Tickets are available for sale at the rate of 20 tickets per person. For groups of more than 20 people, please refer to the information that you find on the following page:
Our box office partner is Starticket. Tickets are available for purchase on their website: www.starticket.ch, by phone at 0800 925 925 (cost: 1.19 cents per minute), in official Starticket outlets (Coop City, La Poste, Manor and Hotelplan) or at the “Grenette”, Vevey.
See the location of the different points of sale in Switzerland at the following address: https://www.starticket.ch/posmap/
There is only a single rate per seating category. Only the prices of the dress rehearsal (50% reduction) and seating with limited visibility are reduced.
Prices are staggered in 5 categories. Premium tickets offer benefits such as easier access to the arena, a personalized welcome, the official programme, as well as the “Livre du spectacle”.
|Normal price||(reduced visibility)||Normal price||(reduced visibility)|
|Premium||180.00 CHF||359.00 CHF|
|Categorie 1||150.00 CHF||125.00 CHF||299.00 CHF||249.00 CHF|
|Categorie 2||125.00 CHF||100.00 CHF||249.00 CHF||199.00 CHF|
|Categorie 3||100.00 CHF||70.00 CHF||199.00 CHF||139.00 CHF|
|Categorie 4||70.00 CHF||40.00 CHF||139.00 CHF||79.00 CHF|
|Categorie 5||40.00 CHF||20.00 CHF||79.00 CHF||39.00 CHF|
The distribution of the categories is based on the distance from the main stage. The seating categories furthest from the main stage, which are less costly, offer a more global vision of the show. More expensive categories offer a closer view of the main stage and the show’s performers.
Some places have reduced visibility due to the presence of 8 supporting pillars in the arena. The pillars are pictured in Starticket’s sales system (on the map available at starticket.ch, upon seat selection) with a black dot. The seats concerned are proposed at discounted prices due to the degree of visibility obstruction.
Throughout the duration of the show (approx. 2 and a half hours without intermission) and for reasons related to safety and comfort, the show is not recommended for children under 6 years old.
Each person accessing the arena must have a valid ticket, regardless of age. In addition, there is no discount for children.
Yes, there are 90 places per presentation provided for people with reduced mobility (PRM). They will be available for booking from 17 September 2018 by sending an e-mail to Starticket via the address email@example.com and mentioning:
For the hearing impaired, a mobile app will be available with reception throughout the arena.
No, processions and Ville en Fête are free activities, open to all. Only access to the arena is paid.
A number of tickets will be available at the cashiers’ desks at the entrance to the market place before each performance; this is to prevent ticket scalping to the extent of the remaining availabilities.
Any ticket issued won’t be returned, refunded or exchanged. In case of cancellation of the show as a result of adverse weather conditions during the first 90 minutes of the show, a postponement date will be announced. Beyond these 90 minutes, the show is considered to be performed and will not be refunded. If the show is rescheduled, the ticket remains valid for the postponement date. A maximum of 2 postponements is possible, following these the show will be cancelled and tickets refunded by Starticket.
For reasons related to copyright and to allow the spectator to immerse themselves in the show, taking pictures and videos will not be tolerated during the performance.
As there may be several postponements and the same presentation may be postponed up to two times, the replay date will be announced at the same time as the postponement.
As a general rule, the presentation from 11am will first be postponed to the afternoon of the same day if conditions permit. A presentation from 9pm will be generally delayed until the next morning, programme permitting. In addition, two days have been set aside exclusively for postponed performances, Monday, July 22 and Wednesday, Aug. 7. Finally, the last shows can be postponed to Monday and/or Tuesday, the 12th and 13th of August.
There is no intermission during the show. Staff present in the arena will indicate when it is permitted to circulate and exit the arena.
Yes, please find below the bundled offers currently available:
Spectacle and meal: Our exclusive offer proposes a complete culinary experience on our Lake Pavilion platform, a ticket for the show in premium category, which includes all the premium benefits, and much more! More information under “Pavillon du Lac“.
Welcome aperitif: Book spaces for a pre-show aperitif under “Les Terrasses de la Confrérie” (in French).
