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Situated in the heart of Paris, Klub is a spot where all genres of rock unite. Established in 2006, Le Klub now features an impressive roster of cutting edge rock and electro with styles ranging from metal and psycho to punk, post-punk and new-wave. It also draws artists, authors and actors as a multidisciplinary exhibition hall for alternative culture. Spread across two floors, this space can accommodate around 250 guests.
Considered a "biggie" in jazz circles, this club has become one of Paris' best-known jazz venues thanks to performances by exceptional musicians like Paolo Fresu, Philippe Catherine and Steve Swallow. As in most jazz clubs, concerts happen in three sets, culminating in an improvised jam session often featuring special guests seemingly plucked from the crowd; it is a heaven for jazz fans. The club's cozy atmosphere and warm decor provide the perfect setting for some sizzling hot jazz. Admission prices vary according to the performers.
The energy is intense in this basement and the temperature often reaches heatwave levels. This is because of the young artists in Parisian and European jazz, who have been playing in this little club since its opening in 1983. Coming a long way since then, today internationally renowned performers in the world of Jazz grace their stage. They give everything they've got! Growing from a small jazz club, this structure houses two clubs: Sunside and Sunset.
This caveau is one of the most popular entertainment places in Paris. Located near the Sorbonne, the place has been the dance paradise for generations of students and other visitors for more than 50 years. The most famous and prestigious American and European jazzmen have played here, including Maxim Saury. On two floors, happy tourists and students dance until the next morning.
Located outside of the usual Paris nightlife beaten paths, the Truskel, with its Celtic symbol at the entrance, has become a popular hangout for those inclined towards rock and pop music. The pub has an authentic British feel and is frequented by an international crowd; all fans of Franz Ferdinand, Blur, The Cure, or Sex Pistols. Live bands often perform from Thursday to Saturday. Definitely a must-see of Paris' live music scene!
Bizz'art is a versatile live music establishment located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. An old British officer's loft has been renovated into a vibrant venue and restaurant, decked in classic hardwood furnishings. It features musical artists from a wide range of genres including jazz, soul, funk, and even hip hop. The venue is air conditioned and has capacity for about 100 people. It is open from 8p onwards on all days except Thursday when it opens at 7p. Call for additional information.
Situated in a historic structure, Le Carmen is the place where you would want to organize your next event. The neo-Baroque architecture of the 19th-century mansion is just awe-inspiring. Originally the home of the famous Parisian composer Georges Bizet, the cafe takes its name from this composer's most famous opera 'Carmen.' This venue has five rooms on two levels and they can be used for a range of private, cultural, and corporate events. In the past several years, the cafe has become a hub for Parisian hipsters and fashionistas alike; it's been known to host weekly indie, electronic and hip-hop concerts, DJs and fashion parties, as well as a weekly book swap and dance party.
The 16th Arrondissement witnesses one of the most exciting entertainment venues in the city. Whether its the plush bar, the loud and fluorescent nightclub, the swanky restaurant, the artsy gallery, or the place for your special themed events, this place will make sure you have a memorable time. The service is extremely professional and they come up with innovative ideas for your private celebrations. Try from their creative cocktails available at the bar; from the old Cuban, carol channing, to the pink martinis, raspberry collin's and much more. Check out the website or call ahead to plan your next event.