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Main Square Festival 2019

  • Arras, France
  • 5-7 July 2019
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One of France's finest festivals

Friday and Saturday day tickets have now sold out, however Sunday day tickets, camping tickets, hotel options and packages are still available in limited numbers.

Main Square Festival is a multi-genre music festival that takes place in Arras, France. For over a decade, the festival has welcomed diverse lineups of artists from across the globe to perform in the historic citadel in the heart of the town.

What started out as a fairly humble event back in 2004 has now developed into one of the country's biggest and most respected music festivals, with fans travelling from far and wide to see international megastars topping the bill; as well as the rising stars and exciting French talent on display across the early-summer weekend.

The incredible Citadelle d'Arras is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and provides a unique setting for the festival.


Citadelle d'Arras, Arras, 6200, France


BY PLANE: The closest airport to Arras is Lille.

FROM LILE AIRPORT: The navette, or shuttle service, from Lille Airport departs hourly and takes 20 minutes to reach Eurallile, in the city centre. Lille Flandres rail station is just around the corner, and trains depart from there once per hour in the direction of Arras. The journey takes just over half an hour. The whole trip should cost you around €20.

BY TRAIN: Arras is easily accessible by rail from across France and neighbouring Belgium, with many services running direct. If you are travelling from further afield, your journey may require a change, usually at Paris, Lille or Brussels. 

Shuttle buses will be operating between the town centre, the campsite and the festival site. 

No, but anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Main Square Festival 2019

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