Music & Festivals

Music & Festivals
Mona Lisa

If there is anyone who could upstage Mona Lisa – it is, without a doubt, Beyoncé. When Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s new album, This is Love,...
Cannes Film Festival 2018

La Croisette is abuzz. It’s that time of the year again: Cannes Film Festival. The festival opened Tuesday night, following the official “opening proclamation” by...

In 1989, the then mayor of Paris, and future president of France, Jacques Chirac, awarded Miles Davis the Grande Medaille de Vermeille. If Davis...

Ritz Paris In addition to the historic auction taking place from the 17th to the 21st of April, Ritz Paris will also be allowing...

Acrobats, jugglers, rope climbers, balancers, aerialists, divers, flyers, urban dancers, diaboloists, cyr and aerial hoop whirlers—all moving their bodies in mind-bending ways and making...

After a week of PyeongChang’s ice skates, glitter, and rhinestones, let’s glide on up to Glitter Central: the Moulin Rouge in Montmartre. That’s right....

When famous French rock singer Johnny Hallyday passed away last month, on December 5, there was a national melancholy felt in France. Yet again...

Corey Frye, also known as “A French Frye in Paris,” spends much of his days pounding the cobblestones in Paris as he leads tours...

What do you do with kids at Christmas in Paris? Tuning into your festive mode, the City of Light is brimming with choices. From...

Samuel Lerner, an accomplished jazz pianist based in Paris, has been musical for as long as he can remember. Lerner talks to Bonjour Paris...

Last year we were wowed by the Grand Train, a creative pop-up space installed in an old SNCF rail depot, and this year promises...

This summer, the Mona Bismarck American Center in the 16th arrondissement plays host to Summer House- a two month festival with live music concerts, DJ...