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.
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.
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).