To see in Paris this week
From folk or classical music, exhibitions to french food, we have chosen for you a selection of great events to enjoy your journey in Paris !
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The hashtag #HotterthanChile is a great opportunity to do something nice in a fabulous place. Just in front of the well-known Beaubourg, a giant cube is set and allow visitors to live unexpected feelings like walking in desert or watch a starry sky. This wonderful experience is also the occasion to win a trip to Chili, so, let’s go ! More informations here.
To break with the noisy parisian life, come to explore the Collège des Bernardins. Among a rich list of concerts, discover a calm place and classical music that bring you peace and tranquility a the Festival des Heures. More details here.
The Festival Muzik’elles is an exclusive blank cheque to women and artists ! On stage, you can listen to Ayo, Zaho, Tal or Sofia Essaïdi, belonging to the new french generation of singers. Men also are invited to Muzik’elles wich will take place in Meaux, only one hour far from Paris. Rap, jazz, electronic and soul music…a way to satisfy every one ! If you’re a melomaniac of french music, Bernard Lavilliers is a special guest of this Festival. Enjoy ! Click here for informations.
For more sound and more fun, just go to Le Café de la Danse to applause on stage First Aid Kit and their new album “Stay gold”, september 25th. Two swedish sisters that play folk music, they will make your evening unforgettable in a parisian club ! Details here.
Have you ever heard of the Splendens Factory ? At the heart of the so calm and romantic Neighborhood of Montmartre, on Muller Street, enter this whole artistic world ! Paintings, photographies, design, music and new technology, The Factory exhibits a new wave of artists, full of ideas and creativity. Let’s discover Violaine Carrère, Andy Gardinier or Guillaume Sanchez in an amazing place wich will be an eternal memory ! Click here.
A little hungry ?
You’re in the gourmet city at the better time ! This week, the so known French chef, Alain Ducasse, launch a tasty campaign of one free menu for one bought menu. In Paris and Ile-de-France, many restaurants give you a rendez-vous with french food ! To see more, click here.
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