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Le Club Section Zouk is a premier discotheque located in Fontenay-sous-Bois. Open Friday to Sunday, this discotheque has electrifying music played by their renowned DJs Tico and Lamiral. Apart from this, patrons can enjoy live music every Friday and Saturday. The in-house bar offers wide variety in terms of alcoholic drinks. The range of whiskeys is particularly varied. With VIP arrangements for it's elite clientele, La Pointe des Antilles is certainly one of the most renowned discos in the region.
Genuinely palatial, this nightclub is divided into two main rooms which provide different ambiances to patrons. The 2-level Le Palacio pumps out the sounds of "100% Tropical", while Le Club's sound is "100% Latino." An outside terrace can hold up to 400 people in addition to the vast interior space of 2000 square meters (22,000 square feet).
As exotic as the name sounds, Cocobeach strives to offer a little different experience for Parisians, who wish something different from the city's bustling nightlife. Set overlooking the Seine river, in the commune of Ivry-sur-Seine, this club plays host to a range of DJs, both local and touring. A stop here is sure to be entertaining. Call to know more.
Parisian hipsters have quickly made the 20th Arrondissement their new home, and La Fleche d'Or is at the height of the scene. If you are looking for a hip/indie crowd, untainted by cool hunters and gentrification (at least not yet!), then squeeze into those cigarette jeans and check it out. The live music, cheap drinks, and industrial loft-style décor (the building used to be the Charonne train station up until 1937) keeps the crowds young and coming back for more. Bands from all over the world are showcased here, bringing in an eclectic style of rock with a twist of sexy trance and edgy punk styles.
Moored on the banks of the Seine, Le Batofar is the capital's best techno and house music location. Food is served in the on-board restaurant while the bar on deck provides drinks as you bob gently on the water. Inside, off-the-wall decor plays host to some of the international circuit's best DJs. A varied program includes themed weeks (Barcelona, Budapest), experimental video evenings and fantastic weekend quayside concerts throughout the summer.
The name Dame de Canton (changed from Cabaret Pirate in 2008) encompasses an impressive range of possibilities: a Chinese-style yacht holds a restaurant and performance venue which transforms into a club animated by a live DJ after weekend concerts. At the restaurant, diners may choose à la carte or a formula including a meal and concert. The concerts themselves are fascinating. Contemporary performances of music from around the world: swing and jazz, reggae, rock, afro beat, electronic music, ska, hip hop, tzigane and gypsy styles, dub, beat box, singers, and occasional events built around the music find a home at the Dame de Canton. In addition, children's programming includes clown cabaret, musical theater, storytelling, and concerts. The boat may be rented for private events, and tickets are available online, by phone, or before the show.
This barge in Paris proper is a popular destination for jet set nightclub goers looking for an after-party-until-dawn scenario. Situated just steps away from the national library, Péniche Boer 2 keeps the party going until dawn every night of the week except Monday. It features an eclectic mix of concerts, world music and DJ sets, and has a capacity for 200 people.
This seaworthy theater is situated on a barge in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. Baleine Blanche offers a groovy wood interior and two floors spanning 100 square meters - perfect for hosting a variety of cultural events. Past shows have included dramatic productions, documentary and video screenings, photo exhibitions, and acoustic concerts. The boat can hold 200 people.
You might be forgiven for thinking you are in the Soukh of Medina in Marrakech, as the décor here transports you completely to a new and exotic world. Remember "Casablanca" with Humphrey Bogart, and let yourself be carried away by the oriental music and home-made cocktails. Your dream of the Orient continues with traditional cuisine based around Tajines, Pastillas and Vin Gris. With a bit of luck you will be treated to belly dancers or pass by a real camel at the entrance.
La Djoon is touted as the most 'soulful' club of Paris. One of the finest nightspots in the city, Djoon is spread across two floors, and is marked by large windows and brightly lit up interiors. International DJs relish playing at La Djoon. From Norman Jay, Ian Pooley, and Timmy Regisford, to Alix Alvarez, Jovonn and so on have performed at the venue amidst appreciation and applause from the crowds. Rock, pop, funk ad other genres of music also find expression at Djoon. It also houses a fine French restaurant and bar, that serves a delectable platter. La Djoon is an experience in itself. Go live it! Call for more information.
Concrete is docked on the River La Seine and is a popular haunt among hardcore clubbers. Set in a houseboat, it hosts rocking parties that is full of good music. From talented DJs to artists, the live-wire entertainment doesn't stop till early in the morning. Their all-day parties on certain Sundays of every month starts from 7a and ends at 2a.
A lively and upbeat night spot, Wanderlust, set along the River Seine offers a memorable night of peppy numbers that draws the elite crowd. Dance to the beats of techno and party music in the patio outside with spectacular views of the city skyline, glittering in the dark. The cafe and restaurant ensure that you do not go hungry. A popular spot for cultural events in the city like exhibitions, film screenings and workshops, it is a hub of activity that you must visit if ever in the city.