The Fête de la Musique fills the streets of Paris with music on 21 June 2022 for its 40th edition! All evening long, music lovers are treated to an exceptional and eclectic programme by well-known artists and young talents in all areas of the capital. This is one of the most popular events in Paris.
The line-up is vast, so here is a selection of not-to-miss events:
5e arr. – 21 June
The Arènes de Lutèce, the capital’s iconic Roman site is the arena for the Fête de la Musique. It welcomes spectators for concerts by Metronomy, Ibeyi, Bertrand Belin, Laurent Bardainne and Tigre d'Eau Douce, Emma-Jean Thackray
49 rue Monge, 75005, Paris
8, 11e arr. – 21 June
A fan of karaoke? Go along to BAM Karaoké for a one-of-a-kind experience! Either at Parmentier, Etoile or Madeleine, step onto the terrace for free and show your talent performing the greatest hits!
15 arr. – 21 June
The 15th arrondissement celebrates music! And it is on the square of the town hall in the 15th that the 6th edition of the EF Festival takes place from 6pm to 12.30am. On the programme: Hugo Cantarra, Nataly K, Faul & Wad, Klymvx, Boris Way, LifeLike, Damien N-Drix and Upsilone!
Parvis de la mairie du 15e, 75015 Paris
7e arr. – 21 June
On this evening of the Fête de la Musique, the music will be Electro next to the Péniche Concorde Atlantique. On the programme: Phantom Traffic, Baz et Basses. Lots of atmosphere guaranteed!
23 quai Anatole France, 7e arr.
1er arr. 21 June
Go down to the Palais Royal from 5.30pm for a magical Fête de la Musique evening event. To mark the occasion, Sopico, Zaho de Sagazan, Choeur de chambre les Métaboles, Marie Perbost, Anne Paceo, Julien Clerc, DakhaBrakha, and Temenik Electric will be performing in this wonderful setting.
Domaine National du Palais-Royal, Place Colette, Galerie du Théatre Français, 1er arr.
13eme arr. - 21 June
A masked ball on the evening of Fête de la Musique! Put on your best clothes and come and enjoy a superb DJ set, food trucks and the opportunity to see the exhibition Les Aliénés du Mobilier. A great evening in prospect!
42 avenue des Gobelins - 13eme arr.
1er arr. - 21 June
The Louvre Museum’s iconic pyramid is the backdrop for an exceptional concert on the evening of the Fête de la Musique. The Orchestre de Paris, directed by the Finnish conductor Klaus Mäkelä will give a free performance of Symphony No. 9 in D minor WAB 109 by Anton Bruckner. A magical place for a memorable concert.
Rue de Rivoli - 1er arr.