Paris is beautiful. But the guys at Weather Festival think it would look even better by bringing over 13 000 people for 18 hours of non-stop music on two amazing dance floors. Get ready to experience Paris like you’ve never seen it before!
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The crew chose 3 very special places to illustrate the Weather Festival in which 4 huge parties will take place during the three days. Eight official events in total will take place during the festival and the other places.
1. “Palais des Congrès de Montreuil”
The highlight of Weather Festival is a unique gathering, something never seen in Paris and surroundings. Over 13 000 people are expected at the Palais des Congrès of Montreuil (right outside Paris – metro access) to celebrate for 18 hours non-stop on two floors artists such as Marcel Dettman, Chris Liebing, Len Faki, Robert Hood, Nina Kraviz, Margaret Dygas…
Particular attention will be paid to design and decoration, installations or mapping, Vj’ing and lights will combine around a unique scenography thought for the occasion. For this event, more than 70 tons of technical equipment and over 300 speakers will be necessary to equip, inspire and transform this industrial palace into an electro cathedral.
Friday 17th and Sunday 19th, Weather Festival is welcoming you in a very special place in the heart of Paris on the Quaker. Board aboard the European largest barge for two amazing musicals sessions on two floor !
SIRA is a former printing house that became a huge 4000 m2 phalanx in Asnières sur Seine (Paris suburb). Since the end of 2011, it has hosted numerous artists from different backgrounds and offers 2 floors of work, creation, performance and life space. Its warehouse style makes it an atypical place which indoor and outdoor spaces come to life to the rhythm of day and night. “