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The Mountain Festival is back!

It's getting closer!!!

The festival will take place on May 17, 18 and 19, 2024 at the Valbonheur campsite, at the edge of the lake, in this place dear to our hearts.

The program is online but be careful, the ticket office will only open from April 29!!!




Practical information about the site:


Online ticketing

Only one address to remember, that of the festival's online ticket office

www.billetterie.lesmontagnarts.org > from April 29, 6 p.m. to May 15, midnight.

All seats requiring a reservation are for sale on the ticketing website.

Reservations for shows have become essential and we strongly encourage you to book the shows you want to see.

Unpaid reserved seats on Friday May 17 at 6:00 p.m. will be put back on sale 30 minutes before the start of the show.

The shows are open to the general public unless otherwise stated on the show visual.

Please respect the ages indicated. Children under 12 must be accompanied to shows.


Tickets purchased online can be collected at the festival ticket office from Friday May 17 at 6:00 p.m.


Shows will be canceled in the event of bad weather. Information at the ticket office. Enjoy the festival by staying on the campsite.

Intercommunal Tourist Office: www.matheysine-tourisme.com

Please note, no ATMs on site, bring cash.

Reduced parking, carpool by going to the website www.laroueverte.com

 

Buv’Art and Patat’Art

If you feel a little thirsty or hungry between two shows, you will find local beers and other drinks at Buv’Art, and homemade fries at Patat’Art. Given their success, there is no doubt that the fries offered by the volunteer team are the tastiest!

As for drinks, the volunteers have also promised to reserve some surprises for you in a good mood. So don't forget to come and take a look at these two unmissable, adjoining places with your best smile which will reward all those who work to make the festival a success!

For less plastic, please come with your own cups!


Little hunger pangs

Like every year, we have a varied offering with flavors from here and elsewhere, organic and vegetarian, something to satisfy your most diverse tastes... You will definitely enjoy it and remember it!!!


The Montagn’Arts market

Take advantage of Sunday to meet local producers, associations and artisans gathered at the festival market, and to discover their multiple know-how.


Brief history of the Association:

For 23 years, the Association des Montagn’Arts has continued to reinvent itself. Initially called the Théâtre de la lune, its aim was to discover and share a quality cultural offering in our territory through workshops in schools and traveling shows in the heart of the villages.

In 2010, the decision was made to set up the festival on the banks of the Valbonnais lake for three fixed days on the Pentecost weekend. But the association continues to offer decentralized shows here and there in other municipalities in order to get closer to the residents.

The festival has grown. It has become an expected and coveted event in the region and even beyond. The events of 2020 pushed us to find even other proposals because the 20th anniversary of the festival could not be celebrated at the Valbonnais lake surrounded by the 10,000 expected festival-goers. The festival then became nomadic again: Valjouffrey, Ste Luce, La Mure, Notre Dame de Vaulx, Corps were able to see the marquees or performance stages flourish in their commune in 2021 and 2022. Partnerships were born between local associations with the common desire to always and again offer quality live shows.

In 2023, the return to the banks of the Plan d’eau de Valbonnais delighted the Montagn’Arts team and festival-goers.


For more information, visit the organization's website:

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