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1st district

Royal Palace Gardens
Metro Pyramids. 6h30-23h.
A beautiful plateau, punctuated by the concerts of ONJ and Keren Ann. 4.30 pm: fanfare, harmony and amateur choir. 7pm: Young talent Riffx. 19h30: popular mastery of the Opéra Comique. 8 pm: The Hymn to Joy, by mastering the Opéra Comique and the National Jazz Orchestra (ONJ). 8:05 pm: the ONJ plays his new creation around Ornette Coleman. 9:30 pm: Keren Ann with her latest album, Blue.

Palace Square
Metro Louvre – Royal Palace. 18h-0:30.
From maloya to dancehall to séga piqué, come and dance to the popular music of Reunion.

Louvre Museum
Metro Louvre – Royal Palace. 22h30-23h30.
An exceptional concert under the direction of Daniel Harding. At the head of his beloved Orchester de Paris for the last time, the young and charismatic conductor will direct an extract of Berlioz's Troyens and Brahms' Violin Concerto with great violinist Janine Jansen.

2nd district

2nd town hall
Metro Bourse. 8 Bank Street. 19h20-23h30.
Coming from the alternative rock scene of the late 80s, the choristers disguised L'Echo Râleur take over Elvis, The Clash and Dalida. Then place at Bal PoP, between surboum and rock concert.

3rd district

Kiosque of Temple Square
Subway Temple. 19h-21h.
The Choir of Paris has deposited its statutes in … 1936! Since then, this four-part mixed choir draws mainly on the repertoire of the labor movement.

Museum of Art and History of Judaism
Metro Rambuteau. 71, rue du Temple. 21h-22.30.
Grown in Tel Aviv, singer Magi Hikri defends her beautiful project, "Middle East and Beats" where Yemeni Jewish liturgy and Oum Kalthoum songs hit hip-hop and electro.

4th borough

Holocaust Memorial
Metro City Hall. 17, rue Geoffroy-l'Asnier. 19h-23.30.
From Jean Ferrat to Rita Mitsouko, the artists of the Hall of the song make heard the music which participated to raise the silence on the Holocaust and the roundup. The Josef Josef group then plays Yiddish, Gypsy, Balkan and Slav songs mixed with pop-rock sounds.

Le Marcounet Barge
Metro City Hall. Quay of the Hôtel-de-Ville. 18h30-0h.
The brass band Lulu & The Comets All-Stars has been operating for twenty years, but his passion for the well-bred groove is intact. Jazz, soul, funk, hip-hop … Free your mind and your ass will follow!

5th district

Arenas of Lutetia
Metro Place Monge. 49, rue Monge. 18h-21h.
Designed by four students, the project Axis Floyd Project reproduces the legendary concert given by Pink Floyd in Pompeii in 1972. Perhaps less spectacular, but the passion is there!

Irish Cultural Center
Metro Place Monge. 5, rue des Irlandais. 18h-22h.
All the diversity of Irish music with Joshua Burnside (indie folk), Notify (neo trad), which invites the singer Síomha, and finally Wyvern Lingo (between pop and R'n'B).

College of Bernardins
Metro Cardinal Lemoine. 20, rue de Poissy. 20h30-22h30.
Creation of the French-Tunisian singer Abir Nasraoui, Salam Pacem celebrates peace in a program composed of Sufi songs from the Muslim tradition and Christian songs from the rites of the Byzantine and Latin churches.

6th district

Hungarian Institute
Metro Saint-Sulpice. 92, rue Bonaparte. 20h-22h.
An interpreter of the great pianistic and orchestral repertoire, capable of transcribing any classical work to the accordion, Basha Slavinska is a recognized virtuoso of his instrument.

Ministry of Education
Metro Solferino. 110, rue de Grenelle. 17h30-22h.
The choirs and orchestras of students from Ile-de-France, from a dozen institutions, follow one another in a repertoire that sweeps from Saint-Saëns to Daft Punk.

7th district

Grand Chancellery of the Legion of Honor
Metro Solferino. 2, rue de la Legion-d'Honneur. 18h30-20h30.
At 6.30 pm, musical trompe aubade under the direction of Nicolas Dromer, in front of the museum of the Legion of Honor. Continuation of the evening at 19:30 in the palace, where formations meet in three new creations of Nicolas Dromer and parts of Jules Cantin or Hubert Heinrich.

