The Bal de la Marine is back since June 9, 2021 in Paris with a new program likely to make you dance all summer long. To enjoy it, head to the Port de Suffren based in Paris 7th arrondissement. And no worries if it rains since you can always find shelter and dance on the barge if bad weather is in.
But what is the Bal de la Marine? Dance-hall inspired days and nights created by Antoine Braud in partnership with Petite Lune, also behind La Javelle in Paris 15th arrondissement. The idea? “Putting pop culture in the heart of the cities again by revitalizing urban spaces with a green, civic and transgenerational approach in order to develop a social bound”. The bonus? The unique and friendly atmosphere.
By day, enjoy a warm atmosphere, perfect to chill with your family and friends. But by night, enjoy this unique venue to sip on some rosé, beer, or even cocktail, paired with tasty, homemade finger foods to nibble on site or takeout.
To discover Bal de la Marine new season, still by the water, meet at the Port de Suffren from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. during the week, and from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. at weekends.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 9 June 2021
Bal de la Marine
Port de Suffren
75007 Paris 7