• 08 Sep

    Paris Electronic Week 2015, the festival that honors electronic cultures

    Electronic cultures will conquer Paris from 19 to 26 September 2015, with the 3rd edition of the Paris Electronic Week. This year, the festival will take a new dimension and this by combining professional meetings, atypical events and evenings to become the must-networking platform for actors of electronic music in France.

    The third edition of the festival begins with the Techno Parade which celebrates this year 17 years of existence on the streets of the capital.

    Having focused for two years on collaboration with institutions, professional networks, trade unions and civil society, the Paris Electronic Week 2015 draws to a strong international outlook and an important development. And after hosting 10,000 participants in 2014, the festival will welcome around 20,000 people this year! The Electronic Week Paris launches a bet for this 3rd edition: eight days to connect the electronic culture through lectures, master classes, events and think tanks. Through various conferences, debates, inter-professional meetings, showcases, master classes and other festive evenings, the Paris Electronic Week aims to become the must-networking platform for actors of electronic music in France and abroad.

    To do so, the Paris Electronic Week will take place in 12 different places like the Machine du Moulin Rouge, the Institut du Monde Arabe (Arab World Institute), Welcome City Lab, the Salons de la Mairie De Paris (Salons of the Paris City Hall), as well as some parks and museums, and will host 30 artists for 18 events.

    In short, the Paris Electronic Week is a 10-day festival with a lot of artistic, festive, and educational events around electronic music and culture in Paris.

    Guests staying at the Sister Hotels will be lucky within a few minute drive from the main spots holding the festival such the Machine du Moulin Rouge, see you around! 


    Paris Electronic Week 2015

    When?  from 19 to 26 September 2015

    Where? 12 different settings in Paris