Italian Cultural Institute
Metro Rue du Bac. 50, rue de Varenne. 20h-22h.
The violinist Uto Ughi, who began his career at 12 before joining the greatest orchestras, played on a Guarneri del Gesù of 1744 and a Stradivarius "Kreutzer" of 1701. He performed with the pianist Bruno Canino on compositions of Pugnani, Tartini, Paganini, etc.

8th district

Church of St. Andrew of Europe
Metro Place de Clichy. 24 bis St. Petersburg Street. 17h-22.30.
Devoted to the organ, the festival Komm, Bach! ends in fireworks. 5 pm: counter-tenor Michael Koné sings Bach … and funk. 18h: the organist Thierry Guffroy plays Bach, Chaminade and Robert M. Helmschrott, in the presence of the latter. 7 pm: Peter Bannister and Jennifer Young (Bach, Barber, Rorem, Poulenc). 20h: Bruno Beaufils of Guérigny (Franck, Escaich, Helmschrott). 9pm: Esther Assuied, Samuel Campet and Simon Defromont (Bach or Helmschrott).

Big palace
Metro Champs-Elysees Clemenceau. 3, av. Eisenhower. 18h30-19h30.
The exhibition "Red" is an opportunity to celebrate Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Kabalevsky, Roslavets and Mossolov with the lyric singers of the conservatories, and the participation of the mezzo-soprano Yaroslava Kosina. Download your invitation on

Metro Madeleine, 28 Boulevard des Capucines. 20h-1h.
It has become a habit, France Inter invests the mythical hall of the Boulevard des Capucines. The stage is once again solid with rapper skater Lomepal, Belgian rockers Balthazar, the British funk band Jungle, the electro-vocal singer Jeanne Added and the velvet voice of Clara Luciani.

9th district

Museum of Romantic Life
Metro Saint-Georges. 16, rue Chaptal. 18h-22h.
A meeting of amateur singers, the Les Goûts ensemble choir presents Rossini's solemn Mass.

Metro Madeleine, 28 Boulevard des Capucines. 20h-1h.
It has become a habit, France Inter invests the mythical hall of the Boulevard des Capucines. The stage is once again solid with rapper skater Lomepal, Belgian rockers Balthazar, the British funk band Jungle, the electro-vocal singer Jeanne Added and the velvet voice of Clara Luciani. A tribute will certainly be paid to Philippe Zdar, half of the Cassius duo, suddenly disappeared on the evening of June 19th.
Free admission Within the limit of available seats.

10th district

1, rue Dieu
Metro Jacques-Bonsergent. 18h30-1h.
Former fanfare of Bridges and Roads, the fanfare SPB takes again tubes of the French song, Latin or Balkan music, soul and Afrobeat.

95, quai de Valmy
Subway Gare de l'Est. 17h-2h.
Electro at the edge of the Canal Saint-Martin with the collective E-Klozin ': Alan Aaron, Alex Xela, Nico Smy, Tacky, and X-Ponk.

11th district

Ivory banana
Metro Faidherbe-Chaligny. 10, rue de la Forge-Royale. 18h-0:30.
Percussions and dances on the rhythms of the offbeat coupe, the temato, the zaouli or the gbégbé, around a plate of aloko or attiéké.

Ave Maria
Metro Parmentier. 1, rue Jacquard. 19h-1h.
Head of the Japan Connection Festival, Make It Deep presents a DJ set with Into The Deep, AKA Jetboy and Make It Deep Soundsystem.

12th district

Bercy Village
Metro Court Saint-Emilion. 18h-22.30.
18h: Between folk and pop, Kat Galie presents his Moonlight EP. 7:15 pm: song with Yadam, finalist of Nouvelle Star in 2018. 8:30 pm: pop and groove felted with Ehla, little sister of Clara Luciani. 9:30 pm: Yaaster presents himself as a dandy inspired by Prince, Jackson and George Benson.

Lyon station
Subway Gare de Lyon. Parvis. 20h-23h.
The Bachiques Bouzouks (accordion, double bass, banjo) distribute the lyrics of Mistral winner, The Punching Lilac … Sing now!

13th district

Place de la Commune
Metro Corvisart. 20h-2h.
The Cistones group combines guitars and machines by citing the influence of Detroit techno, french touch, electro berlin and rock from Nirvana or The White Stripes.

