Roland Garros | Now – June 5
Ticket sales to the public are now over, unless you can find some tickets for resale and last minute offers. We at Savoir Faire Paris have purchased several tickets, so if you’re interested to buy some tickets, please get in touch and we’ll let you know what we have on offer. Get in quick before they all sell out! If you’re lucky enough to already have your tickets sorted, then we hope you enjoy the tennis and everything that comes with the Roland Garros period of the year!


Korean Restaurant Week | Now – June 6
Korean restaurants in Paris
There are so many week long celebrations in Paris for certain cuisines, cocktails or beers, so it only seems appropriate to have one dedicated to Korean food! Check out the list of restaurants participating in the restaurant week and make a list of your top choices to try!


La Plage de Glazart | June 2 – October 1
7/15 Avenue Porte de la Villette, 75019
Metro : Porte de la Villette (7)
Price : Varies depending on concert
Go and explore Paris’ alternative to the Paris Plage, located right next to the Parc de la Villette in the 19th arrondissement and enjoy the free live music, cocktail bar and food trucks on their huge sandy beach.  Check out the link above to see the full itinerary for upcoming concerts and activities.


We Love Green Festival | June 4 & 5
Plaine St Hubert, Bois de Vincennes
Metro : Chateau de Vincennes (1)
Price : 1 day pass : 45 euro
The 2 day green friendly festival explores and celebrates all things “green” in one of Paris’ biggest parks, Bois de Vincennes. There are some fantastic line ups over the weekend with a huge range of music from rock, pop & folk, to electronic, rap & house. The tickets are running out very quickly so if you want to go, be sure to reserve now before it’s too late!


Carnaval Tropical de Paris | June 4 & 5
Place de la Nation (starting & end point)
Metro : Nation (1, 2, 6, 9) RER A
Price : Free
The colourful and tropical parade will start at the Place de la Nation and make way through the streets of the 11th arrondissement, then back to the starting point in Nation. The music and the costumes will be quite a sight to see, and the atmosphere will make you feel as though you’ve stepped outside of the city into a tropical carnival! Feel free to watch, or take part if you wish to, and enjoy the experience!


Champs-Elysées Film Festival | June 7 – 14
Cinemas on Avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008
Metro : Franklin D. Roosevelt (1, 9) Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau (1, 13)
Price : 50€ for week pass
The cinemas on the famous Avenue des Champs Elysées welcome cinema goers for their annual film festival event. All cinemas down the Avenue will be screening a range of Franco-American films for children, families and adults, including some short films and some classics from cinema history.


MakeUp in Paris | June 9 & 10
Carrousel du Louvre
99 Rue de Rivoli
Metro: Tuilleries (1), Palais Royal – Musee du Louvre (1, 7), Louvre-Rivoli (1)
Price: Pre-register online and request invitation. 40€ regular access fee is charged for all on site registrations.
An event dedicated to the make-up industry will take place this June over 2 days. It will feature many make-up vendors, demos, contests, and people from the industry who package and market cosmetics. An event that is sure to be a treat for everyday makeup fanatics and those within the industry alike!


Paris Music Week | June 9 – 12
Paris, Le Marais 
Paris Music Week is an innovative project created by Dcontract and Records Collection, aiming to offer music in unexpected places in the Marais. Every evening over the 4 day festival, live music performances and DJ sets will take place from 6pm – midnight in galleries, shops, garages etc. Some will be open to the public, and others will be more exclusive. Check out the website to find out more information.


Futur en Seine | June 9 -16
Various locations in the 2nd and 3rd arrondissement
Price : Free 
Come and test the future! Futur en Seine, the unmissable innovation event, free and open to all, is back for its 7th edition for one week only in June. An event where creators, developers and other major players in French and international innovation gather from around the world. Demos, conferences, workshops, business appointments: Futur en Seine is an immersion in the world of digital innovation.


UEFA Euro Cup 2016 | June 10 – July 10
Every 4 years the Euro Cup takes place in different European countries. Luckily for us, this years host is France. A full month dedicated to celebrating football, and watching teams compete for the cup to determine who is the best team in Europe. We can expect a HUGE influx of tourists and people from all over the world to come and watch the matches taking place all over France. Throughout Paris you can expect to see fan parks, screens playing matches for those who don’t have tickets, and a lively, buzzing atmosphere throughout the whole month. Fingers crossed that France go far!


Festival Qué Gusto | June 11 – 25
Mexican Restaurants in Paris
The only Gastronomic Mexican Festival in the world is coming to celebrate the deliciousness of Mexican cuisine in Paris for 2 weeks in June. Check out the link above for the full programme of tequila tastings, French-Mexican fusions, tortilla tasting and cooking workshops, to find out when and where to be!


