Could spring really be just around the corner? After almost two weeks of grey skies and rain, we’re looking at sunshine this entire week! This week we want to especially highlight the Prémices Festival happening this Saturday in four different locations in Lausanne. It’s a chance to enjoy emerging young musicians in an intimate space (Cave du Bleu Lézard, Bourg, Datcha et Romandie)–it’s definitely not to be missed! Enjoy the sun, the music, and all the other things Lausanne has to offer this week:


Habitat Jardin continues this entire week.


English stand-up comedy in Lausanne.


Like dumplings? Like apero? Then head to Le Pointu this Wednesday and try out Jenny’s homemade dumplings.

Catch the Lausanne Opera’s latest show, “Ariadne auf Naxos” (last showings are this week!).


Take part in loving on our planet this Thursday in the Flon in celebration for International Day of the Forest–a full program with a chance to give back and physically clean up forested parts around the Flon (plus much more).

Disco and pisco at Ta Cave in Geneva.

Join the conversation about racism and sports this Thursday, hosted by the Ville de Lausanne.

The design gurus at Chic Cham are unveiling their newest ‘spring’ inspired collection called “Sakura”–drawing in Japanese aesthetic–and you’re invited from 18h-22h to get a sneak peek.

Portes Ouvertes during the day at Linea, an artistic space in Morges.

Like apéro? Then you should probably head to Apéro World–an expo featuring 60 exhibits from 4 continents and 20 countries. Free entry, lots to do (and eat and drink) for the whole family! Find out more info about the event in Morges here.


It’s “slow food and living wines” at Chalet des Enfants this Friday.

Catch the Lausanne Opera’s latest show, “Ariadne auf Naxos” (last showings are this week!).


It’s Fête de la forêt in Sauvebelin this Saturday–several spectacles, stands, and animations will be held for nature lovers of all ages.

Discover young and emerging artists at the Prémices Festival this Saturday! Concerts will be held in different locations throughout Lausanne, only 20 CHF per ticket if purchased in advance (25 CHF at the door).

Two workshops to make your own jewelry for spring with Erelle from Baies d’Erelle in her boutique/atelier.


Catch the Lausanne Opera’s latest show, “Ariadne auf Naxos” (last showings are this week!).

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