14th district

Montsouris Park
Metro Cité Universitaire. 18h-21h.
The Mazurcade group interprets traditional tunes with hurdy-gurdy, bagpipe, violin, Irish flute, oboe, etc. Another atmosphere with the High Tree Sound System, which perches its turntables in the trees and connects to solar panels to play reggae, cumbia and afrobeat.

15th district

15th Town Hall
Metro Vaugirard. 31, rue Péclet. 20h-1h.
From Schubert to the dance floor! 8 pm: concert in the village hall of Roustem Saitkoulov (piano), and the young Maxime Grizard (cello). 22h: DJ on the forecourt (funk, hip-hop, electro).

16th district

Trocadero gardens
Metro Trocadero. 18h-2h.
The association Video Paris offers demonstrations and initiations to kizomba, music and sensual dance from Angola.

17th district

Jean-Jacques-Henner Museum
Wagram Metro. 43, av. of Villiers. 12h-20h.
Devoted to the painter Jean-Jacques Henner, the museum hosts classical concerts in its winter garden, in partnership with the Alfred-Cortot School of Music in Paris.

18th district

Institute of Islamic Cultures
Underground Château-Rouge. 18, rue Léon. 20h-22h.
Singer and violinist, Aïda Nosrat is nourished by her Iranian roots, while guitarist Babak Amir Mobasher grew up in Christian traditions. Together they invent a world of flamenco, gypsy jazz and Persian poetry.

Metro The Fork. 10, Hégésippe-Moreau Street. 17h-1h.
Karambole is transformed into an open-air club by inviting one of the figures of the Berlin electro scene: Peter Schumann, programmer of KaterBlau and manager of the label Bar 25 Music. Also with Matthus Raman, Deviant Lads, Aikom and Kureuil.

Suzanne-Valadon Square
Metro Antwerp. 19h30-0h.
The 80 percussionists of Timbao draw their rhythms in the Afro-Brazilian tradition and samba-reggae, to which they add original creations and spectacular choreographies.

19th district

A madness
Metro Porte de la Villette. 26, av. Corentin-Cariou. 16h-3h.
Sound system in the Parc de la Villette with a nice batch of DJs covering the whole range of electronic music: Transterror, Guillaume Biau, Polair, F / Cken Chipotle, Tony Regazzoni, Lali Kaki and Pepiita.

Wild Cabaret
Metro Porte de la Villette. 211, av. Jean Jaurès. 18h-6h
The Ricard Live Music Company is experimenting with a new format by investing the Wild Cabaret for twelve hours. On the menu: live shows by Omar Jr, Iñigo Montoya and Mauvais Œil, a sound system led by Pain Surprises, Cracki Records and Brain Magazine, as well as a garden party run by the Tsugi team.

20th district

Sarah Bernhardt Square
Metro Porte de Vincennes. 18h-23h.
The Council of Quartier Plaine-Lagny is setting up a four-concert series of varieties, funk, rock and electro to finish. 18h: Boulevard of the elongated. 7:15 pm: B and the Cool Keys. 8:30 pm: Freight. 9:45 pm: Monitors.

Around Paris

Seine-et-Marne 77

Holy place
House of Cultures and Arts. 86, rue de Paris. 18h-23.30.
A solid triple plateau brings together the Cuban sound of Barrio Del Este, Ycare with his fourth album, Adieu I love you, and finally the rock of La Jarry. Choirs from schools and associations open the evening.

Yvelines 78

Park Charles-de-Gaulle.
Av Charles-de-Gaulle. 18h-23.30.
Local bands precede The White Lady (9:30 pm), nicknamed behind which is Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, daughter of Jesus "Aguaje" Ramos, who was a member of the Buena Vista Social Club. Cigar with the beak, the Cuban alternates nueva cumbia and dancehall with a radiant energy.

Malesherbes Hall. 1, Castle Square. 20h30-22h30.
Directly inspired by the brass bands of New Orleans, the nine Parisian musicians of NOLA French Connection released an excellent album last September. Between jazz, funk and hip-hop, a highly recommended concert.

Essonne 91

Esplanade of the Escale. Rue Henri-Douard. 18h30-0h.
The Rack'am program Soviet Suprem, consisting of
John Lenin (R.Wan of Java) and Sylvester Stalin (Toma of The Caravan passes). Parody and festive, the band promises to slash the champagne with a sickle to celebrate its new album, Marx Attack. On the menu too, the National Reggae Ensemble, Clara Jo and Brétigny's current music classes.

