Attending a show for the first time, going to a Festival for the first time is always an experience. If it turns out to be happy or unhappy, it very quickly becomes an anecdote that everyone likes to tell or a founding event or even a dreaded moment.
If you are coming to the Festival d'Avignon for the first time, here is the essential information to organize your visit at best! The festival is also for you!
Here are some tips on how to best organise your visit to the Festival:
Before the Festival :
To find all the information you need to come to Avignon, go to the page Prepare your trip.
To find all the information about ticketing, go to the page box office and prices. We offer many reduced rates thanks to the Festival and 3 Keys cards.
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During the Festival :
To get to the venues easily, our "Getting around during the Festival" section gives you all the addresses, as well as parking and self-service bicycle stations.
Go to the Cloître Saint-Louis, 20 rue du Portail Boquier, where the Festival offices are located: receptionists are there to inform you about the programme for each day.
Download our mobile application. If tickets are no longer available for the shows of your choice, activate the notifications to be informed of new ticket sales. For those who are not familiar with the city of Avignon: it is possible to create itineraries from where you are to any of the Festival venues.
Take advantage of our guided tours to discover Avignon and its history through the Festival.
As a new festival-goer, many questions arise: Where to find information? How to choose? How to come? How to book?
All the answers to these questions are in our Q&A Access our Q@A
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Take advantage of the guide "My first time" at the Festival d'Avignon" which is designed to answer all your questions. You will find: recommendations of shows, explanations. This guide is available from June.
This guide will be accompanied by an educational kit which includes a wide range of resources to help you make your choices during the Festival.
If you are a group, "first time" mediators will be on hand throughout the Festival. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org