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After a long day sightseeing in Paris, what could be better than making the most of the city’s jazz legacy and chilling out to live music in the evening? Whether you want to kick back to some blues on an authentic Parisian barge, dance to 1920s jazz in ancient underground cellars, or sit back and enjoy big band swing on a terrace overlooking the Eiffel Tower, our guide has you covered.
Who’s to say that you have to enjoy jazz music indoors when you can listen to it on a boat? This authentic peniche built in 1925, offers tapas-styled delicacies such as tacos, guacamole and chorizo for bargain prices while putting on an energetic jazz show. Situated on the Quai de l’Hôtel de ville of the Seine, with incredible views of Notre Dame, listening to a two-piece jazz band while sipping Champagne and watching the boats go by is a great way to spend a few hours. They often host parties and have an outside bar on the terrace open from May to October. Nearly 200 people can dine at the makeshift tables of the terrace and in the main room of the barge itself, making it one of the most unusual and lively venues to enjoy jazz in the whole of Paris.