This year's Zermatt Unplugged Festival will welcome big acts like James Bay, Ellie Goulding and Rea Garvey. Over the course of five days, 58 artists, including 20 new acts, will perform on a total of 18 different stages against a fantastic mountain backdrop. The Riffelhaus, the Stafelalp and the Hotel Beausite are new locations.
Zermatt Unplugged is about music, enjoyment and hospitality – a festival for all the senses. At the heart of the festival, the Taste Village will provide a diverse (and above all delicious) range of food and drinks: from regional meat specialities to traditional Valais raclette and plant-based burgers. The Wine Lounge in the foyer tent is also a new addition.
5 days – more than 50 concerts – 1 Unplugged Pass
Unplugged Pass holders can look forward to accessing all Unplugged Pass stages, late night jazz and DJ sounds until the early hours of the morning. They can also access the Taste Village, all side stages and side events, as well as the after parties. The concerts at the Vernissage are also included. The pass costs CHF 60 and covers the full festival period. Alongside the 20 Discovery Acts, the programme also includes Philipp Fankhauser at the Blues Club and Late Night Jazz at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club at Mont Cervin Palace. Another highlight: The Hot Teapots will play in the foyer tent after each of the main concerts.
The acoustic folk duo Ocie Elliot will start its 2022 European tour at Zermatt. Valais rapper Sétay will bring his second album "Petit Rêveur" with him, accompanied by the sounds of the Trios Passiflores. Young soul musician Nnavy from Lausanne also promises magical, acoustic realness at Zermatt Unplugged. Part of the action too: mixing desk magician Frank Wiedemann and Zurich producer/DJ duo Adriatique take over the night shift in Zermatt. Find out more about this year's Zermatt Unplugged and new talent here.
Tickets can be purchased at the link below.
Book your all-round experience here, including hotel accommodation and Unplugged Pass.