Every summer, the Paléo Festival in Nyon features all styles of music and top international artists. This 6-day festival in July is attended by some 230,000 at over 280 concerts.
In 45 years, the Paléo Festival in Nyon has become the biggest festival in Switzerland, without losing its warmth, or sense of fun. One of the biggest open air events in Europe, it covers an area of 84 hectares, with 7 stages, more than 200 stalls and over fifty bars. Open to other forms of artistic expression, Paléo Festival also invites audiences to enjoy circus acts, comedy and numerous performances involving street theatre.
Nyon (map) is a small town on the western shore of Lake Geneva.