Les Eurockéennes is one of France's biggest and best-loved music festivals, held in the northeastern city of Belfort.
The festival has become a mainstay of the European festival calendar across the last three decades, as lineups that span rock, pop, indie, rap and dance attract music fans from across the continent for a three day extravaganza.
Beautifully picturesque, the festival site is nestled among sprawling green forests and expansive lakes, filling its very own peninsula with the sounds of music superstars from all over the globe.
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Les Eurockeennes takes place on a beautiful green peninsula in Belfort, close to France's border with Switzerland.
BY PLANE: The nearest mainline airport to Belfort is the EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, which is 72km away. From there you can reach Belfort by train in approximately 1 hour 30 minutes, firstly by boarding an SNCF train to Mulhouse Ville, and then another onto Belfort.
BY TRAIN: There are various TGV and SNCF trains which run to Belfort from major cities such as Paris.
Once in Belfort, there will be a free shuttle service running between the town and the festival site.
There are no formal age restrictions; however, the organisers advise against bringing young children due to noise levels.