From July 25th to 28th 1991

Affiche 1991
  • 3 stages
  • 70 concerts and shows
  • 138,000 spectators
  • 4.50 hectares
  • 1,383 volunteers
  • Poster designed by Pascal Bolle

Paléo sees another old dream come true with the arrival on stage of Paul Simon for the Tuesday pre-concert. The Neville Brothers jam with Eddie Mitchell and the Geneva conductor Thierry Fischer gives Paléo its first taste of classical music. Nearly 140,000 people are present during the week and at the big free party organised on 1st August to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the Swiss Confederation.


Agence Tartare, Arthur H., Big Band de Lausanne, Blues Brothers Band, Bouldegom' Théâtre, Bretelle 007, Carole Laure, Central Services, Checkerboard Blues Band, Chic Streetman, Cie 12 Balles dans la Peau, Chocotoff, Classic Buskers, Collegium Academicum, Cuche & Barbezat, David Broza, D'JO, Eddy Mitchell, Elliott Murphy, François Silvant, Gardi Hutter, Geoffrey Oryema, Gianna Nannini, Hinterland, House of Love, Jammin', Joe Cocker, Juliette Gréco, Kniri Band, La Boîte à Pandore, L'Affaire Louis Trio, Le Bel Hubert, Le Faster, Léon Francioli, Les Frères Topolino, Les Sheriff, Liane Foly, Mano Negra, Margareth Menezes, Massimo Rocchi, Michel Bühler, Pamberi Steel Band, Paradogs, Pascal Auberson, Patrick Chambaz, Paul Simon, Pierre Miserez, Polymetal, Rebirth Brass Band, Romain Didier, Ruben Blades, Rythm Connection, Sakaryn, Sarclo, Stalker Stilt Theatre, Stars of Faith, Suzanne Vega, Teatro Ingenuo, The Arhoolies, The Flying Pickets, The Needles, The Neville Brothers, The Nits, Thomas Morose Fan's, Tout Sambal, Urgent Feel, Valérie Lou, Véronique Bujard, William Fierro, Zouk Machine