Forget about Palazzo and discover Poisson Lune. This new temporary terrace has been taking over Palais de la Porte Dorée in Paris 12th arrondissement, since May 16, 2019.
Behind this new summer terrace, we have Petite Lune, already behind several places in Paris such as the unmissable Bal de la Marine, back from May 8 at Porte de Suffren, and the famous and bubbly open-air café in western Paris, La Javelle.
This year, Petite Lune innovates with the upcoming opening of La Canopée in Paris 19th arrondissement and Poisson Lune, set all summer long in front of the Palais de la Porte Dorée.
On the spot, you have a stage for concerts and DJ sets, a dancefloor and a disco ball, as well as two bars, a wine trailer, a food truck that changes every day and a huge double-decker bus like in London. Enjoy eco-friendly world's cuisine by Baluchon served every day for lunch and dinner! And for kids, head to the kid area fitted with games.
As for the entertainments, Poisson Lune emphasizes on workshops, meetings, exhibitions, world's dances, jamming sessions, yoga classes and music (hip-hop, swing, rock...).
The music program gives pride of place to French and English music influenced by rhythms from Jamaic, Carribean, Mali, Cameroon, Senegal, Nigeria, New Caledonia, Algeria and even Comoros... Yes, this summer, we'll dance in front of the Palais de la Porte Dorée!
In the weekend, Poisson Lune terrace hands over organic basket, throws a vinyl market, solidarity-based flea market and even creative workshops.
There's something for everyone!
Program day by day:
Discover the program on Poisson Lune Facebook page!
To kick things off, Poisson Lune expects you statring this May 16, 2019 to experience several exceptional days paced by a program mixing music, wellness and food!
So, we wish you all a splendid summer at Poisson Lune!
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
From 16 May 2019 to 30 September 2019
Le Palais de la Porte Dorée
293 Avenue Daumesnil
75012 Paris 12
Ouvert du mardi au dimanche de 12h à minuit
Entrée libre et gratuite
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