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Paris Jazz Festival 2019 - Tickets, Events, Infos, and More

The Paris Jazz Festival in 2019 will take place from July 6th to July 22nd. Read this article to get to know all about the acts, events and tickets for Paris Jazz Festival 2019.

Paris Jazz Festival 2019

Every year, the festival spans over four weekends in the month of July and is held at the Parc Floral in the evenings. This year, the festival will be taking place from July 6th to July 22nd on every Saturday and Sunday evening. The ‘Paysages et Calices’ (Landscape and Calyces) will take place at 3p.m. and the Corolles et Feuillages (Corolla and Foliage) will take place at 5p.m.

All ages are able to attend and recommended to attend. The festival can be located at Parc Floral at the address 118 route de la Pyramide, 75012 Paris 12. There is a great variety of events and performances that can be attended, each with differing prices and times.

The half-price entrance cost to the park is 1,50 euros ($1.68) and the full-price entrance cost to the park is 2,50 euros ($2.79). Finally, the night pass is 3,69 euros ($4.12). The event allows for payment by CB/Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard along with cash.

Events

This year, there are a total of 21 performance for the attendees to choose from ranging from vocalists to music groups, jazz to instrumental.

On Saturday, July 6th, you can attend the performance of Mathias Levy, a musical artist from France, at 3p.m. or the performance of Yazz Ahmed, a female Bahraini-British musician, at 5p.m. On Sunday, July 7th, you can attend the 3p.m. musical performance of Csaba Plaotaï, writer of ‘The Deserter’, and the 5p.m. performance of the Freaks.

On the second weekend, you can experience the magical 5p.m. performance of  Julien Lourau and the groove retrievers feat Mélissa Laveaux on Saturday, July 13th. Along with this, you can attend the Sunday 3p.m. performance of Leïla Martial, a French singer and musician, along with the 5p.m. performance of Limousine.

If you decide to attend the weekend of Saturday, July 20th and Sunday, July 21st, you can witness some amazing performances. On Saturday, you can watch the beautiful performance of Yann Clery, a French musical artist at 3p.m. followed by Liniker e os Caramelows, a Brazilian musical group at 5p.m. On Sunday, make sure you don’t miss out on the amazing performances by the amazing duo of Airelle Besson & Vincent Segal at 3p.m. as well as the astounding performance by American artist Judi Jackson at 5p.m.

The final weekend of the festival is also packed with amazing artists and performances that you cannot miss. On Saturday, July 27th, you can attend the musical performance put on by French musician Ann o’Aro at 3p.m. If you stick around for the the 5p.m. show, you can witness the beautiful musical performance by Jowl Omicil. On the final day of the festival, you can watch the performance of Nosax Noclar, a French artist, at 3p.m. At the 5p.m. show, you can watch Laura Perrudin, a French artist, perform the final show of the month.

A new aspect of the festival this year are the three late-night openings. On friday, July 19th, you can experience the astounding performance by Youn Sun Nah and Anne Paceo. If you can’t make it to that one, you can try and attend the performance on Thursday, July 25th by Cimafunk and Orquesta Akokan. Finally, on Friday, July 26th, you can watch the performances of Yaron Herman and Chassol “Big Sun”.

There is a great variety of artists and performances that can suit the needs and desires of anyone attending. From jazz to musical groups, from singing to instrumental, the Paris Jazz Festival has it all.

Traveling Accommodations

Whether you are planning to stay for one weekend or for an extended period of time, there are many places around the Parc Floral that you can stay in. One idea fro traveling accommodations is renting a place or a bed and breakfast. There are many places that offer vacation rentals, whether you are looking for a small and cozy one-bedroom place or a larger two-bedroom place. Along with the option to rent a vacation destination, there are also various hotels and places to stay at for an affordable price around the festival area. Whatever your needs are, there are options for you.

Founded in 1994, the Paris Jazz Festival was immediately met with an abundance of success. The yearly festival features jazz music from around the world and events that everyone can enjoy. Running on every Saturday and Sunday afternoon for the duration of June and July, this festival has become a worldwide phenomenon Book here your hotel in Paris:

 

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History

The festival was founded in 1994 by two men names Franck Marchal and Olivier Bastardie in the Parc Floral in Paris.. As it was founded in France, it was initially known as À flour de Jazz which refers to the botanical garden setting. It was initially an event that attracted many jazz and nature lovers but has since expanded greatly. The initial festival housed and displayed jazz performances from performers such as Didier Lockwood, Trilok Gurtu, Brad Mehldau, Richard Bona, and many more. In 1998, the name was changed to the Paris Jazz Festival and it began to gain momentum worldwide, especially with the inauguration of the Delta in 1999. The Delta was a covered outdoor stage with the capacity to seat up to 1,500 people as well as enough room for 5,000 standing people.

The Paris Jazz Festival has two stages: one is located as the main stage in the park while the other is located over the water. There are places in the park for you to lay down a blanket and have a picnic, walk around and breathe in the nature, or sit and watch the jazz and other performances. During the festival season, the flowers around the park are in full bloom making it an irresistibly beautiful sight to behold. Whether you are a jazz connoisseur, a nature lover, or just want to experience something new, the Paris Jazz Festival is the perfect destination for you.

 

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