For rock lovers this is a festival not to be missed! Come discover bands you have yet to encounter or enjoy this year's star line-up: Oasis, Faith No More, The Offspring and The Prodigy among others.
The one-day ticket is 45€ or you can opt for the 3-day pass for 99€. Visit the Rock en Seine site for further details and dates of specific concerts.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Jazz lovers float to Paris to enjoy year-round concerts at various venues including the Pianissimo Jazz festival held from August 1-30th. This is the younger sibling of the American Jazz festival held annually in Paris which also continues till the end of August.
Headlining is New York Jazz percussionist Leon Parker. The festival takes place at the Sunset/Sunside in rue des Lombards. For details visit the site.
Posted by Yetunde at 09:27
Who says there's nothing to do in Paris in August? This is probably the best times of the year to visit Paris as there still remains quite a bit of activity without all the crowds that you can expect at any other time of the year.
The annual festival des Idéo, offers screening "en plein aire" (outdoors) at the Bellevilloise 19-21 rue Boyer in Paris' 20th district.
While the Moonlight Cinema festival is larger and more widespread all over Paris, the advantage of the Fesitval des Idéo for non-French speaking travelers is that it screens old silent movies.
The loft space also offers a digital installation for kids and the screenings. Tickets are from 4-6.50€ while some shows are free. Purchase 5 tickets for 25€. Visit the Bellevilloise site for more details.
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