Techno Parade

What if the streets of Paris could be transformed into an open-air dancefloor? This is whole point of the highly successful Techno Parade, which ends the summer festivities in style. See you on the 24th of September 2022!

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The Techno Parade is finally making a comeback on September 24th 2022 in the streets of Paris, after two successive cancellations due to Covid-19!

Paris’s summer of electronic music events culminates in the giant party that is the Techno Parade. Its procession of floats brings a welcome dose of techno music to the streets of the French capital. On board, the city's most fashionable DJs pump out throbbing techno beats over a 5 km route stretching from Place d'Italie to the Louvre. The route changes every year and at the time of writing has not yet been revealed. We can however announce that among the guests of honour who will mix on the route, we find the Ukrainian DJ Xenia who performed in the courtyard of the Elysée during the Fête de la Musique. Her participation in the Techno Parade is highly symbolic, as it aims to be ever more free.

The former Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, created this event on the model of the Berlin "Love Parade", to honour all electronic music, a musical genre that was neglected or even misunderstood in 1998. And the bet is more than successful! For almost 25 years now, more than 400,000 people have been following this procession to get their ears wet. A great popular festival not to be missed under any circumstances!

And to extend the event into the night, head for Le Périphérique in the parc de La Villette for the official after-party. The largest open-air venue in the capital will keep you dancing until 2am to the sounds of KAS:ST, Xenia, Headless Horseman, Alignment and Nastya Muravyova! Book your tickets now!

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Place de la Bastille
75011 Paris 11ème

Days and opening hours

Saturday 24 September 2022.



Spoken languages

  • French
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