This year, to celebrate 40 years, the program promises to be exceptional.
The Riviera will be the scene of a high-flying show at the Hespéréides stadium, featuring the dreamlike performances of equestrian artist Jean François Pignon.
Every evening, Jean François Pignon will offer a show full of emotion, thanks to the incredible relationship he has built up with his horses.
Former winners such as Germany's Daniel Deusser and Belgium's Niels Bruynseels will be looking to add their names to the list of winners at this exceptional event.
All the big names will be present: John Whitaker, the British legend, but also Edwina Tops-Alexander, who recently won the Madrid Grand Prix, and of course French Olympic champion Philippe Rozier.
France will also be represented by Philippe Léoni , Jérôme Hurel, Alexa Ferrer and Julien Anquetin.
They'll be up against some formidable international competition, including Sweden's Malin Baryard-Johnsson, Dutchmen Harrie Smolders, Maikel and Erik van der Vleuten, Jur Vrieling and Peter Devos.
"When I was a kid competing in eventing, I thought the Jumping de Cannes was fantastic! So the day I set foot on the Stade des Hespérides track, it was a dream come true!" Philippe Léoni, French team rider