Tickets will be available from Wed 13 May, at 12!

Waiting line at 11:45 on

  • Official tariffs

    From 13 to 20 May, preferential price:

    1 day ticket
    CHF 73.- (adult) / 63.- (reduced+ booking charges: from CHF 4.- depending on the provider

    6-day pass
    CHF 365.- (adult) / 315.- (reduced+ booking charges: from CHF 10.- depending on the provider

    From 21 May (if available) :

    1 day ticket
    CHF 81.- (adult) / 71.- (reduced+ booking charges: from CHF 4.- depending on the provider

    Please note that tickets for Monday 20 July and 7-day passes are no longer available.

  • Official points of sales

    • Waiting line at 11:45 on Wednesday 13 May (the ticket shop opens at midday)
    • Restricted to 10 tickets per person
    • Print-at-home or mobile tickets
    • Only with credit cards, PostFinance or Twint

    Paléo Shop

    • Restricted to 10 tickets per person
    • Opening time
    • Cash, debit/credit card or Twint


    • Restricted to 6 tickets per person
    • Usual sales outlets.
    • By phone: 0900 800 800 (CHF 1.19/min)
  • Flex ticket

    Are you a flex ticket holder? You will be able to use your online booking code between 9am on 6 May (the day after the announcement of the line-up) and 5pm on Tuesday 12 May. You will receive a link to the platform by email.
    A flex ticket? What is it?

    The flex ticket guarantees an entry for any evening of the Festival (except for Monday 20 July). Flex tickets were on sale during the special Christmas ticketing period, but are no longer available.

  • Did you need a ticket for Monday 20 July?

    Tickets sales for Monday 20 July and 7-day passes have had great success. Your loyalty and your confidence are an enormous boost for us! However, we are sensitive to the frustration that such a fast flow of tickets can generate for many festivalgoers.  Here are a few tips to still get tickets:

    • Use our ticket market (starting end of May). If a festival-goer puts his or her ticket back on sale via this channel, you will get it at a fair and safe price!
    • 1500 tickets have been set aside for each evening during the Festival. They will be on sale from 9 a.m. every day of the Festival on (no tickets will be on sale at the Festival ticket offices).

    However, please note that 7-day passes  will not be put back on sale.

    Don't get trapped by fraudulent resale sites!
    The presence of the "Ticket Check" logo guarantees the authenticity of the sales site.

Access your ticketing account

This official platform enables you to buy, download and print your tickets.

Your Secutix customer account


Good to know

  • Children and reduced tariffs


    Children up to the age of 12 are admitted free of charge. Children from the age of 12 pay the student tariff.

    Reduced tariff

    The teenagers (12 to 18), the students, the apprentices, the senior citizens, the disabled and the unemployed entitled to reduced tariff. They must be able to prove their identity/status on entry to the Festival.

    Tickets can neither be refunded nor exchanged, even in the event of a specific concert being cancelled or other changes in the published line-up. If an entire evening is cancelled, tickets refunds are possible within thirty days of the date concerned.

  • Paléo Shop opening time

    Open all the year, the Paléo Shop proposes a wide panel of Festival merchandising: clothes, bags & goodies. It is situated on the same place as the Festival at Route de Saint-Cergue 310 in Nyon.

    Credit cards are accepted.

    Opening time:

    • Exceptional closure until 30 April (COVID-19)

    Online Shop


    Paléo Shop
    Route de Saint-Cergue 310
    CH - 1260 NYON 1

    T +41 (0) 22 365 11 00
    Write an email

  • Ticket check - Don't be fooled!

    Don't be fooled by secondary platforms

    The Fédération romande des consommateurs (FRC, the consumer federation for French-speaking Switzerland) receives complaints daily from people who feel they were cheated when they bought tickets online. Paléo Festival Nyon is a partner of the FRC (Romande Consumer Rights Federation) for its work against ticket touting. Make sure you are on the site of the authorised ticketing office!

    More tips from the FRC