This Saturday October 2, 2021 marks the return of the White Night in Paris and Île-de-France with a series of works, installations and shows to discover for free for the whole night. This year again, the Seine-Saint-Denis department takes part in this cultural event and invites you for the night to enjoy a nighttime show at the Parc départemental Georges-Valbon.
Parc Georges-Valbon in La Courneuve, the 3rd biggest parkland in Île-de-France
The Bois de Boulogne and the Bois de Vincennes are not the only places to enjoy a huge parkland in the Paris area. The third biggest green space in Ile-de-France – after the aforementioned locations – is set in Seine-Saint-Denis. Fortified by 417 hectares, the Parc Départemental Georges-Valbon – also known as Parc de La Courneuve – is perfect for a bike ride, a picnic or an outing with your dog. [Read more]
On the menu? A creation designed by the Transe Express company that will be both poetic and participative. This celestial art show, both monumental and light, will provide you with music, pictures, body and technical exploits likely to amaze you and delight your hearts.
To discover this 75-minute show, meet this Saturday October 2 at 7 p.m. on the Boulodrome in the Parc Départemental Georges-Valbon. Of course, this show is performed as part of the White Night 2021 and therefore is free of charge. Careful though, please note a health pass will be compulsory for adults and children aged 12+ wishing to attend the show.
Dates and Opening Time
On 2 October 2021
From 7 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
parc georges valbon
Parc départemental Georges-Valbon
93120 Courneuve (La)
Accès : Entrée Pyrus, Marville ou Tapis-Vert