Created in 1989, the Belfort Eurockéennes are now one of the most important outdoor festivals in Europe. Every year in the first weekend of July, the Eurockéennes take over the enchanting natural site of the Malsaucy Lake peninsula, 7 km from Belfort.
Between hills and lakes, just a few kilometres from the town of Belfort, the Belfort Eurockéennes offer 3 days of concerts to over 100,000 festival-goers, from international headliners to up-and-coming bands, through new regional discoveries. The various artists play on a total of 4 stages: the Main Stage, the Green Room Esplanade, the Beach and the Club Loggia. The concerts cover a wide range of music: rock, pop, hip-hop, electro, French popular song, folk and reggae.
For the full festival experience, there is a free temporary campsite for ticket-holders. The festival constantly works to improve accessibility, develops schemes to help the environment, and helps young people and disabled people integrate into the world of work.