Marseille International Fair 2021

24 Sept. 2021 > 4 Oct. 2021

Marseille International Fair is back! For this 96th edition, it will be exceptionally free. 11 days of exhibitions which will be placed this year under the sign of Rock. Let us guide you, we explain everything!

Published on 24 September 2021

We missed the Fair last year! All those essential items (in our eyes) that we could not buy and do not know how to make them work once at home, all those unavoidable culinary specialties that we could not taste ( Carribean rum, grilled andouillettes, Italian chocolates,…) or even those mixtures of smells coming from far away places so specific to the Fair! Not to mention the obligatory little visit to the wellness hall to try the famous massage chairs or the latest trendy peeling! The Marseille Fair is all this at the same time! Every year for generations it delights young and old alike, we need nothing but we always find a little something!

Marseille International Fair

This year, the Fair is placed under the sign of Rock and it is the singer Christophe Maé who is the ambassador (he will be on stage on October 1st during the night show). Access will be free but you will still need to download your invitation and present your Health  Pass at the entrance.

As every year, the Fair will be spread over the whole site of the Parc Chanot. You will find the Open Air section the swimming pools, spas, gardens and other barbecues and for the first time a space will be entirely dedicated to the Automobile in  hall 6.  Halls 1, 3 and 8 will be devoted to Home and Housing you will find absolutely everything for your interior, decoration, crafts, furnishings, work advice and,  of course, the indispensable and inevitable demonstrators, who will show you a whole host of household objects, appliances and ustensils, each one more astonishing than the previous one.  You will never leave this hall (Hall 3) without having bought something! Hall 8 is also dedicated to beauty and well-being but also to the crafts from all around the world, a total change of scenery! If you want to go in Italy, Hall 1 is for you, for a tour in the Tropics, go outside on Esplanade 4.

Time for lunch? The choice is vast. From the local village (Hall 1) to the Corsican village (Hall 7) via the gourmet terrace, more than a hundred stands and specialties from all over the world will be there to satisfy all your culinary desires!

This year, the Fair will focus on eco-reponsability, which is at the heart of today’s society. Visitors can participate in prevention activities, recycling awareness and DIY workshops. Marseille International Fair is also of musical, sporting, cultural and fun events!
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To prepare your visit even better, the organisers have set up a digital platform so that everyone can discover the exhibitors and products but also benefit from discounts!
Discover the platform..

As you can see, you’ll find everything you want at the Marseille International Fair! So see you from September 24th to October 4th at the Parc Chanot!

Pratical information

  • Opening hours

    From 10am to 7pm on weekdays

    from 10am to 8pm on weekends

    night time: from 10am to 11pm
    Friday 24 september, Saturday 25 September, Friday 1 October and Saturday 2 October.

  • How to get to the Fair

    By public transport :
    > Metro line 2, stop Rond-Point du Prado
    > Bus : 19-21-22-23-41-44-45-72-83

    By car :
    GPS : Latitude : 43.272597 – Longitude : 5.394663
    Parc Chanot – Rond-point du Prado 13008 Marseille

    By bike: 
    Stations Le Vélo around the Parc Chanot

  • Parking lots

    Orange Vélodrome car park dedicated to the Marseille Trade Fair  – fixed price 10€ per day

    Public car parks :
    Negresko / Effia Centre Commercial Prado / Indigo Prado Perier / Indigo Castellane

  • Services on site

    Childcare (only on Wednesdays and week-ends)
    Helmet locker
    First aid post
    In formation point (main entrance Door A)

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