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Concert Halls in Paris

After seeing the most important tourist sites in Paris, there comes the time for cultural events. A nice concert in a glamorous concert hall will be a wonderful idea for all music fans. The concert halls in Paris are housed in beautiful buildings and many of them offer more than 5,000 seats and incredible performances. Le Zénith, which hosts all kinds of concerts and guarantees a wonderful time in the middle of the large La Villette park, is one of the most renowned music halls in the French capital. Olympia hall is another famous music hall with a varied programme, including classical music as well as concerts featuring popular music. Various other shows are offered by Pigall’s, La Cigale, Centre Pompidou and Champs-Élysées Concert Hall.


Baiser Salé
Address: 58, Rue des Lombards
Phone: +33 1 42 33 37 71
e-mail: [email protected]
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 20:00 -04:00

Price: 2 - 8 EUR
Website: http://www.lebaisersale.com/
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This concert hall features bar and jazz club. Music concerts are played here almost everyday.
Bercy ( P.O.P.B. )
Address: 8, Boulevard de bercy
Phone: +33 1 53 33 80 52

Website: http://www.bercy.fr/
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Bercy is a big facility that may seat over 18 000 spectators. Several great music concerts are held here every year. In the past such artists and groups like: Celine Dion, Depeche Mode, Iron Maiden, The Rolling Stones, Pearl Jam and Madonna performed here.
Features: Restaurant, bar
Casino de Paris
Address: 16, rue de Clichy
Phone: +33 1 49 95 22 27
e-mail: [email protected]

Price: 33 - 39 EUR
Website: http://www.casinodeparis.fr/
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This great facility is greatly located in the city centre of Paris near St. Lazare railway station. Thus you can reach it either by train (underground) or bus.
Features: Theatre
Casino de Paris Theatre
Address: 16, rue de Clichy

Price: 33 - 39 EUR
Website: http://www.casinodeparis.fr
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The Casino de Paris is a historic spectacle hall, located in the 9th district. In 1730, Duke Richelieu and Marshal Louis François Armand of Vignerot du Plessis constructed a place where Louis XV could organise spectacles of his choice. In 1779 Baron d'Ogny bought it and renamed it Folie-Richelieu. It was ran by the young Fortunée Hamelin. In 1811 it was turned into an immense attraction park, which was demolished in 1851. The church Sainte-Trinité de Paris was built on its place. Later, Baron Haussmann ordered to built the church at the lower place and a leisure lobby emerged on its former grounds. It included a skating rink. In 1880 part of the skating rink was turned into the Palace theatre that was an immense success. In 1914 the theatre was bought by Raphaël Beretta who transformed it into a movie theatre and a music hall. Due to the bombardments of 1918, the theatre was closed. After the war it was reopened, introducing the famous Mistinguett and Maurice Knight into its troop. In 1922, the theatre was destroyed by a fire and had to be rebuilt. In 1930 Joséphine Baker achieved immense success on its desks and was pronounced the Queen of the Music-Hall. In the spring of 1940, due to the German occupation, the theatre was once again closed to be reopened In 1959 by Line Renaud. In 1970, Zizi Jeanmaire became the star of the theatre together with the choreographer Roland Small. On 5 January, 1980 the Casino closed down due to economic problems. It was reopened in 1982. However, the music-hall wasn't very successful. Today the Casino de Paris is a performance hall, where jazz, rock, classical music, and opera music is often performed.
Centre Pompidou
Address: Place Georges Pompidou
Phone: +33 1 44 78 12 3

Website: http://www.centrepompidou.fr
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Centre Georges Pompidou is renowned Parisian building which houses museum, art gallery, concert hall and many facilities.
Features: Museum, art gallery, bar
Champs-Elysées Concert Hall
Address: 15 Avenue Montaigne
Phone: +33 1 49 52 50 0
e-mail: [email protected]

Price: 10 - 50 EUR
Website: http://www.theatrechampselysees.fr
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Champs-Elysées Concert Hall is one of the most famous operas in Paris. Thus it is a must for all music lovers.
Features: Facilities for disabled people
Cithéa
Address: 112 rue Oberkampf
Phone: +33 1 4021 7095
e-mail: [email protected]

Website: http://www.cithea.org/
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Cithea is a nice and peaceful concert hall that is recommended for everyone who want to relax.
Features: Bar
Duc des Lombards
Address: 21, Boulevard Sébastopol
Phone: +33 1 42 94 97 7
e-mail: [email protected]

Website: http://www.ducdeslombards.fr/
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Duc des Lombards is renowned and very nice jazz club considered to be one of the best in Paris.
Features: Bar
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