Jazz Vienne Festival@ 21 rue des Célestes 38200 Vienne
Jun 28 – Jul 13 all-day

The Jazz Vienne Festival has been celebrating the world of jazz for the first fortnight in July since Jean-Paul Boutellier founded it in 1981. The festival has become an institution attracting novices and enthusiasts alike to get together and experience the magic of this musical genre. With its variety of concerts, different stages, exhibitions and art fusion encounters, the festival is eclectic and opulent. The festival is vast yet intimate in its honest celebration of jazz.

Over 200,000 festivalgoers 1000 artists 250 concerts including 200 events
Every year over 200,000 festivalgoers flock to see 1000 artists appear on 4 stages.
The Roman Theatre, built in 1AD, is Jazz Vienne’s signature stage. Its unique acoustics imbued with history create an amazing setting for audiences and the world-renowned artists performing here. The festival is a real blend of the past and present injected with honest music that is diverse and for everyone.
Jazz Vienne means jazz from noon right through the night. 200 of the 250 concerts are free and hosted at the Cybèle stages or after the concerts at JazzMix or Club de Minuit. The schedule provides free entry to countless events: the young audience concert for 6000 local children, Académie Jazz Vienne performances, Caravan’Jazz, RéZZo FOCAL competition, musical lectures, film screenings, concerts at the Musée de Saint-Romain-en-Gal and live music on Vienne’s café and restaurant terraces. Jazz Vienne means jazz anytime, anywhere for anyone.
Jazz Vienne is also all year round. The season’s schedule takes the festival throughout the region from September to June. As a cultural figure, the festival works alongside countless projects in collaboration with cultural bodies in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.
Overseas Jazz Vienne is building ever-stronger bonds with prestigious international partners including Festi Jazz de Rimouski (Québec), Tokyo Jazz Festival (Japan), Sampa Jazz (Brazil) and X Jazz Festival (Germany).


THURSDAY 28 JUNE FUNK : Al McKay’s Earth Wind & Fire Experience

FRIDAY 29 JUNE Melody Gardot, Jazz Loves Disney

SATURDAY 30 JUNE Selah Sue, Imany

MONDAY 2 JULY Jeff Beck, Joanne Shaw Taylor

TUESDAY 3 JULY Marcus Miller, Rhoda Scott


THURSDAY 5 JULY Avishai Cohen, Ron Carter

FRIDAY 6 JULY AFRIQUE : Youssou N’Dour, Rokia Traoré, Mulatu Astatke

SATURDAY 7 JULY HIP-HOP : Guts + invités, Black Star

SUNDAY 8 JULY BRESIL : Gilberto Gil, Hermeto Pascoal

MONDAY 9 JULY Angélique Kidjo & Ibrahim Maalouf

TUESDAY 10 JULY BLUES : Sugaray Rayford, Lucky Peterson

WEDNESDAY 11 JULY Magma, Thomas de Pourquery

THURSDAY 12 JULY Gregory Porter & l’Orchestre National de Lyon

FRIDAY 13 JULY ALL NIGHT JAZZ : Morcheeba, Electro Deluxe, Moon Hooch…


Obonjan@ Obonjan
Jun 29 – Sep 3 all-day

Obonjan is a island for music lovers which opens the whole summer season in Croatia.

Obonjan is a small island located just 6km off the mainland near Sibenik. Open for the summer season from 25th June to 2nd September 2018, the island will provide a full timetable everyday. Live music, DJs, talks and workshops, group yoga and meditation, and wellness and fitness elements will all be available for you to enjoy on this idyllic isle.

Paris Jazz Festival@ Paris, France
Jun 30 – Jul 22 all-day

The Paris Jazz Festival is a music festival that takes place outdoors between mid-June and late July on the verdant lawns of the Floral Park in Paris. With over 120,000 spectators last year, this jazz festival has clearly established itself as one of the great events in the genre in Paris and across the Ile-de-France region. With a daring and eclectic line-up each year, the festival is a symbol of the vitality of the French and Parisian jazz scene. However the festival also invites major international jazz players and singers to perform on stage at the Espace Delta where music and nature come together as one. The shows take place at various places in the park with over 30 concerts in total, spread across 8 weekends. The line-up focuses on jazz, world music and Afro-American music (soul, blues). Didier Lockwood, Rhoda Scott, Erik Truffaz, Cesária Évora, Marcus Miller, Rokia Traoré and Manu Dibango have all performed at the Paris Jazz Festival in previous years.

