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Paris Travel Guide

Live Music in Paris

Le Divan du Monde (see Clubs above) hosts intimate pop concerts, providing a chance to see the stars close up.

Live jazz is played by local and international high-calibre musicians at Le Bilboquet, 13 rue St-Benoît, 6th, nightly (from around 2200 hrs onwards). There is no admission charge but drinks are priced at approximately €20.

A young, unsophisticated crowd is drawn to La Flèche d’Or, 102 bis rue de Bagnolet, 20th, a converted station turned live-music venue, with a sticky, beer-stained floor on the edge of trendy Ménilmontant. Concerts run from Thursday to Sunday evenings and the music ranges from blues to rock or reggae and satirical French chansons.

Chesterfield Café, 124 rue La Boétie, 8th, situated just off avenue des Champs-Elysées, is popular with ex-pats and hosts US rock and blues bands. To guarantee a seat, it is wise to book a table. Major rock concerts take place at the Palais des Congrès, 2 place de la Porte-Maillot, 17th. The Opus Jazz and Blues Restaurant, 167 quai Valmy, 10th, in the rapidly gentrifying Canal de Saint Martin area, offers good food and a eclectic selection of music, from aspiring Parisian youths through to more established acts.

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