Attracting international festival-goers from around the globe, Les Plages Electroniques (which translates as Electronic Beaches) has a well-earned reputation as one of the biggest and most beloved European beach parties. Since it's inception in 2006, music lovers from around the world flock to the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France to partake in the famous gathering as it plays out over three days of phenomenal musical performances, gorgeous views, and festive, trend-setting programming.
This year, Les Plages Electroniques returns with their most exciting event offerings to date. As fans return to beaches of the Côte d'Azur on August 9th-11th, Electronic Beaches is going bigger than ever before, bringing four full stages of musical programming, over 50 phenomenal artists, and a lineup of extra afterparties set to take place in the Rotunda of the Palais des Festivals until 5:00 AM in the morning.
The final lineup for Les Plages Electroniques 2019 has finally been announced and includes major international headliners like Jax Jones, Solomun, Maceo Plex, Maya Jane Coles, Oxia B2B Nicolas Masseyeff, Camelphat, DJ Snake, Mercer, and Tchami x Malaa. In addition to the stellar lineup, festivalgoers will also be able to enjoy 7km of gorgeous beaches, a selection of world-class restaurants, and thrilling opportunities to visit the Old Town or Lérin Islands, all of which contribute to making Les Plages Electroniques one Europe's most magical events.
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With such an incredible lineup of house, techno, and EDM - all geared towards creating the ultimate beach party experience - it's quite clear that Les Plages Electroniques 2019 is set to be the very best year yet.