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My summer of fun in Paris Region

After many months of absence, festivals, shows, concerts and party venues are gradually reopening their doors to night owls. Find out where to find nocturnal fun in Paris this summer.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION: since August 9, 2021, to limit the spread of Covid-19, the presentation of a health pass is required at the entrance to cultural and leisure venues welcoming more than 50 visitors, cafes, restaurants and shopping malls, for all ones over 18.

After the long period of restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Paris is finally getting back to its normal self.

A family picnic in a converted railway station, chilling with friends on disused railway tracks transformed into an urban garden, a drink for two in the open air while listening to a concert, marvelling at a show, then dancing from nightfall, watching a film under a starry sky or watching a firework display… This summer, Paris is ready for some fun. So, get out there and enjoy yourself!

The latest news on going out

Whether you’re looking for news, information on events or new activities, including the latest trends, the focus is on keeping you up-to-date and making you want to get out and have some fun.

Our fun-filled summer

Epicurean souls, inveterate festival goers or those just looking for fun things to do this summer, our inspirational top selections, themed guides and ideas for trips are designed to help you to explore Paris and its region.

Our favourites for fun in summer 2021

Festivals, concerts, open-air cinema, candlelit evenings, pop-up bars, new spaces, open-air cafés, sound and light shows, fireworks displays, one-off events… Find here our selection of locations and events to quench your thirst for fun.

Even more ideas for the new 2021 summer season in Paris Region

From the beginning of June to the end of August, Paris and its region are bending over backwards to offer you a summer full of possibilities. The Musée d’Orsay is reopening its doors and Coco Chanel is coming to the Palais Galliera, the restaurants are laying out plates of all sizes, the open-air leisure islands have a holiday feel, the shop windows will make you look, the festivals are ramping up the sound and the gardens are rolling out their green carpets for memorable picnics. We’ve missed it so much! Get your fill of other ideas according to your tastes.

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