As well as concerts, there are many activities during the day such as workshops to make instruments from salvaged objects, introductions to percussion and conferences on the language of plants and music. A sound discovery area is provided for children in the Botanical Garden.

All the activities and concerts are free; there is only a charge for admission to the park. The event draws around 110,000 visitors.


Dubrovnik Summer Festival
Jul 10 – Aug 25 all-day

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Dubrovnik Summer Festival is undoubtedly the largest and most representative cultural manifestation, not only in Dubrovnik, but in all of Croatia. It is held since 1950 and lasts every year from 10 July to 25 August. Dora Ruždjak Podolski, Director of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, with her assistants Saša Božić (theatre), Tomislav Fačini (music) and Karolina Rugle (innovative cultural practices), has already created the preliminary programme of the 69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, which will be held in more than 15 site specific venues in Dubrovnik from 10 July to 25 August 2018.

Dour Festival@ Belgium
Jul 11 – Jul 15 all-day

The 30th edition of Dour Festival will take place from July 11th until the 15th, 2018.
Founded in 1989 by Carlo Di Antonio, Dour Festival is the biggest music and touristic event in the French-speaking part of Belgium. For the last 29 years, the festival found the perfect formula to become one of the most important events in Europe: a unique, and eclectic line up, filled with impressive headliners and – more importantly – a lot of exciting discoveries, a terrain in the heart of the Borinage Terrils and an unsurpassed organisation.

In 2017 the festival welcomed 242 000 festival goers from all over Europe, for 5 days full of love and music. The next edition will take place from July 11 until 15. It promises to be mind boggling once more: an improved festival area, a gigantic yet cosy camping and improved service for all music lovers.
Line-up / Paul Kalkbrenner (live), alt-J, L’Entourage (Nekfeu, Alpha Wann, Deen Burbigo, Jazzy Bazz, Eff Gee, 2zer, Doums, Mekra, Framal, Fonky Flav), MHD, Ken Boothe, Denzel Curry, Mick Jenkins, R+R=NOW (Robert Glasper, Taylor McFerrin, Derrick Hodge, Justin Tyson, Christian Scott, Terrace Martin), Princess Nokia, Nathy Peluso, Swing, Lefto, Benji B, Nils Frahm, Mount Kimbie, Agar Agar, Baxter Dury, FùGù Mango, Ben UFO, Daphni (dj set), Floating Points solo live, Ho99o9, Chelsea Wolfe, Zeal & Ardor, Pallbearer, Thot, Onmens, Paula Temple b2b Rebekah, Lena Willikens, Umwelt, Matrixxman, Boys Noize (dj set), Dave Clarke, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Mind Against, Adriatique, Marvin & Guy, Goldfox, Dubkasm (live) feat. Solo Banton, Maasai Warrior, Weeding Dub, Lion’s Den, Moscoman, Folamour, Ross From Friends, Bagarre, L’Impératrice, Porches, Tsar B, Altin Gün, Malik Djoudi & Hong Kong Dong
5 days of love and alternative music.
Check the Dour Festival website for more info:

Bilbao BBK Live@ Bilbao, Spain
Jul 12 – Jul 14 all-day

Bilbao BBK Live is a rock festival that takes place annually in Bilbao, Spain. Bilbao is located on the north coast of Spain. The festival is for all ages. Ages eight and under get free admission.The festival was nominated for “Best Foreign Festival” at the UK Festival Awards in 2010 and 2011,and for “Best Medium-Sized European Festival” at the European Festivals Awards three consecutive times in 2009-2011.Previous headline highlights include Pearl Jam, Depeche Mode, Jane’s Addiction, Coldplay, RHCP and Suede.There are two camping areas available for the Bilbao BBK Live Festival audience. Both camping areas are located just a few meters away from the entrance of the Festival venue.


