Be part of the most famous music festival in Paris
Published on 4 May 2015, dans Entertainment
A music festival in Paris is the perfect start to summer, and a wonderful way to enhance your stay at Hotel Royal Cardinal. Now in its 34th year, Fete de la Musique, or Music Day, will take place on June 21st 2015. It’s one of the most famous events of its type and attracts spectators and participants from every corner of the globe. Be sure that you don’t miss this fun day out in Paris by booking your stay at Hotel Royal Cardinal in advance.
The hotel is a comfortable and stylish base from which to enjoy every type of music as artists from every genre take to the streets. The city welcomes musicians to its unique spaces, and you’re as likely to enjoy a spur of the moment performance in the Metro station as you are to catch a world class show in one the capital’s fine buildings.
A thrilling day out that is mimicked all over the world
See rock, jazz, pop, opera, world music, electronic, indie and classical music played in an array of unusual and exciting settings as Paris celebrates Fete de la Musique 2015. The first Music Day took place in 1982 and this fabulous festival is now one of France’s most successful musical exports. Over 100 cities in 5 continents stage their own version, bringing the joy of music on the streets to a global audience.
Every part of Paris takes part, and each neighbourhood hosts a massive selection of planned and unplanned shows over the course of the day. Whether you’d like to see a stirring classical performance at the Grand Palais or whether you just feel like following the sound of jazz or pop on the streets, this friendly music festival is sure to be a fun day out with family or friends.
Venues all over Paris celebrate Fete de la Musique
All over the city beautiful venues invite musicians to take to the stage. See shows in the parks and gardens of Paris, on the platform of the Metro or on the banks of the River Seine. Museums and universities provide a magnificent backdrop to an eclectic selection of musical recitals and shows, and you’ll have fun being part of as many as you can fit in on 21st June.
The event attracts spectators of every age group and all musical tastes. A programme is available approximately one month before for those who like to plan ahead. Traditionally, rock fans make their way to Place de la Republique and indie fans head for Denfers-Rochereau. Classical enthusiasts are well catered for at the Grand Palais and of course opera lovers flock to the Opera Garnier district.
Whatever your preferences, you’ll enjoy a relaxed and comfortable stay at Hotel Royal Cardinal. Our friendly team is on hand should you require assistance with directions or any other detail that might ensure the success of your Fete de la Musique trip.
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Picture copyright holder: Dennis Jarvis, on Flickr
Hotel Royal Cardinal, a 2-star hotel in Paris, in the heart of the Latin Quarter