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What's On This Weekend In Paris

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Updated: 29 June 2016
The weekend has arrived, and with it a whirlwind of exciting activities and events. From rooftop bars to amazing plays, here are the best things to see and do this weekend in Paris!

FRIDAY, JUNE 24h

DRINKS | Le Perchoir Marais

Toast the arrival of the warm weather with a cocktail while taking in the stunning views of the celebrated Parisian rooftops from Le Perchoir Marais.

Courtesy of Le Perchoir, © Aude Boissaye/ Studio Cui Cui
Courtesy of Le Perchoir, | © Aude Boissaye/ Studio Cui Cui

FESTIVAL | Paris Jazz Festival – Grand Pianoramax

Grand Pianoramax’s brand of jazz is both wild and resourceful by balancing their mastery of keyboards and drums with poetry.

Brosella Folk & Jazz Omar Sosa © Jean-Luc Goffinet
Brosella Folk & Jazz Omar Sosa | © Jean-Luc Goffinet

SATURDAY, JUNE 25th

ART | Beat Generation At The Centre Pompidou

Dive into the thrilling world of the 1940s Beat Generation at the Pompidou’s multimedia exhibit and event series.

Le Centre Pompidou | © Matthias Mueller/Flickr
Le Centre Pompidou | © Matthias Mueller/Flickr

OUTDOORS | Rouen’s Medieval City

Travel out of the city and into the past to the medieval city of Rouen, a short train trip from Paris.

Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral, Rouen | © WikiCommons
Notre Dame de Rouen Cathedral, Rouen | © WikiCommons

SUNDAY, JUNE 26th

DANCE | New York City Ballet

Don’t miss the New York City Ballet’s three-week residency in Paris, their first visit to the French capital in nearly a decade!

Théâtre du Châtelet | ©Wikipedia Commons
Théâtre du Châtelet | ©Wikipedia Commons

THEATRE | Monsieur de Pourceaugnac at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord

William Christie’s Arts Florissants brings Lully’s music to the Molière hilarious classic in an unbridled production by Clément Hervieu-Léger of the Comédie Française.

Courtesy of Culture First
Courtesy of Culture First