Paris via Berlin
Now an electronic instituion, Weather Festival will once again be sweeping up the finest names in the electronic scene, but will this time be landing in the heart of Paris' Bois de Vincennes Park for three days of open-air mayhem.
Opening up on the Thursday with a truly unique conceptual concert, Weather will then kick on for two more full days that will feature the likes of Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock and Len Faki across five stages in an unbeatable house and techno blowout to rival the likes of Berlin.
With a lineup curated by major labels and underground pioneers, Weather's musical experience takes in everything from minimal techno to soulful nu-disco, featuring the hard-hitters, alternative maestros and those pushing the genre to the limits.
And when Sunday breaks? Well, we all head off to a Paris afterparty, of course.
- Derrick May & Dzijan Emin Ft. Francesco Tristano & Orchestra Lamoureux
- Mr. G [live]
- Neue Grafik [live]
- Schwarzmann [live]
- Four Tet & Floating Points
- Jeremy Underground
- La Mamie's
- MCDE & Marcellus Pittman
- Seven David Jr [live]
- Herbert [live]
- Karenn [live]
- Len Faki
- The Driver AKA Manu Le Malin
- Vatican Shadow & Ron Morelli & Low Jack
- Blawan [live] Presents: Ternescan Chambers
- Die Galoppierende Zuversicht [live]
- In Aeternam Vale [live]
- London Modular Alliance [live]
- Steevio & Suzybee [live]
Plaine de Jeux Polygone is a large open-air area of inside Bois de Vincennes, Paris' largest public park, created in 1855 by Napoleon III.
The park contains the Château de Vincennes, a former residence of the Kings of France, an English landscaped garden with four lakes, a zoo, a hippodrome and a velodrome.
Plaine de Jeux Polygone, Route de la Pyramide, Paris , 75012, France
BY PLANE: Paris Charles de Gaulle is the city's international airport and is just around a half hour train journey from the city centre, which is reachable via regional train services.
BY TRAIN: Paris has great rail links with the rest of France and other major European cities, with the Eurostar directly connecting it with London and Brussels.
BY COACH: Similarly, the capital is also accessible via coach from major cities across Europe.
Once you are in Paris, you can reach the site via Metro Line 1 to Château de Vincennes, bus 112 to Faluère, or an RER to Vincennes.
There are no official parking facilities available, and there are very limited public spaces around the site.
You must be at least 18 to attend on the Friday and Saturday, however there are no age restrictions for the opening party on the Thursday, and those under 12 can even attend for free.
No, the festival has no camping facilities, however, Paris has an abundance of accommodation options.
Yes, if you have a 2 or 3 day pass then you can leave and come back as you please.
© 2020 Festicket® Ltd.
All rights reserved.