Partying for the love of monkeys? This intimate and unique festival showcases a range of music from European artists and donates all proceeds to a monkey sanctuary in Bolivia.
About This Festival
Pete The Monkey Festival|260 Rue de la Mer Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, France Find an Airbnb
The closest train station is in Dieppe – a two-hour ride from Paris – that's about 20 kilometers from the Pete the Monkey Festival's grounds.
Walking distance from Pete the Monkey Festival's main grounds is the "Monkey Camping" area, access to which is covered by the cost of festival entry. Campsite access is available on a first-come-first-served basis. As the festival organizers enthusiastically describe this centralized convenience, "Bumping into your friend who you just lost whilst ordering a sourdough pizza will not be a problem!" A quieter "Family Camping" site, meanwhile, is a short ten-minute walk from the festival site and priced at a modest per-night rate.
Because it’s a small event, tickets sell out quickly as soon as they go on sale in the spring. Keep an eye on Pete the Monkey’s website so you don’t miss out.