The Musée du Quai Branly has teamed up with the Refugee Food Festival for a garden dinner party on August 3. Chef Mohammad Elkhaldy will be sharing his French-inspired Syrian cuisine over three seatings, at 7pm, 7:45pm, and 8:30pm. Entry is free, but space is limited.
In honor of Macki Music Festival, held in Bobigny August 5 – 6, the team has partnered with musical group La Mamie’s and the Seine Saint-Denis Tourism Board for a lively cruise up the Canal. Board at Quai de Loire and be transported to Bobigny, all the while enjoying music, food, and more.
Head to La Villette on August 17th, picnic in tow, for an outdoor screening of Sideways, the American film that follows two friends as they taste their way through the California wine trail. And don’t forget to bring your favorite libations.
Take out your most glitzy gear, Garage is hosting a Rollerdisco on August 20th. Entry is free and there are roller skates available for rental, but supply is limited so be sure to arrive early.
For over 15 years, Tréteaux Nomades, a traveling arts festival, is coming to the Arènes de Montmartre August 21 – September 3. The theatrical fest features various performing arts, burlesque theatre, music, and poetry. You may even see some recognizable characters (think Quasimodo, Cinderella).
Rock en Seine, one of the summer’s most anticipated music festivals, returns to the Domaine National Saint-Cloud from August 25 – 27. Numerous international pop and rock talents will be headed to Paris for the event, including The xx, JAIN, Fakear, and more. For tickets, head here.
- Looking for some arty activities? Here are our picks of summer art expos in Paris.
- Read about the benefits of being in Paris in August over at Huffington Post.
- For more things to do, head to TimeOut.