12 July 2018
alt-J, Bomba Estéreo, Parquet Courts, Temples, Melenas, Quentin Gas & Los Zíngaros, Florence and the Machine, Childish Gambino, Cigarettes After Sex, Mount Kimbie, Gaz Coombes, Let’s Eat Grandma, Maria Arnal i Marcel Bagés, Bad Gyal, Morgan, Iseo & Dodosound, Ed Is Dead [live], Rural Zombies, Lukiek, Edu AnMu, Modeselektor, Skatebård, Optimo (Espacio), Prosumer & Cora Novoa
13 July 2018
The xx, The Chemical Brothers, David Byrne, Mexrrissey, Carolina Durante, Cecilia Payne, Friendly Fires, Porches, SOPHIE, Fat White Family, Meute, Anteros, Neuman, Gengahr, Nunatak, Dark DJ, Hal9000, Pet Fennec, Ben UFO, Hunee, Avalon Emerson, Dekmantel Soundsystem & DJ Fra
14 July 2018
Gorillaz, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Benjamin Clementine, Fischerspooner, James, Jungle, Ana Curra, Cooper, Triángulo de Amor Bizarro, Young Fathers, Aneguria, Borrokan, Yonaka, Hot Chip Megamix, Nilüfer Yanya, Bejo, Joe La Reina, Las Odio, Daniless, DJ Mato, The Zephyr Bones, DJ Goo, John Talabot, Young Marco, Anthony Naples, Daniel Baughman & Samo DJ

Hospitality On The Beach@ The Garden Tisno, Croatia
Jul 12 – Jul 16 all-day



2018 sees Drum & Bass powerhouse, Hospitality , debut their acclaimed festival brand overseas at the picturesque location of The Garden Resort, Tisno in Croatia with the launch of Hospitality On The Beach next 12-16th July. After an accomplished year with the second edition of Hospitality In The Park and scooping ‘Best Club Night’ award at the 2017 Drum&BassArena Awards, the team look ahead to 2018 for the ultimate Drum & Bass holiday where they will welcome a variety of artists to the sun soaked Adriatic beaches for a five-day celebration of the genre.

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Cornbury Music Festival
Jul 13 – Jul 15 all-day

The Cornbury Music Festival is one-of-a-kind: a lovingly crafted, top notch, very English open air party, tailor-made for the whole family.

There will be 5 stages at Cornbury this year: the Pleasant Valley Stage, the Songbird Stage, the Riverside Festival Stage, and the Comedy Stage in the main arena, and the Campsite Stage in the main Campsite.

At The Cornbury Music Festival there is something for everyone – an eclectic mix of music across 4 stages, the Berk’s Nest Comedy Emporium, a magical children’s area with a complete programme of workshops, gourmet festival caterers with a huge choice of culinary delights, great coffee and an emerging talent stage from our friends at Caffe Nero, an extensive range of arts and crafts stalls, roaming entertainers who never fail to stop you in your tracks, a fun-filled fairground, a relaxing therapy and massage zone, the fabulous Disco Shed for those who want to dance their socks off, an exclusive VIP area and beautiful campsites nestled in the estate’s rolling hills.

Tag Am Meer@ Prora Beach / Isle Of Rugen
Jul 14 all-day

Line UP:

DJ T. (Get Physical)
AVA Asante – live – (3000 Grad)
Commander Love- (Feines Tier)
Herr Fuchs & Frau Elster (Fabelhaft)
Tagträumer² (Tag Am Meer)
HOVER (Sheepless)
IRIE JAI (Mahkina)
Steve Cole (Schallbox Records)
Dan Cero (Insel Der Jugend)
K3U1E (Lohro)
Jago K. (Tag Am Meer)
Bürma (Sound Of Village)
Kanzler (Fette Ente im Krokoteich)

more Infos & Tickets:

In today’s electronic music world there are not many artists who can lay claim to a legacy like that of DJ T. From spending his youth collection Disco, Funk, Soul, early HipHop and Electro, the this day, still collecting, still full of energy and inspiration. DJ T. has notched up a seriously impressive list of achievements during his illustrious career, which spans over 3 decades.

Next year, T. will celebrate his 30 years in the business. In the last few years, he has produced 3 albums, curated numerous compilations, produced a long list of EPs and remixes and toured the globe several times over. He has also been a key member of the collective who launched Get Physical Records, the brains behind Groove Magazine _ Europe’s premier electronic music publication – and single – handedly launched Frankfurt’s only House club int the first half of the naughties, the Monza Club.

Despite so many accolades, his passion for music remains staunch, recently making several key changes to his professional life that have inspired him to explore new terrains. With hot new releases on AUS Music, Moon Harbour, True Soul and Jackathon representing his continued desire to push his creative boundaries.

A highly-skilled DJ and producer and an A&R with a uncanny ability to discover and nurture new talent, DJ T. is a master selector and one of the industry’s most influential figures.

