On Friday, one of the biggest strikes in Switzerland will take place, in efforts to highlight the massive inequalities that still exist between men and women. The Grève des Femmes, or Women’s Strike, is calling on anyone and everyone who believes there is still a long way to go in terms of equality to come and participate–there are events happening all day on June 14, but the manifestation begins at 18h at Saint Francois, with a quick stop at the gare to join forces with participants from THE ENTIRE CANTON OF VAUD. After the march, at 20h at L’Arsenic Bar, there will be dancing, food trucks, and celebration as we hope for a just and empowered future for all. This is going to be huge. So if you want to be a part of history, grab face paint, a sign, and join us as we stand in solidarity for women here in Switzerland, (and all around the world). Find more information about the movement here.

Tuesday

Bejart Ballet performs Dixit all week. This will be a double celebration for Gil Roman’s company, which will perform for the last time on the theatre’s stage before it closes for renovation until 2021.

It’s a night of dance with tango, swing, and Forró courses at La Galicienne.

Wednesday

Complimentary drinks & tapas as we celebrate the beginning of grilling season on the terrace of La Boheme!

It’s your last chance to catch the Lausanne Opera’s incredible performance of Orphée et Eurydice.

Go back to 1989 at a special concert at Bleu Lezard.

Terrace + grill + welcome drink + buffet of all.the.goodies. Have you tried out the Grillades Estivales au Côté Jardin at the Lausanne Palace yet? Going on Wednesday through Friday every week during the summer.

Bejart Ballet performs Dixit all week. This will be a double celebration for Gil Roman’s company, which will perform for the last time on the theatre’s stage before it closes for renovation until 2021.

Thursday

Catch a concert at Jetée de la Compagnie on one of the only sunny days this week.

We’re getting a new bus line along the lake (ligne 24!)! And TL is inviting all of us to come celebrate with apéro and animations.

Slow life, low tech, high vibes. That’s the tagline for this year’s Festival de la Terre–dance, sing, eat, make…lots to do all concentrating on local offerings.

All shopping should take place with a glass of something in your hand. That’s what Café Saint Pierre is hosting an after-work apéro while you shop for pieces by local Swiss brand, Swisslaundry.

It’s a BOOM beer party at L’Impression Cafe with homemade beer and rock music.

All shopping should take place with a glass of something in your hand. That’s what Café Saint Pierre is hosting an after-work apéro while you shop for pieces by local Swiss brand, Swisslaundry.

Bejart Ballet performs Dixit all week. This will be a double celebration for Gil Roman’s company, which will perform for the last time on the theatre’s stage before it closes for renovation until 2021.

A highly acclaimed guest bartender named Nils Zürcher at Le Comptoir wants to make you some pretty swanky cocktails.

Friday

Start your morning with some vinyasa yoga and a view of the lake and Alps.

Local bands, local beer, local wine, and fun for the whole family. Head to the Bout d’Brousse festival at the Brasserie Docteur Gab’s!

A silent party at Les Arches with the Panda Pirates.

Why go to the Caribbean when you can just go to Girafe Bar here in Lausanne?

It’s Friday, which means it’s gin time!

The infamous Lutry Brocante begins today and continues on all weekend–we’ve found some incredible treasures here.

Bejart Ballet performs Dixit all week. This will be a double celebration for Gil Roman’s company, which will perform for the last time on the theatre’s stage before it closes for renovation until 2021.

Salsa jazz concert at Auberge de Beaulieu.

Saturday

Homemade chips, topped by only the finest ingredients this region has to offer–melty cheese, pickles, and lots of other creatively delicious concoctions. La Fête du Chips by Lausanne à Table and hosted by Chic Cham is sure to be a deliciously crunchy way to spend the day.

The inauguration of the Lausanne Jardins 2019 season.

A vide-dressing in the Flon.

And a huge vide-grenier in Pully.

A festival dedicated to the little ones! The Diabolo festival (for ages 2-10) with tons of games, animations, spectacles, and workshops takes place this weekend in Morges. Get your tickets here.

Why go to the Caribbean when you can just go to Girafe Bar here in Lausanne?

Bejart Ballet performs Dixit all week. This will be a double celebration for Gil Roman’s company, which will perform for the last time on the theatre’s stage before it closes for renovation until 2021.

Sunday

Bejart Ballet performs Dixit all week. This will be a double celebration for Gil Roman’s company, which will perform for the last time on the theatre’s stage before it closes for renovation until 2021.

Sunday Funday Flow at Jetée de la Compagnie.

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