Festival de Nîmes in Ancient Roman Amphitheater
Festival de Nîmes has been running every summer since 1977 in a beautiful Roman Amphitheater built in 100 A.D. in the South of France. The venue can fit 10,000 people and the juxtaposition of modern artists playing at such a historical venue gives the event a magical tinge.
Festival de Nîmes is a series of concerts that takes place for a month during various weekends between June and July. The festival has seen headliners such as Elton John, David Bowie, Nicki Minaj, Daft Punk, and Radiohead.
Taylor Swift, who hasn't participated in a music festival since 2009, is headlining for the 2020 edition, as well as France based artist Christophe Mae.
+ more artists to be announced
Arena de Nîmes is a Roman amphitheater that was built in 100 A.D. shortly after the Coliseum in Rome and can fit 10,000 people.
Arena of Nîmes, Nîmes, France
Nîmes is only a few hours from Paris and various cities in Spain and Italy - the city is accessible via train, bus, and car from these more central locations.
There is no age restriction, however, it's advised not to bring children under the age of 10. Anyone who leaves the venue cannot re-enter.
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