June 3 - 9, 2024

Monday, June 3, 2024Ends June 9, 2024

Wondering what's going on in and around Lausanne? Check out our picks for this week:

  • Shakespeare at Chillon: an open-air theatre in English on Monday on the grounds of Château de Chillon.
  • Design Days (June 6-9): for its 15th edition, the event returns to its original concept by bringing together all the exhibitions in one central location, including a fashion section dedicated to new Swiss creations.​Opening night on Thursday from 6:00 PM, followed by several events and conferences for design professionals and enthusiasts.
  • For the first time, the Design Days offers Dinner Design a unique and immersive experience where design and gastronomy meet - on Friday and Saturday, meals on the rails in the heart of the Rasude site, in the company of chefs Aldwin Beets, Camille Gaspar, and mixologist Jonathan Bornand.
  • Montana's, your new local American Sports Bar in Lausanne, is officially opening its doors on Wednesday night!
  • On Friday a Gin-Tonic Park at Brasserie de Montbenon with gins from the best producers in the region, including some in person to show off their bottles, in particular the pretty “District Gin” range, sponsored by BM.
  • On Saturday, Espace Amaretto hosts a vintage sale per kilo and vintage selected items sold per piece. music, food, jewellery, organised by SiwssRags.
  • So you want to try trail running? Every Saturday join Donna for a trail running initiation at 9:30 am in Semsales (FR) (8 people max, free event).
  • It was only in 2008 that women winemakers were finally able to join the Confrérie des Vignerons (i.e. the winemaker’s brotherhood)! More than a dozen of local female winemakers are returning on Saturday to Grancy during the Fête des Vigneronnes to offer tastings of their wines.
  • On Sunday, Hummus and Wine host a live music and wine tasting session at Langins Cellar (close to Cully station), featuring Buvette and wines by Jean Duboux.
  • During the month of June, runners from the DNH Hill Runners Lausanne association have identified two running routes in downtown Lausanne (8km and 10km, respectively) that cross residential neighborhoods, thus avoiding traffic lights and traffic as much as possible. Join them for a group run on Tuesday (mixed0 or Sunday (ladies only).