From 16 to 29 July 2021
At Uzès

The Nuits musicales d’Uzès is celebrating its 50th anniversary! Every year, this festival brings musicians from all over the world to Uzès, and offers spectators an exceptional programme of events. In 2021, the Nuits musicales will be held from the 16th to 29th July. And as a little taster, a concert will take place on the 22nd April. On the programme for this festival you can expect Baroque music, jazz, contemporary, romantic music and much more. There’s something for everyone!

See some wonderful concerts

During the Nuits Musicales event, the whole town of Uzès is brought to life by the music. Every year, thousands of festival-goers come here: whether you are a big fan of music or not, you are sure to enjoy the musical programme of events that awaits you!

In the most beautiful areas of the Ducal town, the music from the Nuits Musicales concerts will fill the air with Baroque, traditional, jazz and classical music. Year after year, the festival has gone from strength to strength, each programme even more rich and varied than the last. You can expect to hear some well-known pieces, as well as brand-new creations.

And the festival-goers are not only locals, people come from all over France and even abroad to attend the Nuits Musicales event. You are in for a “musical tour” of the town since all the concerts are held in and around the historic monuments of Uzès, including the Cathedral, the Duché, and the church of Saint-Etienne.

The Nuits Musicales festival is one of the highlights of the summer in the Pays d’Uzès Pont du Gard destination!

The 2021 edition

In 2021, the Nuits Musicales d’Uzès will be celebrating its 50th anniversary! The festival will take place from the 16th to 29th July and a taster concert will be held on the 22nd April, to give festival-goers an idea of what’s to come. This concert will be organised in the brand-new Ombrière cultural centre in Uzès. What’s the title of the concert? “Bohème”! “Lakatos can play classical, jazz or Hungarian music and is one of the rare musicians to really push the boundaries of his art.”

The festival’s Music academy

Alongside the festival, the Music Academy was created five years ago so that young musicians can take part in beginner’s or advanced Baroque music courses. Artists come from all over the world to take part in these courses!