Why The Weather Festival Paris?
If you’re not down with da kidz, we'll forgive you for thinking The Weather Festival is a nauseatingly dull meteorological conference with patchy showers of power-point presentations and a high chance of falling asleep before 8pm.
Luckily for all y’all, it’s not. (Oops, with apologies to any meteorologists out there)
Oh no. The Weather Festival Paris it’s a maelstrom of music, a tempest of turntablist talent and The El NiÃ±o of electronic beats...
This April, the reinvented Weather Festival returns after a two-year hiatus with a new manifesto - to open the floodgates to the emerging French EDM scene. And where's the best place to open floodgates? How about an island in the middle of the River Seine?! Yes, La Seine Musicale Performing Arts Centre will become a dense dust-devil of a dancefloor, featuring dozens of Europe’s hottest EDM artists... and if you’re into dance music and you're in Europe, this is the monsoon season of must-see music!
What makes The Weather Festival feel like sunshine on a cloudy day?
The Weather Festival is billed as a marathon of house and techno, but with the Parisiens so passionate about catering - every electronic taste will be on the menu - from low-fi minimalism to the heavy-hitting sounds of big beat house.
This year's event sees beloved beatmasters Daniel Avery, Ciel, Deena Abdelwahed, OKO DJ, Bonaventure, DjRUM, Red Axes and more! Octo Octa and Eris Drew will be getting down and dirty for a back-to-back set and KiNK, Alva Noto, The Pilotwings, Driss Bennis and TryphÃ¨me count among the live performers. There will also be premiere sets from Lanark Artefax and Luxor, a project by Antigone and ShlÃ¸mo, plus many more live acts and DJ's to whip the crowd into a storm!
- Travel to Paris to dance your cares away on an island on La Seine
- The Weather Festival returns after a two-year hiatus!
- Dozens of Europe's hottest Dance Music artists and DJs
- Daniel Avery, Ciel, Deena Abdelwahed, OKO DJ, Bonaventure + more!
Your Adventure Awaits!
Learn more about this unique experience today.