For the White Night or Nuit Blanche 2019, Paris has created two unique “races” on Saturday October 5, 2019. It's surrounded by 10,000 people that we ran across the French capital, discovering the most beautiful museums, places and monuments in Paris.
On Saturday October 5, 2019, Paris is a celebration with its White Night. As soon as sun sets, thousands of Parisians and tourists go out on the streets to take over the city. Concerts, shows and museums open for free, it’s time to make the best of it!
In 2019, the White Night will take place on Saturday October 5. This 18th edition of the art night is trusted to Didier Fusillier who invited about a hundred artists. Great musical march, night race in the museums, bicycle lane on the beltway, what a thrilling program!
Paris White Night is held on Saturday October 5, 2019 and the highlight is a parade from Concorde to Bastille featuring 13 floats created by great artists including Annette Messager, Daniel Buren, Pascale Martin Tayou and tattoo artist Tin-Tin.
Highlight of this White Night 2019: the beltway will be closed to cars and turned into a bicycle lane for the night, from Saturday October 5 to Sunday 6, 2019. The crazy announcement has been made by Paris Mayors and promises to be an unforgettable experience for bike riders and pedestrians.
Uncommon installation for the White Night 2019, Vivien Roubaud’s cotton candy factory will take us down memory lane. This childish work will travel the streets of Paris during the big procession on Saturday October 5, 2019!
This year again, the Musée Picasso opens for the White Night on October 5, 2019. On the occasion, the Marais-based museum opens for free to make you enjoy its current exhibition, Magical Paintings, and a dance performance in the gardens.
This Saturday October 5, 2019 Paris Musée de l’Armée makes the best of the White Night and invites everyone to come and enjoy its latest collection, Les Canons de l'Elégance, free for the night, but to discover the Saint-Louis cathedral as well that will welcome the Orchestre d'Harmonie de la Garde Républicaine for a big concert at 8 p.m.
The Musée des Arts et Métiers offers us a wonderful experience for the White Night 2019: shining a light on dark days thanks to “Attrape-Soleil” by Sarah Trouche, a light ballet to see on the parvis of the museum on Saturday October 5, 2019.