“The Fête de la Musique, also known as Make Music Day or World Music Day, is an annual music celebration taking place on June 21, the first day of summer in cities around the world. The concept of an all-day musical celebration on the days of the solstice, was originated by American musician Joel Cohen, who spent two seasons as a producer of musical radio programs for the French National Radio (France Musique). The idea later was adapted as a national celebration each June 21 in France and made official by the French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang. The festival later became celebrated in 120 countries around the world.”
There is so much concerts, shows and party everywhere in Paris, that most of the time it’s difficult to choose between the multitude of things you can do in the day.
Prestigious has selected for you the best events to go and how to schedule your day and enjoy the music day in the best way ! :
Concerts at Place de La République :
Deezer invested La place de la Republique with 10 hours of concerts, shows, DJ sets and animations : Find also: Skip the Use group, French group Tha Trickaz electronic music, or the talented Jeanne Added or La fine Equipe Dj Set !
Brasilian sound at Studio de l’ermitage :
It is around this typical Brazilian instrument, cavaquinho, symbol of samba de roda, that the music festival in Studio de l’Ermitage will take place. The program : meetings, open stage and concert of Roda do Cavaco till the night !
16:30 – 17:40
Opera & choir at Philharmonie de Paris :
The Philharmonie de Paris invites you to vibrate on an unforgettable experience by inviting soloists Luba Orgonasova, Petra Lang, Matthias Goerne and Michael Schade and the Orchestre de Paris Choir, accompanied by 500 amateur singers to rediscover the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven.
Festival 36h Saint Eustache
19:30 – 00:30
Ricard live Music, Place Denfert Rochereau :
This year the Ricard Live Music invites, on the Place Denfert-Rochereau, Isaac Delusion, Smokey Joe & The Kid and Fuzeta for a mix of hip hop and electric sound with new generation pop & percussions beats determined to make you dance !
Oriental vibes at l’Institut du monde arabe :
Cultural dialogue with : DJ Nadbil, Djazia Satour (rock-soul), “My guitar is called back” with Yvan Le Boloch, Leïla (Tunisian and Oriental songs), Toufik Oumenassi (Algerian Châabi and variety) and Naoufel (Moroccan Châabi , reggada, Rif and rai) on the forecourt of the institute.