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July 14th fireworks display

On 14 July 2024, a spectacular fireworks display will take place at the Eiffel Tower.

The fireworks

The fireworks are the most eagerly awaited event of the 14th of July. It is fired from the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadero gardens.

For this 14 July 2024, Parisians, French citizens and foreign visitors are invited to find out about the security and traffic perimeters before 26 July, as access to the Champ-de-Mars and Trocadéro is restricted due to the assembly of the competition sites. The fireworks will be broadcast live on France 2.

Timetable for the fireworks display on 14 July 2024: from 11pm to 11.35pm. The theme is "Liberty".

Le Concert de Paris - Symphonic Concert

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For this 12th year, due to the exceptional timing of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the symphony concert will not be held on the Champ-de-Mars but on the parvis de l'Hôtel de Ville at 9.15pm. Free of charge and without booking, it can also be followed live on France 2.

In conjunction with the fireworks display, the Orchestre National de France, the Radio France Choir and the Maîtrise de Radio France will be honouring the theme ‘thank you to everyday heroes’.

Conditions of access to the fireworks of 14 July 2024

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  • It is advised to arrive very early,
  • The following items are prohibited: glass bottles and alcoholic beverages, sharp objects, tools, means of locomotion, motorbike helmets, etc. Dogs (except guide dogs) are not permitted.

Closing times

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  • Line 1: Charles de Gaulle-Étoile (6.30am to 2pm), George V (6.30am to 2pm), Franklin D. Roosevelt (6.30am to 2pm), Champs-Élysées-Clémenceau (6.30am to 2pm), Concorde (6.30am to 2pm), Tuileries (6.30am to 2pm),
  • Line 2: Charles de Gaulle-Étoile (6.30am to 2pm),
  • Line 6: Charles-de-Gaulle Étoile (6.30am to 2pm), Cambronne (from 7pm), Kléber (from 7pm), Passy (from 7pm), Trocadéro (from 7pm), Bir-Hakeim (from 7pm), Dupleix (from 7pm), Boissière (from 11pm), La Motte-Picquet Grenelle (from 11pm), Sèvres-Lecourbe (from 11pm),
  • Line 8: Concorde (6.30am to 2pm), École Militaire (from 7pm), Invalides (from 7pm), La Tour-Maubourg (from 7pm), La Motte-Picquet Grenelle (from 11pm),
  • Line 9: Franklin D. Roosevelt (6.30am to 2pm), Trocadéro (from 7pm), Alma-Marceau (from 7pm), Iéna (from 7pm), Rue de la Pompe (from 7pm),
  • Line 10: Javel - André Citroën, La Motte-Picquet Grenelle, Église d'Auteuil, Avenue Émile Zola, Boulogne Pont de Saint-Cloud, Boulogne Jean Jaurès, Chardon Lagache, Charles Michels, Michel-Ange Auteuil, Michel-Ange Molitor, Mirabeau, Porte d'Auteuil, Ségur (all from 7pm), La Motte-Picquet Grenelle (from 11pm),
  • Line 12: Concorde (6.30am to 2pm),
  • Line 13: Champs-Élysées-Clémenceau (6.30am to 2pm), Invalides (from 7pm), Saint-François-Xavier (from 7pm), Varenne (from 7pm),
  • RER A: Charles de Gaulle-Étoile (6.30am to 2pm),
  • RER C: Champ-de-Mars Tour Eiffel (from 3pm), Pont de l'Alma (from 7pm), Avenue du Président Kennedy - Maison de Radio France (from 7pm), Javel (from 7pm), Invalides (from 7pm).

In general, bus and tram services will stop at 10pm on 13 and 14 July 2024. However, the metro and RER will run at their usual times.

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