WELCOME … Tag Am Meer 2018
Source: Tag Am Meer

Nice Jazz Festival
Jul 17 – Jul 21 all-day

The Nice Jazz Festival was the first jazz festival in the world. It was first held in 1948. This event has hosted the biggest names in jazz, including Louis Armstrong, Django Reinhardt, Yves Montand and Ella Fitzgerald. It’s wasn’t until 1971 at the second ever festival that the concerts were held at the Théâtre de Verdure. Over the years, the line-up has become much more diverse, opening out to more musical genres. The presence of Carlos Santana and Ben Harper can attest to this change. In addition, Nice Jazz Festival is a socially responsible music event. It supports charities, and endeavours to have an environmentally friendly approach.

1948, the first jazz festival in the world. Well, yes, it was in Nice and not in America that the first jazz festival in the world was born. This year we celebrate the 67th anniversary of that event of February 1948, at the end of the Carnival. It took place in a place dedicated to classical music – the Opera! Another establishment, the Municipal Casino, since disappeared from the place Masséna, lent its Belle Époque decor to this high-profile première, and several concerts were broadcast live on radio by Radiodiffusion française. The greats were there, starting with Louis Amstrong, the undisputed star of the first edition, along with other big names, Claude Lutter, Stéphane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt. On the final evening, at the Negresco, the party ended at dawn with a red-hot jam session after songs by Suzy Delair and Yves Montand. This festival was a historic moment -jazz had reached a wide audience in France. Through his immense talent and his magnetic presence, Louis Armstrong revealed to many new listeners the beauty of this music. In 1948, the capital of the Côte d’Azur celebrated its wedding to jazz, before a long separation of 23 years then an emotional reunion.
1971 – 1972 The reunion at the Théâtre de Verdure. The experience was not repeated in Nice until 1971, this time at the Théâtre de Verdure and the Albert 1er Garden. The artists flocked to the capital of the Côte d’Azur for the great comeback: Ella Fitzgerald, Pharoah Sanders, T-Bone Walker, Stéphane Grappelli, Herbie Hancock quintet, Oscar Peterson trio, Roy Elridge, John Lewis, Al Grey, Percy Heath, Connie Key, Dizzy Gillespie, Daniel Humair, Sonny Stitt, Canonball Adderley, Charlie Mingus, Max Roach Trio…
1974 – 1993 The “Grande Parade du Jazz” at the Cimiez Arenas. But we had to wait until 1974 and La Grande Parade du Jazz to witness the full renaissance of jazz in a sylvan setting, that of the gardens of the Arenas of Cimiez. The festival drew a breath of fresh air and enjoyed into something of a boom, boosted by the support of the City of Nice and the producer George Wein. Every summer, dozens of bands and more than 200 musicians took to the different stages amidst the olive groves and the Roman ruins. A huge popular outdoor festival! The biggest names in jazz including several now gone, performed there: Stéphane Grappelli, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, Mi Davis, Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Carlos Santana…

1994 – 2010 Grand Parade becomes the Nice Jazz Festival. Whilst preserving the festive nature of the Grand Parade, the Nice Jazz Festival showed its determination to shake up the traditions by opening up to diverse musical styles. A choice acclaimed by the public.
2011 – 2012 Live from the Jardin Albert 1er. The then Mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi, made the twin decision to take over the running of the festival and bring it to the city centre. Forty years on, the festival returned to the Jardin Albert 1er and the Théâtre de Verdure, while Jazz Off took performances to neighbourhoods all over the city.
2013 The revival year. In 2013, a record audience of nearly 38 000 people attended the Nice Jazz Festival. They were there to see, among others, C2C, Earth, Wind and Fire, Ben Harper, Maceo Parker, Chick Corea and George Benson.
2014 A prestigious festival with the new setting of the “Promenade du Paillon”. The Promenade du Paillon was opened in October 2013, and the Nice Jazz Festival took full benefit of this delightful new setting. The official Nice Jazz Festival and the “Off” fringe hosted more than 45,000 spectators who came along to the open-air party, which locals had awaited with anticipation. High-profile artists once again trod the boards of the Masséna and Théâtre de Verdure stages, like Richard Galliano, Keziah Jones, Ibrahim Maalouf, Joshua Redman and living legends such as The Gipsy Kings, Deep Purple and Dr John…
2015 The Nice Jazz Festival, a big impression in the history of jazz. The Nice Jazz Festival continued hosting the best of the national and international music scenes with more than 60,000 coming to see the official festival and the “Off” fringe. 2015’s godfather, the iconic figure of young jazz, Jamie Cullum, shared the bill with legends such as Charles Lloyd, Kenny Barron, Cerrone, The Roots and Kool and the Gang. Lovers of current music or fabulous voices were not neglected with Ms. Lauryn Hill, Ibeyi, Yael Naim and Benjamin Clementine.
2016 Festival cancelled. Following the terrorist attack on the Promenade des Anglais on the evening of 14 July 2016, the Prefecture of Alpes-Maritimes and Nice City Council took the decision to cancel the Nice Jazz Festival, which was due to commence on 16 July.

