The Chorégies d'Orange is the oldest active festival (1869) in France.
This venerable age has not prevented it from retaining its originality and
by making the setting of its summer performances an unforgettable concert experience of a special kind.
A perfectly preserved Roman theatre with 8,300 seats, boasting its original stage wall and excellent acoustics awaits you.
Created in 1947 by Jean Vilar, the Festival d'Avignon is one of the world's most important events for contemporary performing arts. Every July, Avignon is transformed into a city theatre, transforming its architectural heritage into various majestic and surprising performance venues that attract tens of thousands of theatre lovers of all ages. The festival succeeds in bringing together popular audiences and top international creation. Avignon is also a state of mind: the city is an open-air forum where festival-goers discuss the performances and share their experiences as spectators.
Festival de Nîmes
Take advantage of your visit to the Festival to discover or (re)discover Nîmes, a city of incredible charm, known worldwide for the majesty and exceptional preservation of its Roman monuments.
In this jewel box of 2000 years of history, it stands out for the beauty of its ancient centre,
an exceptional town centre, 16th, 17th and 18th century marvels that bear witness to a rich past and are set in one of the most beautiful protected sectors in France. Nîmes bears the label "ville d'Art et d'Histoire" (city of art and history).