Events in Paris 2019, which one you want to attend first?
All the month. Taste a French recipe that is typical in this time of the year, the Galette des rois.
January 1. Go to the New Year’s Parade at Champs Elysees at 10 a.m.
Until January 6. Go to visit the exhibition dedicated to potates at Cité des Sciences!
Until January 8. Go to Champs-Elysees and admire special Xmas lights!
Until January 9. Go to le Grand Palais des Glaces to ice skate!
January 9. Winter sales start!
Until January 14. Visit Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibitions at Louis Vuitton Foundation.
Until January 21. Eblouissante Venise exhibitions closes today. Go to the Grand Palais!
Until January 27. Visit the Alphonse Mucha Exhibition at Musée du Luxembourg.
January 29. Go to the concert in Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral in the evening!
February 12. Presentation of the Yves Saint Laurent Museum permanent collection! Get off at Alma Marceau metro station.
February 17. The celebration of the Chinese New Year continues in the 13th arrondissement. The parade starts at Porte d’Ivry 44 at 1 p.m.
February 19. New Exhibition at Picasso Museums. The exhibition is about Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder.
Until February 19. Paris Winter Sales! Check out the store with the sign “Soldes” outside!
February 22. At the Atelier des Lumieres starts “The Starry Night”, a digital exhibition dedicated to Van Gohg’s masterpieces.
March 3. Go to Avenue Gambetta to enjoy the Carnaval de Paris, a parade with a route in the arrondissement 20. It will lasts from 1 to 5 p.m.!
March 10. If you want to stay fit even during your holiday or your enjoy seeing runners of all world unite, join the Paris Half Marathon! Starting at 9 a.m. from Bois de Vincennes. It is the possibility to see the giant forest of Paris East Side.
From the 15th to the 18th of March. Get off at Porte de Versaille or at Balard metro station and enjoy a huge book fair in Paris! Even if you don’t go there to buy something, it is a very enjoyable experience.
March 24 and 31. Go to the Champs-Elysees theatre to listen Sunday Morning Concerts! Starts at 11 a.m. in the Main Hall!
March 24. Lunchtime with a concert in a spectacular place. Go to Palais Garnier, also known as Paris Opera House, to enjoy an affordable musical and food experience. Starts at 12 p.m.
March 29. Go to the opening event of Foire du Trone, a Fun Fair in Bois de Vincennes. Near the Porte Dorée metro station it will take place a huge fair with events, shops and food stands. Starts at noon.
March 29, 30, 31. Go to the Chateau de Versailles and enjoy “Marie-Antoinette” performed by the Malandain Ballet Biarritz. It strats at 8 p.m.
April 3-7. At the magnificent Tuileries Garden will take place the art and design annual exhibition! It is an huge event where you can admire many showcases from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
April 11-14. If you like ancient and rare books or you have a passion for autographs, go to the International fair dedicated to it. It is at the Grand Palais and there are events at every hour of the day. Check the program here.
From 11 to 13 April you can go to Le Grand Rex and listen to Bob Dylan!
April 14. Paris Marathon will take place from Arc de Triomphe at 8.20 a.m. It is a very crowded event!
April 21. Celebrate Easter in Paris in one of the church of Paris. The mass there is unique experience!
April 21. Join the largest Easter egg hunt of Paris in Parc André Citroen. It is very funny to watch too!
All the month. Visit “Archaeology Goes Graphic”, the exhibition at Louvre’s Petite Galerie where archaelogy is related to comic books.
May 8. Celebrate the Fete de la Victoire, the French National Holiday. Usually the celebrations are near the Arc de Triomphe during all day!
May 12. The Sunday Morning Concert of May at the Champs-Elysees theatre starts at 11 a.m.!
May 18. Don’t miss the European Museums Night! You can visit all the main museums of the city at night.
May 22-26. Take a walk following the route of Canal Saint Maritn, in arrondissement 10. There is the street art festival, with performances and stands!
May 24. Go to the event dedicated to the 90s to enjoy music and atmosphere of that decade! The event starts at 8 p.m. at the Palais des Sports.
May 26. Tennis lover? Go to the French Open at the Stade Roland Garros clay courts!
June 7. On this day will start the FIFA Women’s WorldCup! The matches will take place at Parc des Princes at 9 p.m.
June 8. Go to the Madeleine Church to listen to Mozart’s Requiem. The concert starts at 8.30 p.m.
June 21. Join the Fete de la Musique, a festival dedicated to music with free indoor and outdoor concerts. You can read the details here but you will only need to follow the music in the streets of the city.
June 29. Go to the LGBT Parade, one of the most colorful parade that you could see in Paris. It will starts at 2 p.m. and will finish in Place de République, where there will be many concerts.
All the month. From June to August you can take advantage of the Paris summer sales! Just look for the sign “soldes” and start making affairs!
Until July 4 you can go to the Aute Couture Fashion Week that takes place in Paris at the Grand Palais, Espace Eiffel, Palais de Tokyo and Musée Galliera.
July 4,5 and 6. go to the Paris Plages and join one of the many concerts held by contemporary French muscians. From 5 p.m. to midnight in front of the Hotel de Ville (i.e. Paris’ City Hall)
July 6. Starting from this day you can go to the Paris Plages. The Left and the Right banks of he Parc Rives de Sains transform into a sort of a beach!
