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Django Reinhardt Jazz Festival 2021

    The Django Reinhardt Jazz Festival returns once in again ! In the line-up of this 2021 edition will be on the big stage in the Chateau de Fontainebleau park, an exceptional natural setting. The opening concerts of the Jazz Festival will take place in Samois-sur-Seine.
      Photo credits : Affiche festival Django ReinhardtThomas DutroncCatherine RingerStochelo RosenbergIbrahim MaaloufJamie CullumFlorence du Boys - Association du Festival Django ReindhartAnthony VoisinFlorence du Boys - Association du Festival Django Reinhardt
      Parc du Château
      Prairie du Bois d'Hyver
      77300 Fontainebleau
      The world-famous festival will open in Samois-sur-Seine, as a tribute to Django Reinhardt. It will continue in the park of the Chateau de Fontainebleau (3 min walk from the Chateau and the city center) from July the 2nd to 5th.
      The Django festival is : 4 days, 2 stages, 30 bands, 150 musicians, a village of luthiers for the best jazz tribute to the most famous gypsy Jazz guitarists. A great variety of food and drink stalls offer a large choice on site.

      Access to the festival is possible via the Fontainebleau-Avon train station, 10 minutes by bus, and many accommodations are available to allow festival-goers to make the most of these magical moments!

      Several pass formulas are available for festival-goers.

      2021 upcoming program:

      Thursday 1st of July : Jamie Cullum

      Friday 2nd of July : Ibrahim Maalouf

      Saturday 3rd of July : Free rein to Stochelo Rosenberg

      Sunday 4th July: Catherine Ringer

      4 days PASS : 105 € within the limits of the places available.

      Prices

      Free entry for children < 13 years.

      27th and 28th June: free access
      1 day ticket: Thursday 02/04, Friday 03/05, Saturday 04/06, or Sunday 05/07 : 34€
      4 day Pass: 99€.

      Confort and services

      • Spoken languages :
        • English
        • French

      Opening periods

      From Thursday 1st to Sunday 4 July 2021.