Friday evening at the FNAC Live 2015 festival

Parvis de l'Hôtel de Ville


In fact, the show also takes place in the courtyard. Behind the overcrowded square of the Town Hall hides a most confidential patio where artists and musicians enjoy the generosity of the organization.

This year again (it’s #4), the FNAC and the Mairie de Paris have seen things big – and very loud – for the inauguration of the new season of Paris Plage. Set up in partnership with SONOS and Hello Bank!, the 2015 edition of the FNAC Live Festival, entirely free as usual, brought together more than 100,000 people on the square, sidewalks and adjacent streets. A real human tide, spread over four increasingly eclectic concert evenings, which confirms almost too much the dazzling success of the musical initiative.

On the program this year, the same DNA: new stage and poster heads for a maximum open style range, with Brigitte, Ibeyi, Django Django, Christine & the Queens, Benjamin Biolay, Mika, The Avener, Izia and, this Friday Baxter Dury, Super Discount (Etienne de Crecy), Dominique A or The Shoes. To name just a few. That’s a lot already. Review of the third and penultimate night.

Photos: Romain Mayoussier
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