Vue extérieure sur le 360 Paris Music Factory

360 Paris Music Factory

Creation, production, concerts, food…The **360 Paris Music Factory** is a new venue devoted entirely to music at the heart of northern Paris’s Barbès neighbourhood.

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How can we protect the cultural diversity that makes musical creation so rich? That is the aim of the 360 Paris Music Factory, a hybrid space designed by architect Gaétan Engasser and run masterfully by Saïd Assadi.

The vast venue, spanning 1,000 m2 over 5 floors, stands proud like an ivory ocean liner on the corner of Rue Léon and Rue Myrha, in a vibrant neighbourhood at the foot of Montmartre.

It is also a bold and innovative laboratory of ideas which aims to foster all stages of music creation, from production to distribution, under one roof.

Open to all musical genres, the 360 Paris Music Factory has a 300-seat concert venue which stages 200 concerts a year, including the Au fil des voix festival, which brings together the greatest voices in the world each year.

It also boasts a 70-cover restaurant serving simple, responsible, healthy food with myriad influences spanning the Caribbean, Latin America, Africa, South-East Asia and Japan.

In a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, tuck in to exotic tapas from the world over, from organic vegetable tempura, to creole octopus, to grilled king prawns with lemongrass, savour stews, salads and soups, all accompanied by an enviable selection of cocktails you can sip at the bar.

The 360 Paris Music Factory is also home to 8 artists in residence, as well as rehearsal studios.

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32 rue Myrha
75018 Paris 18ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round between 6 pm and 12 am.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    32 rue Myrha
    75018 Paris 18ème

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