Take a look at the city's most famous music festival
Published on Tuesday, 5 May 2015 in the category Entertainment
As spring segues into summer, Paris is about to stage one of its most exciting annual music festivals. Fete de la Musique is a unique event that invites musicians to play in a host of venues and sites all over the city, and the 34th edition will take place on June 21st 2015. Hotel Paris France is an inspired choice for a visit to Music Day, and is ideally situated for easy access to any part of the capital.
You'll discover music of every type or genre in a vast range of venues and settings, both traditional and unusual on June 21st. Fête de la Music was established in 1982, and 34 years later it is one of France's most successful exports. Now taking place in over a 100 cities around the globe, Fete de la Musique has inspired a generation. Spectators come from all over the world to be a part of the original and biggest music festival of all, as musicians converge on the streets of Paris for Music Day 2015.
Plan your day or simply follow the music
Fete de la Musique is both an intimate neighbourhood event and a city wide experience. Each neighbourhood has its own version and whether that means impromptu shows on a street corner in the Marais, or a world class symphony orchestra at the Grand Palais there is something to appeal to all tastes. Every imaginable genre is represented at Music Day, including opera and classical, jazz and electro, world music, rock, pop and indie.
A diverse selection of venues will throw open their doors, allowing you to catch musical performances in the capital's famous gardens and parks, museums and galleries, universities and schools or cafes and restaurants. You're just as likely to see musicians play in metro stations and squares or on the banks of the River Seine, and you're certain to enjoy a truly memorable day.
An event that attracts participants of every age group
There really is something for everyone at Fete de la Musique and this friendly and inspiring music festival appeal to every age group. Even the youngest members of the family will love joining in singing sessions in the park, while those with more refined tastes will find the symphonies and classical shows at the glittering Grand Palais irresistible.
Rock fans make their way to Place de la Republique for new and established bands, while indie lovers go to Denfers-Rochereau to dance the day away. See jazz musicians on the streets or catch the latest world music in galleries or gardens. The beauty of Music Day is that anything goes, and you can choose to follow the sound of music or consult the programme for planned events.
Whatever your musical preferences, you're certain of a relaxed and comfortable stay at Hotel Paris France, where our friendly staff are on hand to help with directions or assistance.
Consult the event program
Hotel Paris France, a charming 2-star hotel near the Louvre
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