Arles - Cultural place
The room covers two levels and has a capacity of 350 people; it resembles a ship and allows the public to see concerts from different angles: from above on the mezzanine, straight on in front of the stage or even from the bar. Our great bartenders, experts in the art of slightly frothy draught beer, will give you a warm welcome and do their best to ensure you do not miss a minute of the concert!
Although the configuration of Cargo is based mainly on standing room, you can find a few seats if you arrive early.
Information provided by OT Arles
Le Cargo de Nuit
7 avenue Sadi Carnot
- 04 90 49 55 99
04 90 18 96 19
Where to stay
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Things to do
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