Major upcoming and current names in music just outside the French capital.
Set against the relaxed backdrop of the Seine and Paris' Parc de Saint-Cloud, this festival's lineup is filled with more than a couple of names you'll know. It's renowned for being Paris' premier rock festival (the name says it all) so get your hand horns – that's the, er, obligatory horn shape you make with your hands at rock festivals – at the ready. Over the weekend, big names in rock from all over the world descend on the park, leaving an impressive lineup and a buzzing crowd. But it's not all about rock, so you'll be able to grab a break from all that head banging.
Take time to wander the Rock'Art project too, which is full of one-of-a-kind band posters created by illustrators, graphic designers and cartoonists. Ten of these will also feature on the Paris metro – so keep an eye out on your way back into the city.
Stop by the Planetarium to make the most of this year's space theme
How do I get there?
The festival takes place at the Parc de Saint-Cloud, just outside Paris
It is recommended you arrive by public transport, such as the following:
The 10 Metro line, getting off at the Boulogne-Pont de St-Cloud stop.
The T2 Tramway, getting off at the Parc de St-Cloud stop.
The 52, 72, or 126 bus, getting off at the Parc de St-Cloud stop.
Weekend tickets: €119
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets will be available via the festival website.