The festival has formed partnerships with tourist bodies to accommodate festivalgoers from far and wide.
The idea is to expand accommodation services to showcase the tourism assets of a night at the festival.
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Food and drink
FOOD AND DRINK
Whether you're at the Roman Theatre or Cybèle, you'll find something for lunch or to give you a boost from midday to midnight!
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Burger & Wells
Burger & Wells are back again this year at the Roman Theatre with their famous burgers, tartare, hot dogs, pancakes and salads. Burger & Wells is all about sustainability, local food channels and only serving regional produce.
Histoires de Glaces
For the third year in a row, Histoires de Glaces will cool down your summer with 100% local ice cream made less than 15k from the Roman Theatre. Pastis, berries, lemon, candyfloss and mint: there are over 20 flavours to choose from at the festival!
Cybèle terrace restaurant
Have dinner in the heart of the festival at Jazz à Vienne's pop-up restaurant every evening from 6. The restaurant is open after the concerts, consider booking!
Cybèle snack bar
Feeling peckish? Head for lunch at the Cybèle Snack bar to tuck into tarts of the day and cones of home-cooked chips by the Amicale des Cafetiers, Hôteliers et Restaurateurs de Vienne in a unique spot where local produce is showcased by regional traders.
Wine bar with Inter Rhône
Sample the region's best wine in the middle of the Cybèle stages at the wine bar in partnership with Inter Rhône, the Côtes du Rhône union. Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, Crozes-Hermitage, Saint Joseph, Côte du Rhône, Saint-Peray… The Rhône Valley's wine will be showcased by students at the Bellerive Hospitality College in Vienne who will be on hand to advise festivalgoers!
Jazz à Vienne has beefed up its range of draught beer yet again this year. On the menu: 6 draught beers to cool off in the afternoon!