asse is a festive area, open to all every day free of charge from 11 a.m. until 4 a.m. the following morning. Program and infos