Show and accommodation: Don’t hesitate to consult the offers of our tourism partners (Grand Hotel du Lac, Astra Hotel, Modern Times, Montreux Riviera) under “Package with hotel”.
Tour operator transport and show: There are tour operators who offer such packages. We ask you to contact your travel agent to find out if such an offer is available in your area.
The performances of the 12th edition of the Fête des Vignerons will be held from July 18 to August 11, 2019.
Public rehearsals will take place a few days before.
The performance schedule and the Canton Days have already been set and are posted on the website. The complete programme for the Ville en Fête and the Canton Days will soon be released. Subscribe to the Fête des Vignerons 2019 newsletter and you will be informed of its release.
You will find the products on the online store of our Partner Many Ways which can be accessed from this website by clicking on “Shop” as well as at the shop at the Grenette in Vevey (from Monday to Friday 9h00-12h30 / 13h30-17h30) , Saturday 10:00 to 15:00 non stop).
The category of places reserved for persons with reduced mobility is primarily for people in a wheelchair. People without a wheelchair but with serious difficulties of movement, or any other significant disability, are also eligible for this category. Any person with disabilities can reserve a place in the same category for an accompanying spectator. These places are in the vicinity of the main stage. Access for wheelchairs will be available at entrance F and support is provided by our volunteers to facilitate your movement through the arena. Places for people with reduced mobility and their accompanying persons are in category 5 at CHF 79.- per person.
Our teams of ushers will be at your disposal to help you get to your seat. In the areas A2, B2, C2, D2, E2, F2, G2, H2, access to places will be up the stairs from the bottom of the arena.
Special parking is provided for people with reduced mobility at the outskirts of the city, close to the motorway exit. People with reduced mobility can take advantage of our special shuttle service. In addition, an area is provided for disabled transport near the arena. More information about this will be available at the beginning of 2019.
Yes. After the evening performances (ending at 11 pm), CFF trains will be running in the direction of the Arc lémanique, Chablis and towards several Swiss Romand towns.
Further information and timetables will be available in the spring of 2019 at
Yes, a “Fête des Vignerons 2019” application is downloadable at the bottom of each page of our website, for Android and Mac.
Yes, it is possible that the app won’t appear if your tablet/smartphone is an older model, or does not have some features necessary for the proper app function.
Augmented reality is a technical way of interspersing the real world (physical surroundings which includes an image that serves as a marker) and digital items in real time. The background image is also called AR+.
First, download and install the “Fête des Vignerons” mobile app for Android and iOS. Open the app and select “AR+”, then position your phone (or tablet) about 30 centimetres above the marker (image) and you will see the first augmented reality appear. Select the AR+ menu and you can choose two further augmented realities to display.
Registrations for performers are closed, but you may still register to volunteer to organize for the Fête des Vignerons.
The event preparations are already in full swing. The main roles for the show have been casted, and the process of distributing roles for extras is in the beginning stages. Further information will be forthcoming in the following weeks. First role offers will soon be sent to the singers, musicians, gymnasts and dancers (adults). The invitation to child actors and other extras will follow with special attention paid to role groupings by family and other group participation. Costume measurement has also begun. Each of you will be contacted individually and will receive further information from us directly by email.
The various scheduling will be developed in 2019. You will be personally informed as soon as they are ready.
On the Cantonal Days, cantonal delegations will be welcomed to Vevey by the Confrérie des Vignerons. They will be presenting their cultural traditions, delicacies, music groups, troops of theatre or youth entertainment, not to mention the wine traditions.
The show the Fête remains the same despite the different Cantonal Days.
It’s the premiere of the show which includes the Coronation ceremony. It is during this event that spectators will have the chance to attend the Coronation, which praises and distinguishes the best winemakers’ hands of their generation (in addition to the usual show).
Our website offers you external links, such as direct access to our partner Starticket ticket office (https://www.starticket.ch/fr/tickets/fete-des-vignerons-2019-20190716-2100-20190811-0100-arene-vevey) or to our partner Many Ways’ shop (https://www.fdvshop.ch), which should open in a new browser window.
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