Colours of Ostrava@ Czech Republic, Dolní Vítkovice
Jul 18 – Jul 21 all-day

We are excited to inform you that N.E.R.D and Kygo have joined forces of Colours of Ostrava Festival, held from July 18–21, 2018 in the Czech Republic, in the exceptional area of the former industrial site of Dolní Vítkovice.

N.E.R.D and Kygo to join forces of Colours of Ostrava festival. Jessie J, Grace Jones, and London Grammar also on the line-up

Colours of Ostrava Festival, held from July 18–21, 2018 in the Czech Republic will once again be held in the astounding industrial area of the former mining site of Dolní Vítkovice in Ostrava. Recently shortlisted for the European Festival Award 2017 – Best Major Festival, the multi-genre event with a long tradition of well-curated line-ups has just announced the appearance of the explosive formation N.E.R.D with Pharrell Williams and the Norwegian-born producer and DJ Kygo. The list of headliners for 2018 also includes Jessie J, Grace Jones, London Grammar, George Ezra, Joss Stone, Paul Kalkbrenner, Cigarettes After Sex, Kaleo, Future Islands, Beth Ditto, Ziggy Marley, Aurora, Seasick Steve, Calexico, John Hopkins Live, Mura Masa, GusGus, Nick Mulvey, Lewis Capaldi and many more.

Colours of Ostrava Basic Facts:

● Taking place since 2002, entering its 17th year in 2018
● Excellent line-up (120 bands and 350 programme features spread across 20 stages, including concerts, theatre, films, discussions, workshops, and performances.)
● Fantastic children’s stage with child supervision, a stand for breastfeeding mothers
● Wheelchair access (tickets also available at substantially discounted rates)
● Discounts on a range of tourist attractions
● Close to Ostrava city centre with good transport links to the city as well as the train station and airport
● A reasonably-priced campsite
● One site for everything — all the stages in the same area
● Four-day tickets available through
● Accessibility: Ostrava — Prague 370 km, Ostrava — Krakow 170 km, Ostrava — Warsaw 400 km, Ostrava — Vienna 310 km, Ostrava — Bratislava 300 km, Ostrava — Berlin 530 km.

SuncéBeat 9
Jul 18 – Jul 25 all-day

Suncebeat 9 : The Garden Resort Tisno Croatia 18-25 July 2018



SuncéBeat 9, the Croatian lovechild of the UK event Southport Weekender, will be unlike any other previous Suncébeat events.
SuncéBeat is a loving, carnivalesque festival with a unique family vibe, a boutique affair that attracts a crowd of like-minded souls who put the party ahead of pretension. Born in 2010 SuncéBeat, continues to innovate and set the tone for forward-thinking, progressive events on the beautiful Dalmatian coast, we were the first to bring deep house titan Larry Heard to the Garden, the first to invite Berlin powerhouse Prosumer to spin, and the first Croatian festival to secure a date with the semi-mythical DJ Harvey. Plus other legends such as DJ Jazzy Jeff & Black Coffee. The trend continues this year with the likes of Kerri Chandler, David Rodigan, Jeremy Underground, Louie Vega, David Morales & Dennis Ferrer.

Are you joining us for our 9th party? Ticket prices increase April 1st – also payment plan finishes March 31st so get booking ….. too many beautiful memories over the years, come help us make some more !!

To think we’ve had eight fantastic years in Croatia already is pretty amazing, and we’d like to take this moment to thank you wholeheartedly for co-creating the most beautiful event we have ever been involved with in our many years promoting the music we love so much. Whether it’s afternoon pints of Karlo in the picturesque town of Tisno, fruit-filled cocktails next to the sea bathing in the sounds of the beach stage, or dancing under the stars until the sun comes up at Barbarella’s, there are memories for life to be made at every turn at this one-of-a-kind gathering of the worldwide soul music family.

SUPER EARLY BIRD TICKETS will be available from 13:00 UK Time on Friday 1st September 2017 via


* all onsite enquiries should be directed to [email protected] as these limited places are snapped up very early.

* offsite accommodation, please book this up now as it will go very quick, any assistance required then email [email protected]

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