What To Do in Paris in June

June visitors can bask in the summer sunshine in one of the city's beautiful parks and squares. June also marks the start of the popular Paris Jazz Festival and several other themed music events.

What To Do in Paris in June

June is a great time to come to Paris. The warmer weather has arrived and the parks and gardens the perfect spots to enjoy the summer sunshine. Here are some of the events to enjoy this summer in Paris!

We Love Green Festival

6 – 7 June 2020

This two-day festival explores and celebrates the green lifestyle in the beautifully forested Parc de Bagatelle. Two stages will feature a fantastic line up of folk, pop and electronic performances on both days and the event is as environmentally friendly as possible. This festival has sold out in previous years so if you plan on attending be sure to book your tickets early!

Website: http://www.welovegreen.fr/?lang=en

Fete du Velo

14 June 2020

If you're looking for a two-wheel adventure, hire a Vélib bicycle and join thousands of cyclists as they pedal through the centre of Paris and celebrate the annual Fête du Vélo! For more information on the public bicycle system, please visit https://www.velib-metropole.fr/en_GB.

Website:  www.feteduvelo.fr

Champs-Elysées Film Festival

16 – 23 June 2020

This annual film festival showcases international films and documentaries in a number of categories on one of Paris' most beautiful avenues. If you are looking for more events like this, take a look at our Best Of Evening Entertainment Blog here.

Website: http://www.champselyseesfilmfestival.com

Paris Jazz Festival

27 June – Mid-July 2020

Why not enjoy a series of concerts that are completely free of charge on a warm summer day or evening at the Parc Floral de Paris? The Paris Jazz Festival offers up another calendar of excellent jazz shows. Concerts are free with the admission to the park, which is accessible via public transport. Take the Métro to Château de Vincennes (1) or the RER line A to Vincennes.

Website: festivalsduparcfloral.paris

The Chopin Festival Begins in Paris

20 June – 14 July 2020

The Chopin Society once again presents its tribute to one of the world’s greatest romantic composers, Frederick Chopin, at the annual Chopin Festival. The setting at the lovely Orangerie in the Parc de Bagatelle is ideal for listening to recitals of the composer’s work performed by musicians from all around the world. Music lovers should not miss this atmospheric festival showcasing Chopin’s works in a magical setting!

Website:     www.frederic-chopin.com

Fete de la Musique

21 June 2020

Launched in 1982, the Fête de la Musique, also called World Music Day, takes place on the longest day of the year and celebrates music in all its forms. In Paris, live bands present free concerts throughout the city. The celebrations take on a carnival feel and offer visitors a chance to join in the fun at locations across Paris.

Website: http://www.fetedelamusique.culture.fr/

Summer Sales Start in Paris!

28 June – 8 August 2020

Just before Parisians head out of town for the traditional August vacation period, the summer sales arrive so they can hit the beach in style! The annual summer sales—called Les Soldes in French—are one of the best parts of visiting Paris in late June and July. Pack a pair of comfortable walking shoes and get ready for a fabulous bargain hunt!

If you plan to make the most of the Paris summer sales this year, check out our blog anticipating upcoming bargains here. For more information and insider shopping tips, visit our Paris Shopping Guide.

LGBT Pride March (Gay Pride)

27 June 2020

This year, the Paris Gay Pride Parade will take the streets by storm in one of the year's most festive and colorful events. The parade will start near the Montparnasse-Bienvenue Métro station in the 15th arrondissement and will make its way through the city to the Place de la Bastille for a huge street party.

Website:     www.marchedesfiertes.fr


28 June – 1 July 2020

Avid cinema-goers are in for a treat in early July during the Fête du Cinéma, when films in Paris can been seen for a reduced fee of only a few euros after buying one regularly priced ticket. If you love movies, it’s a fun and cultural way to spend a summer evening in Paris! If you are looking for more events like this, take a look at our Best Of Evening Entertainment Blog here.

Event Website: http://www.feteducinema.com/

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