Instructions for the 2022 edition

It’s time to open the doors! It is therefore time to discover in detail what the Paléo 2022 edition has in store for us.

Innovations a la carte

Paléo is being revised in many ways. A quick overview on our interactive map.

Also read: With Belleville, Paléo offers electronic music a temple

Arrival to the festival

By train

Nyon CFF train station and free transfer to the Paléo Festival by NStCM train, departing behind the station, access through the passage under the platforms. L’Asse stop 300 m from the festival entrance.

By bus

Bus station on Route de St-Cergue / Vuarpillière, 500m from the Festival entrance. Each destination has a marked location and is marked on the vehicles. The bus lines cover the Nyon district on the return trip, but also Valais, Fribourg, Neuchâtel and the Jura.

By bicycle

A marked and secured route has been set up between Nyon/Prangins and the Paléo. Special parking spaces are reserved for bicycles in the immediate vicinity of the main entrance and in the Parc Chevalin, near the Asse train station.

By car

If you are coming from Lausanne, take the Gland exit (exit 12) as the Nyon exit is often full.

If you are coming from Geneva, take the Nyon exit (exit 11).

At the end of the last concert on the main stage, the mass outing of the audience sometimes leads to a long wait at the parking lot exit. Only one solution to avoid traffic jams: do not leave the festival immediately.

Parking is available near the festival site. In bad weather they can be closed. Therefore, alternative parking spaces in the city of Nyon and the surrounding area are offered with a shuttle bus service.

Parking outside the designated parking spaces is prohibited. In addition, tents, mobile homes or caravans are not tolerated in the parking lots.

The complete program

Paleo family

Admission is free for children under the age of 12. Access to the festival is forbidden to minors under the age of 16 unaccompanied by an adult after 10 p.m.

Stand “Baby Bar”

In the Entre Deux Mondes, next to the “Info environnement” stand. In particular, it is possible:

  • Stand “Baby Bar” in the Entre Deux Mondes, next to the stand “Info environnement”. In particular, it is possible:
  • Breastfeed or express milk in peace with the disposable accessories provided. All dairy products will be kept cool until the end of the concerts.
  • Use the changing table and get free nappies (mini to maxi size) and organic care products.
  • Borrow ESF risers against a deposit or rental car.

The stand also has a protected area for the obstetric emergency service.

Kindergarten “La Luciole” (up to 8 years)

Located by the river, away from the crowds, La Luciole Daycare offers free games and activities for children up to 8 years old. Parents can entrust their children to her for a period of 3 hours once they are clean. On the program: slides, treasure hunts, juggling, boom, crafts and many other activities. Open daily from door opening until 10 p.m.

The Beach (12 to 18 years)

Right next to the HES-SO area is La Plage, a friendly and warm area for young people aged 12 to 18. Animations and games are on the program, alongside a bar that gives pride of place to soft drinks at low prices. Open daily from door opening until 2am.

digital paleo

The festival changes

Goodbye cash, goodbye tickets. Paléo goes digital this year. All details here.

WiFi and charging

A free Wi-Fi network is available. Access is granted for a renewable period of 30 minutes. Mobile phone charging points are available in the reception area opposite the festival entrance and at the Romande Energie stand near the terrace.

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