Come to Reunion Island

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  By car

  • From St-Denis/St-Paul
    Take route des Tamarins (RN1) towards St-Pierre, then take St-Joseph exit and follow Sakifo signs.
  • From St-Benoît
    Take route des Plaines (RN3) towards Le Tampon/St-Pierre, then take St-Joseph exit and follow Sakifo signs.
  • From St-Joseph
    Take RN2 towards St-Pierre, carry on via boulevard Banks then follow Sakifo signs.

Use City of Saint Pierre’s parking lots, they’re free of charge, secured and connected to the festival site via regular shuttles (see below).

Thanks to our partner AVIS Réunion, get a discount on your car rental. Click here for further information.

  By bus

Several bus lines lead to Saint-Pierre :

  • From St-Denis/St-Paul
    ligne O1 (details) / ligne O2 (details) / ligne ZO, nonstop St-Denis > St-Pierre (details)
  • From St-Benoît
    ligne S2 (details)
  • From St-Joseph
    ligne S3 (details)

The bus station faces stade Casabona.
All detailed info (timetables, pricing) can be found on

Thanks to CIVIS, the Sakifo shuttle connects the camping (bus stop Casabona) and the festival site. It operates during the festival’s opening hours, unlimited use for 1€ per day.



Palm Hotel & Spa ★★★★★
Les Jardins de Grand’ Anse
97429 Petite Île
+262 (0)2 62 563 030

Villa Delisle ★★★★
42, bd Hubert Delisle
97410 Saint Pierre
+262 (0)2 62 707 708

Lindsey Hotel â˜…★★
21 B, rue Francois Isautier
97410 Saint Pierre
+262 (0)2 62 24 60 11

Le Saint-Pierre ★★★
51, avenue des Indes
97410 Saint Pierre
+262 (0)2 62 611 611

Le Victoria â˜…★★
8/10 Allée des Lataniers
Grands Bois
97410 Saint Pierre
+262 (0)2 62 509 567

Alizé Plage â˜…★
17 bis, bd Hubert Delisle
97410 Saint Pierre
+262 (0)2 62 35 22 21

  Access for the disabled

A platform is set up to fully enjoy the main stage concerts. If you’re in a wheelchair or if you need to be seated, this is the spot.

Due to limited space and safety regulations, booking is required. Please give Vanessa a call :  +262 (0)262 70 15 15 or drop her an e-mail :, with a disability certificate. You can access this platform accompanied by one single person.

There’s also a drop-off point at the festival entrance, reserved for ticket holders.

  Photo / Video

Recording devices, (video) cameras of any kind are strictly forbidden.


Forbidden items :

  • Alcohol, drugs
  • Glass, sharp objects, weapons.
  • Fireworks, explosive devices.

Snacks such as sandwiches and plastic bottles of water are allowed.

  Hearing aid measures

In association with Earcare Développement, enjoy a better listening experience !

On Sakifo’s four main stages (Salahin, Poudrière, Filaos, Vince Corner) a magnetic induction loop allows people equipped with hearing aids to enjoy gigs without interferences.

For more information, please call +262 (0)262 70 15 15.


Free entrance for kids under 6, please bring along an ID.
Discounted tickets for children under 15.

All minor children must be accompanied  by an adult.


Pets are not allowed at Sakifo, except for guide dogs.


You can buy drinks using our Cashless system.

Please note : only bars and some restaurants accept Cashless payments.
No ATM on the festival site.


Whatever your tastes are, you’ll find something delicious : Reunionese, French, Thaï, Mauritian, Japanese, Brazilian, Lebanese, African food… Please note some restaurants do not accept Cashless payments.

VIP advantages

  • a dedicated entrance
  • two high ground covered platforms facing Salahin stage
  • a tier facing Salahin stage
  • two dancefloors (with exclusive DJ sets)
  • two restaurants
  • access to exclusive bars
  • VIP-only toilets
  • possibility to leave and re-enter the festival site
  • a late bus shuttle to ZAC Canabady parking lot
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