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Best festivals

After a season without festivals, we're impatient for them to return this summer. Fun and festivities will be taking place across the Jura Mountains. With a mix of street art, music, sports and theatre, you're sure to find just the festival for you!

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Festival Idéklic 

This year, the most family-friendly of festivals is taking place from 12th to 15th July in Moirans-en-Montagne, much to the delight of children (and their parents). More than 90 activities and shows for the whole family to enjoy across the entire town. 

The festival also focusses on the issues of sustainable development, by participating in actions led by the green resort of Moirans-en-Montagne. 


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Dates: 12th to 15th July

Venue: Moirans-en-Montagne


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Festival de la Paille 

The Straw Festival is back this year with a rather special feature: the Détours de la Paille, a whole programme of touring concerts performed live at iconic sites in the Jura Mountains. 

All performances are filmed and published on the festival's social media. 


Practical info:

Venue: Multi-site tour


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No Logo Festival

The biggest reggae festival is making its comeback this year, much to the delight of festival-goers. Come and enjoy three days of musical vibes in August. Yanis Odua, Danakil, Flavia Coelho... a carefully selected line-up. 

What makes this event so special is that it is totally independent and belongs exclusively to you, the festival-goers. 


Practical info:

Dates: 13th to 15th August

Venue: Fraisans


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Festival des Nuits de Joux

From 28th July to 14th August, head for the heart of Upper Doubs, Joux Castle to be more precise, for a whole fortnight of festivities.

Every year, a theatre troupe rises to the challenge of spending 3 weeks here to produce 4 or 5 shows to be performed exclusively for an audience of visitors to Joux Castle and the town of Pontarlier.


Practical info

Dates: 28th July to 14th August

Venue: Pontarlier


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Festival Grandes Heures Nature

The outdoor festival Grandes Heures Nature returns this year in the aim of helping us revive those joys of the great outdoors.
Due to the health crisis, the programme has been reworked and split between 3 different dates.

The first was in spring, the next is on Sunday 18th July and will give pride of place to watersports and cycling, with a spotlight on ecotourism, the ViaFrancigena long-distance trail, and soft mobilities. Finally, the 25th September will be a multisports day featuring the "Raids X’Périences" (orienteering, trail-running, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, climbing and various challenges…)


Practical info:

Dates: 3 different dates

Venue: Besançon


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