Paris Jazz Festival | June 11 – July 31
Parc Floral de Paris, Route de la Pyramide
Metro: Chateau de Vincennes (1) 
Price: 6 € (adult), 3 € (7-25 years). Season pass 22 € (adult), 11 € (7 to 25 years). Free under 7.
The Paris Jazz Festival features 31 concerts over 8 weekends, many different musical workshops to participate in, and other activities for all ages to enjoy. This year’s festival takes place in the beautiful setting of Parc Floral, the Botanical Garden of the City of Paris. Stop by for pleasant weekend, or purchase a season pass and go at your leisure!


Summer Cocktail Week | June 17 – 24
Following the success of Paris Cocktail Week which takes place earlier in the year, the team have decided to host another cocktail week, but during the summer. Sign up for your pass now to get a signature cocktail at each bar during the cocktail week.


Fête de la Musique | June 21
To celebrate the beginning of Summer, everyone in Paris is free to play music where ever they wish – from 6 PM to 12:30 AM. Larger places will even feature stages, such as in the main squares and the Champ de Mars. Held on the longest day of the year, it’s a chance to celebrate music and stay out until the sun goes down!


Play Me, I’m Yours | June 22 – July 13
Price: Free
When the suns out and everyone is that much happier, why not place 30 or more pianos in public areas around the city? The 4th international event, Play Me, I’m Yours, enables passers-by to express their musical potential and play the piano freely all over the city. Look and listen out for the beautiful sounds being played over the 3 week festival in Paris!


Les Soldes d’été| June 22 – August 2
It’s that time of year again where all the shops in Paris lower their prices to clear out the last season’s clothing line. Just before the real summer holidays begin, we are able to head out and pick up some bargains ready for our vacances. Be sure to get there early so that you get the best selection, sizes and prices!


Solidays | June 24 – 26
Hippodrome de Longchamp
2 Route des Tribunes, 75016
Metro : Porte Maillot (1) RER C, (shuttle bus to and from Hippodrome)

Price : 15 – 59 euro
Solidays, otherwise known as the Coachella of Paris, will return to Paris once again for 3 days in June. The event is about solidarity in fighting against aids. The 18th edition is sure to bring the best of international music, high energy, buzzing atmosphere and all day long dancing! There’s still some tickets left, so get booking quickly before they are sold out!


La Fête des Tuileries | June 25 – August 22
Jardin des Tuileries
113 Rue de Rivoli, 75001
Metro : Tuileries (1)
Throughout the summer holidays, Tuileries garden will set up one of the best fairs in Paris for the kids to enjoy throughout the summer. Trampolines, rides, bumper cars and cotton candy will make this a fun day out for the family, whilst enjoying one of the most beautiful locations in Paris.


Marche des Fiertés | June 26
The annual Gay Pride parade takes place this year on June 26th with everyone finishing at Bastille. A colourful, atmospheric and buzzing event is sure to be a great day out in Paris. The parade will start near the Montparnarsse-Bienvenue Métro station in the 15th arrondissement and will make its way through the city to the Place de la Bastille for one big street party that goes on into the night.


La Fête du Cinéma | June 26 – 29
Various cinemas in Paris
Price : 4 euro
If you’re a move fanatic and enjoy trips to the cinema, the this is the festival for you.  The Fête du Cinéma will take place at the end of June in Paris, offering tickets for just 4 euros to see some of the best movies of the time. A great family outing, date night, or evening with a friend, spent watching good movies for very good prices!




La Traviata | Now – June 29
Opéra Bastille
Place de la Bastille, 75012
Metro : Bastille (1, 5, 8)
Price : 70 – 230 euro
This popular romantic opera by Giuseppe Verdi was inspired by “La Dame aux Camélias” by Alexandre Dumas, fils, which in turn was based on the life of Alphonsine Duplessis, a famous Parisian socialite. For the opera, Verdi chose to focus on the psychological portrait of a woman for the first time rather than the story itself. The Opéra Bastille presents the 3-act production in Italian which is directed by Benoît Jacquot.


Musical Fountains Show | Now – October 30
Château de Versailles 
Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles
Metro : Versailles-Chantiers (RER C)
Price: Weekend – 25 euro, Weekday – 18 euro
With the arrival of summer, the gardens of the Palace of Versailles become the setting for a magical spectacle. In the avenues designed by Le Nôtre, the ornamental ponds and waterfalls come alive as fountains play and jets of water intertwine. Check out the link above to see a schedule of when the shows take place throughout the summer. 


Résiste | June 3 – 26
Palais des Sports
34 Boulevard Victor, 75015
Metro : Porte de Versailles (12)
Price : 25 – 96 euro
It was with the discovery of the spectacle Mamma Mia! in London that a crazy idea entered the head of France Gall: to give new life, on stage, to the greatest successes of the late Michel Berger. The magnificent musical comedy is definitely not to be missed!