Human Rights Square and Citizen's Square. 19h30-1h.
On the scene of French rap, Youssoupha is already a veteran. But his fifth album, Polaroïd Experience, is of high quality and he excels in concert. First part with El Señor Igor, an African storyteller between folk and calypso.

Gros-Buisson Park. 16, rue du Pdt-Salvador-Allende. 20h-23h.
He released his first album, Ça va mieux, merci, last year. Nans Vincent dresses the French song with rock or electro orchestrations, himself at the crossroads of Zazie and Prodigy. In the first part, the pop-rock band I Teceo Renaissance.

Hauts-de-Seine 92

Henri-Matisse Park. 13, rue de Bagneux. 18h-0:30.
First evening of the Créa'Parc festival, marked by the arrival of CunninLynguists, spearhead of independent American hip-hop. Also with the collective ASM (A State of Mind), close to Chinese Man, the rapper Sétois Dab Rozer, finally the funk groups Noflipe and Funk Fusion.

Caf'Muz. Rue Michelet. 21h-23.30.
Chaabi and Kabyle music with Kamel Mesbah who, with his mandola, perpetuates the heritage of Sheikh El Hasnaoui and Mohamed El Anka.

Kiosque of Sainte-Barbe Park. Av. Dolivet. 18h30-20h.
The Parisian duo Bloody Claps plays a music influenced by the rockabilly, the garage and the stoner. It is preceded by the rock repeats of the band MOI.

Seine-Saint-Denis 93

Park of the Hotel-de-Ville. 1, rue de Quétigny. 20h30-23h30.
Popularized by his albums Resumption of Negotiations (2005) and Infréquentable (2008), Bénabar goes through Epinay to defend his youngest, The Beginning of the sequel.

Av. Jean-Jaurès. 20h-23h
Originally from Guinea-Bissau, Kdessa came up in the semifinals of the Sankofa Soul Contest. With the group Champagn ', she sings soul and funk with African and electronic elements.

Bar-restaurant La Fontaine. 47, Armand-Carrel Street. 17h-3h.
The label Contrasted Records presents two of his foals before the release of their albums: Adler, author and composer between jazz and pop, and Fayakortez, who evolves between reggae, pop and rap.

General stores. 1, rue de l'Ancien-Canal. 19h-0h.
The General Stores inaugurate the exhibition "Futures of Love" and three weeks of festival devoted to electronic music. The DJ sets of this first night are devolving
at Cracki Records and Mic Mac, in addition to Jeanne Spaeter's performance It's Pain, and Chavki's interventions.

Val-de-Marne 94

The counter. 95, rue Roublot. 20h-0h.
Among the few French bands who love ethio-jazz (fusion of Ethiopian traditions, jazz and funk), Akalé Wube is a must so that his fourth album, Mistakes on Purpose, was recorded with the legend Girma Bèyènè. A sophisticated groove that plunges us into total bliss.

Green Theater Park Europe. 77, rue Victor-Basch. 21h-22.30.
Born in Creteil, Sheila is invited by the neighboring city of Thiais, to give a concert with the group H-Taag, which now supports it. Icon yéyé and disco star, his sympathy capital is intact.

Val d'Oise 95

Berges Park. Bd Heloise. 20h30-22h.
After nearly forty years of career, Amadou and Mariam continue to advocate peace on haunting jokes. To see on stage, if only for the magnificent guitar game of Amadou Bagayoko.

Esplanade of Paris. 18h-3h.
The La Ruche association, which promotes culture in Val-d'Oise, is celebrating its 15th anniversary. 18h: DJ. 18:30: Meruem (song, soul). 19h: Connection (song, soul). 7:30 pm: Amisse (urban pop). 8pm: Dance by the Hope association. 8:30 pm: DJ. 21h: the group of Bogota Ghetto Kumbé (Afro electro Colombian). 22:30: mix hip-hop, dancehall, funk and tropical with the DJs of La Ruche.

Nautilus Square. 19h-23.30.
A singular craftsman in slam and song, Barcella released his fourth album, Soleil, in 2018, the title of which translates the warmth of his humor and poetry jokes. 7 AC, Trois Six Cinq and the duo Maxime and Julien precede it in the first part.

Picasso Cultural Center. Rue Guy-de-Maupassant. 20h30-23h.
Singer-songwriter influenced by Cabrel, Aude Henneville was a finalist in the first season of The Voice and has released two albums since. Draft Company's Irish music completes the evening.

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