Having already announced performances by Muse, Disclosure, Jamie XX, M83, Boys Noize and Ratatat to name just few; and with further line-up additions still to come, Garorock promises a 20th anniversary bash to remember.

4 Day tickets, including camping, are currently available at 177€ on the festival website. For more information and tickets please visit: http://www.garorock.com/

Held in a forest and by the Garonne River, Garorock is the biggest music festival in the South of France, welcoming around 30,000 daily music lovers each year. With 5 stages and over 60 live performances across four days, the event combines widely known international acts and up and coming artists, in an eclectic mix of music genres.

The late start of bands allows festivalgoers to participate in the numerous activities held in the camping area in the afternoon: football and petanque competitions and art exhibitions; or to wander to town, just a 10 minute walk away, to sample the local delicacies and the not less famous local “tomato beer”.

General information:

Festival: Garorock (http://www.garorock.com/)

Dates: June 30th – 3rd July 2016

Where: Marmande (South West France)

Line up so far:

  • Thursday: Muse, X Ambassadors, Yak, Ghinzu, Sunset Sounds and Synapson
  • Friday: The Kills, Jamie XX, Kölsch, Lilly Wood & the Prick, Jain, Glass Animals, Amine Edge & Dance, Flavien Berger, Feder (Live), Las Aves, Naïve New Beaters, Biga Ranx, Soom T, Casseurs Flowters, Raggatek (Live)
  • Saturday: Unknown Mortal Orchestra, M83, Flume, Ed Banger Party, Boys Noize, Ratatat, Slaves, Thylacine, Odezenne, The Shoes, Deluxe, Panda Dub Live, Mawimbi Live, MHD, AA, Nuit
  • Sunday: Disclosure, Savages, The Hives, Jagwar Ma, Charles Bradley, Method Man vs Redman, Vald, Yelawolf, Caravan Place, Caribbean Dandee, Mass Hysteria


4-Day Ticket: 177€, including camping, available on the festival website

3-Day Ticket: 110€, including camping, available on the festival website

1-Day Ticket: 67€, including camping, available on the festival website

Doors open: Thursday 30th June (14.00 noon)

Doors Close: Monday 4th July (12.00 noon)

To get there:  The best-connected airport by public transport is Bordeaux. There are numerous flights from all main UK airports to Bordeaux and regular trains from Bordeaux to Marmande, just an hour away.