Wonder.land | June 7 – 16
Théâtre du Châtelet
1 Place du Châtelet, 75001
Metro : Châtelet (1, 4, 7, 11, 14)
Price : 9 – 66 euro
Damon Albarn, one of the singer-songwriters Blur and Gorillaz, is unveiling his latest creation, the pop opera of Wonder.land, at the Châtelet theatre this June. Following the story of Alice in Wonderland, the performance follows Aly, as a young girl, as she steps into the virtual world and becomes a beautiful and brave teenager. Book your tickets now for a modern day version of this masterpiece!


Aïda | June 13 – July 16
Opéra Bastille
Place de la Bastille, 75012
Metro : Bastille (1, 5, 8)
Price : 70 – 215 euro
Olivier Py, author, stage director and director of the Avignon Festival, brings back on stage the love story between a slave and an Egyptian officer. Aïda is an Ethiopian slave girl who lives in Ramsès III’s court and works as his daughter’s maid. The two young girls are in love with the same Egyptian general,Rhadamès,who loves only Aïda. Love, marriage, betrayal, see how the story unwinds and book your tickets now clicking on the link above.


Festival Chopin de Paris | June 18 – July 14
Orangerie du Parc de Bagatelle 
Route de Sèvres À Neuilly, 75016
Metro : Porte Maillot (1, RER C), Pont de Neuilly (1)
Price : Varies depending on concert (see program for full price listing)
The month long festival pays tribute to the Polish composer, Chopin, with many concerts and conferences which reunite the great specialists of the work of the Romantic pianist. The festival also gives the opportunity to to discover original works by contemporary composers, inspired by Chopin.


English National Ballet | June 21 – 25
Opéra Garnier
8 Rue Scribe, 75009
Metro : Opera (3, 7, 8)
Price : 120 – 140 euro
The prestigious London based Ballet company, The English National Ballet,  founded by former Russian ballet dancers has been invited to perform at the Opéra de Paris for the first time ever this June. Tickets are running out extremely fast, so get yours quickly before it’s too late!


The New York Comedy Night | Every Friday at 9:30pm
38 Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle
Metro: Bonne Nouvelle (8, 9)
Sebastian Marx in as American Expat living in Paris. He is a standup comedian and can perform in both English and French. He hosts weekly comedy nights featuring the best of English stand up comedy in Paris, with line ups of international and local comedians. Every so often he has an international headliner who is passing through Paris. Be sure to have a night filled of unforgettable laughter and feel at home amongst the English speakers.





JR au Louvre | Now – June 27
Musée du Louvre
Musée du Louvre, 75001 Paris
Métro : Louvre – Rivoli (1)
JR is an artist whose art speaks to the contemporary fanatics. In 2016, JR won’t be working around portraiture anymore but instead, he will apply an anamorphosis to the most spectacular monument of Paris: the Pyramid of the Louvre and will make it disappear. The installation will be up for one month only and you really do not want to miss it. Take a walk down to the Jardin des Tuileries and see this fantastic work of art, yet again, from the great JR. 


L’Art et L’Enfant | Now – July 3
Musée Marmottan Monet 
2 Rue Louis Boilly, 75016 Paris
Metro : La Muette (9)
Price : 11 euro, Reduced – 6,50 euro
The exhibition of Art and child will present private collections from prestigious French and foreign museums such as work by Le Nain, Champaigne, Fragonard, Chardin, Greuze, Corot, Millet, Manet, Monet, Morisot, Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse, Picasso, and the list goes on. Through a selection of rare paintings, the exhibit traces the evolution of the status of the child from 15th – 20th century and questions the role of childlike drawing of the vanguards of the early last century.


Founding Myths : From Hercules to Darth Vader | Now – July 4
Musée du Louvre
Musée du Louvre, 75001 Paris
Métro : Louvre – Rivoli (1)
Price : 15 euro
The exhibition “Founding Myths” tells how illustrators, sculptors, painters, puppeteers, filmmakers, and musicians around the world have drawn inspiration from myths, given them form, and brought them to life. The exhibition displays over 70 different art works, all grouped into 4 sections which take you on a journey through the mythologies. 


Seydou Keïta | Now – July 7
Grand Palais 
3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75008
Metro : Champs-Élysées-Clemenceau (1, 13)
Price : 11 euro, Reduced – 8 euro
Seydou Keïta (1921-2001) is now considered one of the greatest photographers of the second half of the twentieth century. Showing off his subjects to best advantage, his mastery of framing and light and the modernity and inventiveness of his compositions all earned him a huge success. He retired in 1977 after having been the official photographer of a Mali that had become independent. His work constitutes an exceptional testimony to the Malian society of his time. 


