From Wednesday October 7 to Sunday 11, 2020, Paris 18th arrondissement lives at the same pace as Montmartre's 87th Grape Harvest Festival. This year, the event will celebrate the future with the "Futur en Fête" theme!
Since 1934, wine from Clos Montmartre has been celebrated in October for 5 joyful days of popular celebration during which taste and gastronomy are given pride of place. This is the third Parisian most popular event after the Nuit Blanche and Paris-Plages. Over 500,000 visitors are expected again in the streets of Montmartre.
Exhibitions, concerts, parades, artisan and local products tastings and various animations will be provided this year again for children and adults, Parisians' and tourists’ greatest pleasure. And to be honest, the 87th edition of the Montmartre Grape Harvest will likely blow you away.
For the record, the 86th edition was sponsored by Sophie Mounicot and Yann Arthus-Bertrand. They followed Emilie Satt and Jean-Karl Lucas aka French duet Madame Monsieur in 2018 who succeeded singer Camélia Jordana, actress Sandrine Bonnaire, singers Nolwenn Leroy, Anaïs, Olivia Ruiz, actresses Firmine Richard, Victoria Abril, model Naomi Campbell, actress Carole Bouquet, singer Angunn as well as to singer Mistinguett who’s been the first sponsor of the Festival back in 1934.
Discover the major events you do not want to miss on this edition 2020 of the Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival soon.
Montmartre Grape Harvest 2020: the grand parade
This year’s Montmartre Grape Harvest expects you on Saturday October 10, 2020 at the Vignes du Clos Montmartre for the traditional grand parade!
Montmartre Grape Harvest 2020: closing dance at the Square Louise Michel in Paris
Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival 2020 throws its closing ball on Sunday October 11 at the Square Louise Michel. Meet from 5 p.m. to dance and enjoy a return to the future!
Montmartre Grape Harvest 2020: people’s picnic at Paris Parc Chapelle-Charbon
For the new Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival, on Sunday October 11, 2020, Paris 18th arrondissement Parc Chapelle-Charbon welcomes a people’s picnic!
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