Discover Rock en Seine

Discover Rock en Seine

Just like every year, the Rock en Seine festival will once again set up its stages, lights, tents and refreshment stalls in the heart of the beautiful French gardens of the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud. Discover more than 60 concerts featuring top international rock acts and up and coming stars of tomorrow from 26th to 28th August in a remarkable outdoor setting.


Let the music fill you

Established in 2003, this unmissable pop and rock festival is one of the top events of the summer. Party for three days, and nights, and catch acts on five stages spread over unique gardens that were designed by Le Notre. Some of the world’s leading artists have graced the stages of Rock en Seine and the 2016 edition looks set to carry on the fine tradition of music, light, dance and laughter that defines this outstanding festival. Be among the crowd for unique highlights – perhaps a stunning melody, a mesmerising guitar solo. Anything is possible at Rock en Seine.

 

The festival for all

The 2016 edition once again provides something for everyone. Rock icon Iggy Pop is sure to be a massive hit with fans of all ages, while other top acts include Foals, The Last Shadow Puppets and Massive Attack. And that’s just a few!  If you love finding talented new bands, you’ll enjoy running from stage to stage to catch new and established artists covering a range of rock genres and who take creation to a new level. Kids are well catered for too with concerts, workshops, instrument tutorials, dance and lots of other great activities. Don’t miss this amazing party over the last weekend of the Parisian summer. In a unique centuries old setting, with the Paris sky for your ceiling, you can rock to the sound of some of the best bands working today. And, at the end of an exceptional night where lasting memories are sure to be made, return to the comfort of your cosy room at Le Burgundy Paris.

 

Photo Credit : Delgoff. via Flickr

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