This weekend, April 28th, 29th, 30th and May 1st 2017, whether it is sunny or not, you will find something to do in Paris or in Île de France. The Musicora Festival, a Dalida exhibition or a contemporary art market... In short, there is something for everyone to enjoy this long weekend in Paris.
What are you up to this weekend (April 28th, 29th, 30th and May 1st 2017) in Paris and in Île de France? Without further ado, check the unmissable events happening this long weekend in Paris!
Musicora. Dear music-loving friends, do not miss the 2017 edition of the Musicora festival from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April at La Grande Halle de La Villette in Paris.
Art and Cultural Exhibitions:
Dalida. Paris Musée de la Mode, Palais Galliera, displays an exhibition dedicated to a true icon, Dalida, and especially to her glamourous look made famous by her ample bosoms and alluring lower back. To visit from 27 April to 13 August 2017.
Contemporary Art market. If you like art fairs and markets do not miss this new edition of the Grand Marché d’Art Contemporain! Go to Place de la Bastille from Thursday 27 April to Monday 1 May 2017 to unearth the real gem among many exhibitors.
Rodin. To celebrate the centenary of the sculptor's death, Auguste Rodin (1840-197), the Grand Palais hosts a major exhibition from 22 March to 31 July 2017. Exhibiting 200 works of the master, the museum pays tribute to Rodin whose influence on his contemporaries and his successors - many of them are displayed - has been incredible.
Jardins. Until 24 July 2017, the Grand Palais also organizes an incredible exhibition focusing on gardens. This is an exceptional exhibition about the history of gardens from the Renaissance to nowadays. Jardins also displays the very first botanic garden and the garden of the future and helps us understand why the landscape is so important to artists!
Pissarro. From 16 March to 9 July 2017 the Musée du Luxembourg hosts a major exhibition about the impressionist painter Camille Pissarro (1830-1903). This is the first noteworthy retrospective for the past 35 years in France. It focuses on the last twenty years of the painter's life and creation, an unknown period but rich of wonderful paintings!
Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting. From 22 February to 22 May 2017, the Musée du Louvre is hosting an exhibition called “Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting”, set by three curators coming from the USA, Ireland and Paris. It offers a new reflection about a generation of painters who, like Vermeer, painted a dark but poetic daily life including the very famous painting “The Milkmaid”.
Pierre-Joseph Redouté, the Raphael of Flowers. From 26 April to 1 October 2017, the Musée de la Vie Romantique offers a look at Pierre-Joseph Redouté’s work. Nicknamed the “Raphael of Flowers”, the botanist painter has worked a lot with great naturalists of his time, from the Ancien Régime to the July Monarchy.
Walker Evans. From 26 April to 14 August 2017, the Centre Pompidou presents a great exhibition focused on the American photographer Walker Evans (1903-1975). For this very first French retrospective, the museum puts on a great spread and begins a wide thought about the artist’s work.
Be careful because May 1st is a public holiday in France so many museums may be closed.
Ostrea & Perdition. A friendly oyster bar set on the ground floor and a cocktail bar hidden underground? The Sea Bar Ostrea and the cocktail bar Perdition are now open in Paris 1st arrondissement offering a very pleasant concept you need to discover as a matter of priority!
Café Oz Rooftop. It is likely to be a huge success! The Cité de la Mode et du Design welcomes the famous Australian chain: Café Oz. You can now discover the Café Oz Rooftop!
Daytime Outings :
Foire Du Trône. Until 28 May 2017 the Foire Du Trône is back on the Pelouse de Reuilly in Paris. With 350 attractions and 80 rides, the Foire du Trône will please little ones and grown-ups for its 1060th edition!
Parc Astérix: new in 2017. Parc Astérix theme park is now open and ready to welcome you for a new season filled with emotions and good times. From 1 April to 5 November 2017 the Gaul park offers you fantastic attractions including a new ride which will take you on board the Pégase Express, a high-speed train, for an incredible journey!
Disneyland Paris 25th Anniversary. Disneyland Paris invites you to celebrate its 25th anniversary. New attractions, new shows, new animations and first and foremost a new dazzling finale!
Have a nice weekend!
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