Kids and teenagers

Exemption from payment

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)

This year, Mielimélo will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary!

Intended for children aged 6 to 12 years old, 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, it will be offering games, workshops and all sorts of shows. Children will be welcome from the moment the festival site opens its doors and until 22:00.

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.