July 14. Goin the naional celebration that that will take place down the Champs-Elysees, from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde. It starts at 10 a.m.!
July 14. Join a very special cruise with a 6-course dinner, champagne and live music. Book Early on one of the Bateaux Parisiens and see the fireworks from the deck!
July 18. Go to che Cinéma en Plein Air, in Parc de la Villette, and see La La Land in English karaoke version!
July 22. Go to the Cinema en Plein Air in Parc de la Villette and enjoy the Beatles movie Yellow Submarine in original language!
July 28. Would you like to see the famous Tour de France? Go to the Champs-Elysees or in the Tuileries Garden from 3.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.!
August 1 and 2. Go to the Cinema en Plein Air in Parc de la Villette and enjoy movies in English language – Sugar Man on the 1st and Spring Breakers on the 2nd. They starts at 9 p.m.
Until August 5, go to the annual Paris Quartiered’Eté Festival. It is a summer festival where you can enjoy music, dance, theater performances. There are more than 70 locations so check the details here
August 7. The sales end today! If you want to go shopping and save some money… save the date too!
August 15. Go to the Fete de l’Assomption, a Roman Catholic ceelbration it is very charming see the procession by torchlight that starts at 8.30 p.m. in the neighborhoods of Notre Dame Cathedral.
August 18. Go to the Cinéma en Plain Eir in Parc de la Villette to listen and see Interstella 555 made by the French electronic duo Daft Punk! (in English)
August 25. Join the Paris Chamber Orchestra concert that will take place on the esplanade in front of the Hotel de Ville of Paris (the City Hall). The concert starts at 9 p.m. and it is in occasion of the Liberation of Paris festivity.
Until August 25 go to the Tuileries Garden and enjoy the Fun Fair with the giant ferris wheel to see Paris from above!
Until August 27 go to the Centre Pompidou and visit “Coding the World”, an exhibiotion about the history of digital code in art.
September 5-14. Join Paris Design Week eventss! You can meet lots of designer and artists and see what’s new in interiors world!
September 8. La Parisienne is a running race that is just for women. It is a very inspiring race to watch too. It is a charity race for breast cancer research. It is in the heart of Bois de Boulogne park. More details here
September 11. The Golden Age of British Painting is the title of the exhibition that will start today at Musée du Luxembourg.
September 15. Today is a car free day in Paris. Take advantage of this day to explore the city breathing clean air and walking freely!
Until September 16. This day closes the exhibitions dedicated to Prehistory at Pompidou Centre. Hurry up! It’s splendid.
September 21-23. Join the Gout de France Festival! The place to be to meet famous chefs that can make you taste excellent French cuisine.
September 24. At Musée d’Orsay opens the exhibitions of Edgar Degas paintings!
All the month. Go to admire Caravaggio’s artworks at the Musée Jacquemart-André!
All the month. Go visiting the exhibitions of Picasso masterpieces at Picasso Museum!
All the month. Go to Disneyland Paris and admire all the attractions re-styled in a Halloween mood!
October 6. Enjoy the White Night in Paris. You can enjoy more than 100 art installations, concerts, dance and performance in arrondissement 3, 4 and 19!
October 21-November 1. Go to the Salon du Chocolat at Porte de Versailles! Cooking demos and tasting stands will be there for you from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day!
October 31. Go to celebrate Halloween in Paris at the Grand Rex movie theatre. The shows start at 8 p.m.!
November 3. Free entry to all th museum of Paris from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.!
November 6. Today the Renoir père et fils exhibitions at Musee d’Orsay.
November 8. The exhibitions dedicated to a prestigious Italian painting collection starts today at Louvre Museum.
November 8-11. Go to the Paris Photo festival. The biggest photography fair of the world at Grand Palais!
From November 15. Go to the Galeries Lafayette, Printemps Haussmann and Bon Marché in arrondissement 7: Xmas Markets are about to start!
November 21. Go in cafès and bistrots of the city to enjoy the events that these places organize to celebrate their tradition on the third thursday of the month.
From November 23. The exhibition dedicated to Michael Jackson at Grand Palais opens today!
November 30. Go to the Carrousel du Louvre and join the Grand Tasting of wines.
December 1. Enjoy the Grand Tasting of the best wines in Paris at Carrousel du Louvre.
Until December 2. Go to the Paris Nord Villepinte and enjoy the Salon du Cheval de Paris, a Festival dedicated to horses.
From December 4. This day opens the Gare de l’Est Traditional Alsace Christmas Market. Get off at Gare de l’Est station!
From December 11. Go to the Petit Palais so you can admire the Fernand Khnoppf and the Jean Jacques Lequeu exhibitions.
From December 13. Go to the Notre Dame Cathedral to enjoy the special Xmas Market of the place.
From December 14. Go to the Champs de Mars xmas Market! It will lasts until January 5.
Until December 16. Go to th AccorHotels Arena and see one of the matches of women’s handball.
December 22-29. Book for a Christmas Concerts at La Chapelle church. Great music in a gothic architecture masterpiece.
December 31. Go to the Champs Elysees and enjoy the amazing show for New Year’s Eve!