Marsatac is Marseille’s biggest electronic and urban music festival. Celebrating its 19th edition this summer, the festival heads to a brand new location in the city’s Parc Chanot.
With two nights of music and partying, Marsatac remains dedicated to new talents, while still welcoming genre veterans alongside the local and emerging artists. Die Antwoord, Nicolas Jaar, De La Soul and Dubfire are among the first of those globally renowned acts announced for this year’s edition.
The festival aims to take fans on an immersive journey through the variety of genres, styles and atmospheres, with spectacular effects and production set to make the 19th edition one to remember.
Opened in 1916, Parc Chanot is a large exhibition centre in the 8th arrondissement of Marseille.
BY TRAIN: Marseille is well connected by rail to much of France and to neighbouring countries. From the city's biggest station, Gare de Marseille St Charles, you can reach the venue in less than 20 minutes by metro. The closest stop to Parc Chanot is Rond Pont du Prado.
BY PLANE: From Marseille Airport take a bus to St Charles station, from there you can reach the venue by metro.
Minimum age of entry is 18.