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The 57th Montreux Jazz Festival 2023

16 Summer Days of Jazz – 

MJF22 Affiche Camille Walala RVB - CLEAN

Where: Montreux, Switzerland

The Montreux Jazz Festival takes place for two weeks every summer in Switzerland, on the shores of Lake Geneva. Created in 1967 by Claude Nobs and directed by Mathieu Jaton since 2013, the Montreux Jazz Festival has become over the years an essential event, generating fantastic stories and legendary performances.

In its 57 years, the Montreux Jazz Festival has confirmed its commitment to dialogue between musical forms. The lineup for the 57th edition of the Festival has been intricately crafted to provide 16 intense days of musical gatherings, in 2023.

Top acts will be sharing the floodlights with young, upcoming artists and many musicians will be “coming back to Montreux”.

For 16 summer days and nights the Swiss town of Montreux will be alive with the sounds of music, and will present on multiple stages and venues an amazing acoustic patchwork of performances from some of the finest musicians in the world today.

For more info and schedules for all events and workshops please visit the Montreux Jazz Festival website:


The Jazz Festival in Montreux is among the glorious events, not to be missed!


Claude Nobs

Founded in 1967 by Claude Nobs has become a grand event for all music lovers. There’s music, dance, movies and lots of excitement and enthusiasm in the festival. The music shows have songs of all genres- reggae to rap. Great musicians like Miles Davis, Ray Charles, Count Basie, Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Prince have entertained the guests with their energetic and stunning jazz performances. Famous band artists and internationally recognised stars specially descend on the mountain town of Montreux to witness the annual Jazz Festival every year.


Les quais, © 2006 Muriel Rochat – Montreux Jazz Festival Foundation

16 days, 105 concerts in the 3 principal venues 7 creations (Montreux Jazz Creation) 7 evenings in boats and trains (Monteux Jazz Boats/ Montreux Jazz Trains)

For more info and schedules for all events and workshops please visit the Montreux Jazz Festival website:

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