Entre Sculpture et Photographie | Now – July 17
Musée Rodin
79 Rue de Varenne, 75007
Metro : Varenne (13)
Price : 11,30 euro, Reduced – 8,30 euro
The Musée Rodin continues to explore the fruitful relationship between sculpture and photography. This exhibition is an invitation to look at eight artists from the second half of the 20th century who work directly with sculpture and photography.


Le Douanier Rousseau. L’innocence archaïque | Now – July 17
Musée d’Orsay
1 Rue de la Légion d’Honneur, 75007
Metro : Solférino (12) Musée d’Orsay (RER C)
Price : 12 euro, Reduced – 9 euro
The exhibition has travelled from Palazzo Ducale de Venise and made it’s way to Paris. A major representative of naïve art, Henri Rousseau was, in particular, known by the nickname Douanier Rousseau. Some of his masterpieces, which belong to the collections of the Orsay and Orangerie Museums, can be found at the exhibition, alongside others of his paintings on loan from the greatest international establishments.


Darwin l’Original | Now – August 1
Cite des Sciences et de l’industrie
30 Avenue Corentin Cariou, 75019
Metro: Porte de la Villette (7), Corentin Cariou (7)

Price : 12 euro, Reduced – 10 euro
The Science museum of Paris is dedicating an exhibition to the work of Charles Darwin, the father of the theory of evolution. The colourful and poetic exhibition will follow the train of thought of the naturalist, via his work on living species.


Paul Klee | Now – August 1
Le Centre Pompidou 
Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004
Metro : Rambuteau (11)
Price: 14 euro, Reduced – 11 euro
The Centre Pompidou offers a new survey of the work of Paul Klee, bringing together approximately 250 works from major museums around the world, the Zentrum Paul Klee and private collections. This themed retrospective offers a new look at this pioneer of modernism, one of the great figures of 20th-century art.


Fashion Forward : 3 Siècles de Mode (1715 – 2016) | Now – August 14
Musée des Arts Décoratifs 
107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Metro : Palais Royale – Musée du Louvre
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its fashion collection from April 7 to August 14, 2016. The exhibition will bring together 300 items of men’s, women’s and children’s fashion from the 18thcentury to today, selected from the museum’s collections to provide a novel chronological overview.


Picasso Sculptures | Now – August 28
Musée Picasso
5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris
Metro : Saint-Sébastian – Froissart (8)
Price : 11 euro
The upcoming exhibition of Picasso’s sculptures aims to examine an understudied aspect of Picasso’s sculptural works. This aspect is the diversity of dimensions of the artist’s sculptural work constructed through his series and variations, cast iron creations, prints, and photographic enlargements, realised in a selection of his original sculptures. The exhibition will provide a new look at these cast iron creations by systematically presenting them with their “double” or “variants.” Buy your tickets now in advance from going to the link above.


James Bond 007 L’exposition | Now – September 4
Grande Halle de la Villette 
211 Avenue Jean Jaurès, 75019 
Metro : Porte de Pantin (5)
Price : 21,99 euro, Under 12 – 16,99 euro
The Grande Halle de la Villette welcomes the James Bond exposition starting April 16th, featuring more than 500 original objects, including aston martin, gadgets, costumes, photo shoots, exclusive pieces and more! This is the exposition of the month and one not to be missed, we can’t ignore the Bond fans inside of us!


Barbie | Now – September 18
Musée des Arts Décoratifs 
107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Metro : Palais Royale – Musée du Louvre

Price : 13 euro
This is the first time that Barbie has received an invitation by a French museum. Known for its design, fashion, toy and advertising collections, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs is the ideal venue to pay tribute to this iconic doll, whose story has many dimensions and has made an indelible mark on the socio-cultural history of toys in the 20th and 21st centuries. 700 Barbie dolls will be on display, next to works from the collections of the Museum (dolls, gowns), but also works by contemporary artists, documents (newspapers, photos, video) that contextualize the Barbie’s lives.


Artistes à Montmartre : 1870 -1910 | Now – September 30
Musée de Montmartre
12-14 Rue Cortot, 75018
Metro : Lamarck-Caulaincourt (12)

Price : 9,50 euro, Reduced – 7,50 euro
The exhibition “Artists of Montmartre: 1870-1910” accompanies the new presentation of the permanent collections of the Museum of Montmartre. The exhibition will feature the works of over twenty artists who lived and developed their art in Montmartre in the late 19th century, revealing the transformation of Montmartre as a major centre of art in Paris.


PERSONA : Strangely Human | Now – November 13
Musée de Quai Branly
37 Quai Branly, 75007
Metro : Alma-Marceau (9), Pont de l’Alma (RER C)
Price : 11 euro, Reduced – 9 euro
Many objects have a status more similar to that of a person or a creature than that of a simple object. This exhibition focuses on the connection between the human and non human art works, the role of anthropomorphism in diverse artefacts, and what unfolds when a robot with a human appearance  comes under our gaze, unsettling the beholder.




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