English Itinerary of the Week
This week in Paris holds special events to share with friends and family. Enjoy a magical evening in the light-up show at the Zoo De Thoiry, the Festival De Los Muertos, and even a live music festival this weekend.
Monday, October 38th- March 8th, 2020: Wild Lights at Zoo de Thoiry
- The Thoiry Lumière Sauvages festival sets up in the Jardin des Plantes this week for a magical show of lights. 600 new gigantic illuminated animals and scenes will be set up in the theme of “the great odyssey of evolution.” Take a nighttime visit to the garden for a fairy tale ride to share with friends and family.
Wednesday, October 30th – Monday, October 3rd: Salon du Chocolat
- Experience the 2500 sqm space dedicated to pastries, with 500 participants from all over the world, making it the largest gathering of cocoa-producing countries in the world. If you’re a fan of chocolate and pastries, make your way to Porte De Versailles for the activities.
Thursday, October 31st: Fiesta De Los Muertos
- This Halloween celebrate the dead in Latino style with a night of concerts, DJ’s, dance shows, screenings, face painting, goodies, and even a tattoo -shop! The party will take place from 8 PM to 6 AM at the Bellevilloise, costumes are encouraged.
Thursday, October 31st – Saturday, November 2nd: Pitchfork Music Festival
- Pitchfork Music Festival is the not to be missed music festival of the Fall. Both Pitchfork Chicago and Pitchfork Paris will be gradually introducing more hip-hop and urban music. Catch artists like Skepta, Hamza, Jamila Woods, Tobi Lou and many more this weekend at the Grande Halle de la Villette.
Saturday, November 2nd: Free Late Night Opening of the Louvre
- As per every first Saturday of the month, the Louvre will be offering free admission for all to visit. During the visit, everyone will be able to view a large part of the museum including masterpieces like the Marriage at Cana, Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, Liberty leading the people by Delacroix, The Raft of the Medusa by Géricault and Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci.
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