Paris City is a wonderful place to visit all year, especially if you are a lover of fine arts. If you are planning a trip to the French capital in the first half of this year, do check out the below events to make the most of your trip.
Concert of Seal at La Seine Musicale
The singer performs live at the new concert hall on Île Seguin Island amid Boulogne-Billancourt and Sèvres commune on February 28, 2018. The English singer cum songwriter is popular for his 1990’s albums namely ‘Crazy’ and ‘Killer’. Seal’s live concert during the Parisian winter is worth a visit if you are a music lover with interests in Rhythm and Blues and Soul genres.
Eugène Delacroix Exhibit at Musée du Louvre
The exhibition devoted to Eugène Delacroix is all set to begin from March 29 to July 23, 2018. It gathers more than 180 artworks including “Liberty Leading the People” the 1830 painting of the influential French artist. It pays tribute to the Parisians to have ousted King Charles of France on the occasion of the July Revolution. You can see that and many other landscape and religious artworks of Delacroix this March after your Louvre museum tours.
The French Open
Springtime is billed as one of the best times to visit Paris for romantic couples. However, it is also the ideal time if you are into professional tennis. This year’s edition of Roland-Garros starts on March 27 and prolongs until June 10. Will the clay court set stage for the much beloved Roger Federer versus Rafal Nadal rivalry, as it has been the case over the years in French Open? Or will new champions emerge? Find out the answer only in one of Paris City’s showpiece event.
Note that the tickets are affordable for the early stages of the tennis tournament, but once it progresses to the final rounds, the costs will rise expectantly. You can also see pop-up restaurants and sports bars through the City of Lights sharing the festive mood this spring.
If you are touring Paris in June, make it a point to visit ‘We Love Green Festival’ at Bois de Vincennes on June 2 or June 3, 2018. The public park in Paris will play hosts to the music event that comprise of everything from classic to jazz alongside world music.