Open-air partying on the coast
Positiv Festival takes open-air techno raving to the next level. Plush on France’s southern, Mediterranean coast, the festival’s incredible venue is open to the elements and always full of unforgettable atmosphere.
An international lineup brings a section of Marseille’s industrial heritage to life, with the rave going for two full nights. And with a few less well-known and local artists thrown into the mix, Positiv Festival has developed one of the very best electronic parties in France.
Saturday Main Stage – TheSoundYouNeed
- Matt Sassari
- Spencer K
- Stephen Macias
Built by the Greek colonists from Phocaea who founded Marseille in 600 BC, Dock des Suds is has been transformed from port warehouse to hotspot of the city's nightlife. The venue can hold up to 10,000 people when the weather is good, while its oceanside location adds a distinctive and beautiful backdrop.
Dock Des Suds, 12 Rue Urbain V, Marseille, 13002, France
The closest airport is Aéroport de Marseille Provence (MRS), and the city's central train station is called Gare Marseille Saint Charles. Trains between the two depart every 10 minutes and take about half an hour, costing €8.
From the city centre, the T2 tram and the metro line 2 go directly to the festival venue, as do bus lines 35, 70, 82 and 89.
Positiv gets started at 19:00 on Friday 21 and finishes at around 05:00 on the morning of Sunday 23 August.
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