From the Old town to the city centre, thirteen indoor and outdoor stages welcome the 200 free concerts scheduled during this 31th edition. All the sites are accessible to the people with reduced mobility (PRM):
Built in 1750, this historic monument is ideal for the vocal groups in general, and for the groups performing classical music in particular.
> 6 marked places reserved for the PRM at the entrance.
The former “L’Espérance” barracks opens its creativity hall to new music. Its sound system is adapted to the transmission of this aesthetics.
> 4 places reserved for the PRM.
Lovers of modern music meet in front of this outdoor stage, situated at the feet of the Lion.
Its modern and comfortable auditorium is particularly well suited to the performances of small groups of classical and traditional music.
> 3 places reserved for PRM.
The classical music groups play for the first time in this room.
> 8 places reserved for the PRM.
The fans of jazz discover the multiple sub-genres of this musical style coming from the South of the United States: jazz-funk, jazz-rock, jazz-blues...
> Area reserved for the PRM in front of the stage.
This theatre of the Hôtel du Département, whose innovative decor is the work of French designer Martin Szekely, particularly highlights the performances from small groups.
> 2 places reserved for the PRM in front of the stage.
Situated in the heart of the Old town, this pentagonal kiosk, forged in steel, seduces the traditional music groups.
> Facilitated access with dropped kerbs (in front of the Cathedral, the restaurant Les Trois Maillets and facing rue de la Porte de France).
Classical music lovers appreciate the comfort and the sound quality offered by this place.
> 4 places reserved for the PRM in front of the stage.
The eclectic programming of this stage is organised and partly broadcast on the local radio station France Bleu Belfort-Montbéliard.
This Italian-style theatre, calm and comfortable, is the ideal place to listen to classical and world music.
> 4 places reserved for PRM.
Traditional and modern music: multiple musical categories are presented on this outdoor stage.
All the styles, and especially new music, are expressed on this site located along the river and called up to now "the Conservatory stage".