Kids and teenagers

Children under the age of 12 are admitted free to the Festival, provided they are accompanied by an adult. Children from the age of 12: student prices apply. Children under compulsory school leaving age are not admitted to the Festival site after 22:00 in accordance with local laws and police regulations, unless accompanied by a parent or under the supervision of an adult. Moreover, access to the campsite will be refused to young people under the age of 16 who are not accompanied by a parent staying in the campsite.

Day nursery "La Luciole" (until 8 years old)

Parents can leave their children, as soon as they are clean, at a nursery maintained by competent staff. Situated in the shade, away from the crowd, this protected area offers games and entertainment to children up to 8 years old. This is a free of charge service!

The nursery is open every day until 23:00 (22:00 on Sunday).

Full line-up announced during June.

Children’s play area "Mielimélo" (6 to 12 years old)

Intended for children aged 6 to 12 years old - and those who have managed to keep their childish spirit -, this play area is situated in La Ruche, with which it shares the entrance. Imaginative, colourful and brought to life by a team of juniors aged 14 to 18 10 adults, the Mielimélo play area also participates in the training of 6 students, in partnership with the HETS.

Dedicated to exchanging, autonomy, discovery and creation, Mielimélo offers games, workshops and shows of all kinds. A place for rest and sound decompression, this space encourages encounters and open-mindedness.

Every day from doors open till 22h

Full line-up announced during June.

La Plage - Teenagers (12 to 18 years old)

Situated on the upper side of the Festival next to the HES-SO area, "La Plage" (The Beach) is a warm and welcoming area dedicated to teenagers from 12 to 18 years old. They will be welcomed from the opening of the doors until 2:00 in the morning in a pleasant environment with sand, palm trees, deckchairs and a decoration made by a team of young teenagers. Everything is done to create a privileged space, a place to breathe between concerts. This area also offers animations and games. And to quench your thirst without spending too much, a bar offers a number of very affordable non-alcoholic drinks at small prices.