HiP Paris Blog: The Hood

The Hood

Favorite Coffee Bar x Coworking/Events Space, The Hood, is hosting a not-to-miss walk-in Korean brunch on June 3rd. Think bulgogi tacos and black sesame-matcha cheesecake.

HiP Paris Blog: Fresh Air Festival

Fresh Air Festival

From June 9 – 11, the first edition of the Fresh Air Festival will take place in the 10th arrondissement. Hosted by Les Others, a print and digital magazine for lovers of travel and photography, the weekend features the release of the 5th volume of the magazine, photography expositions and workshops, and plenty of tasty bites and beers.

Fans of Basque country won’t want to miss the 2nd edition of Paris – Basque festival from June 16 – 18 at Au Trinquet in the 16th arrondissement. Sports, gastronomy, folklore and the Basque art of living… the event brings together the best of the region for an ideal warm-weather weekend fit for the full family.


Au Trinquet

Electronic-acoustic beats will be emanating from the Bois de Boulogne on June 17th. Superpoze, who released their last album in February, will be joined by SG Lewis, La Fine Equipe, and LESKA at La Clairière. For ticketing information, head here.

HiP Paris Blog: Fête de la Récup'

Fête de la Récup’

From June 17 – 18, La Fête de la Récup’ is taking up residence at the Halle des Blancs Manteaux in the Marais. Forty associations, collectives, and artists will come together to celebrate the art of recycled objects and sustainable consumption. In addition to the market, the event will feature musical performances, fashion shows, and creative workshops.

We close out the month with the Salon Emmaüs on June 25th at the Porte de Versailles. A massive marketplace of upcycled goods from France’s 150 Emmaüs locations, this salon is a bargain-hunters dream. The event also includes DIY workshops, street artist installations, a “flash tattoo” stand, and organic food trucks.

HiP Paris Blog: Walker Evans

Walker Evans


The summertime retrospective of the work of iconic American photographer and photojournalist, Walker Evans, continues all month at the Centre Pompidou. Best known for documenting the Great Depression, Evans images continue to be lauded as some of the most powerful and compelling of his time.

HiP Paris Blog: Centre Pompidou

Centre Pompidou

Written by Erin Dahl for HiP Paris. Looking for a fabulous vacation rental in Paris, London, Provence, or Tuscany? Check out Haven In.

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Erin Dahl

Erin’s had a whimsical affair with Paris since her first trip as a wide-eyed teenager. She is Editor for the HiP Paris Blog as well as Co-founder of Content Coopérative, Paris’s first English-native content agency.

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