Banlieues Bleues, a bustling jazz festival in Seine-Saint-Denis!
Innovative, audacious, plethoric, full of inventions and initiatives, the Banlieues Bleues Festival is at the highlight of the music season in France and Europe. Famous around the world, this Seine-Saint-Denis, Great-Jazz festival continues to explore vast and lively musical territories! Each edition of the festival features jazz-inspired various concerts to make up the music-festival spirit with jazz gigs on the stage of the Paris Ile de France venues.
Binker & Moses, Tony Allen will open the Banlieues Bleues Festival on the 3rd March 2017 while Vaudou Game and Roger Damawuzan will close the festival along withNoura Mint Seymali, Bargou 08, Islam Chipsy & Eek on the 31st March 2017.
Many major new jazz talents are topping the bill! Jazz fans visiting Paris can track the contemporary pulse of the jazz music scene with names such as Dizzy Gillespie or Django Reinhardt at some of the classical jazz clubs. They also offer a dynamic program of new jazz talents from around the world.
Dynamo, the residence all year round for concerts and events, is also the venue for special jazzy gig evenings. Festival Banlieues Bleues takes place in several venues across the territory of Seine Saint Denis.
Public transport includes information to get to all venues accessible via the main metro and RER stations: Aubervilliers Quatre Chemins, Porte de Pantin, Stade de France Saint Denis…
La Dynamo de Banlieues Bleues à Pantin
L'Embarcadère - Aubervilliers
L'Odéon - Tremblay-en-France
Espace Paul Eluard - Stains
Ciné 104 - Pantin
Centre culturel Houdremont - La Courneuve
Espaces V - Villepinte
Maison du Peuple - Pierrefitte sur Seine
Pablo Neruda Hall - Bobigny
MC93 - Bobigny
Espace 93 - Clichy-sous-bois
Espace 1789 - Saint-Ouen
To plan your visit, check out the website of Banlieues Bleues Festival.