Concerts, cinemas, musical parades, baskets, canoes… A Paris, l’été s’annonce culturel et sportif

In the second year of the Olympic Games, the summer of 2022 in Paris will be placed under the sign of culture and sport. Concerts, cinema, dance, basketball, judo, canoeing, kayaking… This is a very eclectic programming, free and for all the public that comes to present Carine Rolland (PS), deputy in charge of culture, and Pierre Rabadan (app PS ), adjoining aux sports and aux Jeux olympiques and paralympiques.

“To bridge the peripheral barrier, to mark the link between Paris and Seine-Saint-Denis, is the DNA of the Paris 2024 candidacy,” hammered Pierre Rabadan. A flagship idea that will be unveiled during the Olympic days, organized on Wednesday 22 or Sunday 26 June, with a budget of 400,000 euros. On June 25, an ephemeral nautical base will be deployed between Bridge Marie and the Henri IV (IVe) tunnel. Canoes, kayaks and kayaks will be made available to volunteers who will be able to assist at 10 a.m. at a high -level swimmer relay.

A walk to the Stade de France

«L’amélioration de l’eau de la Seine will continue. On Sunday, she was excellent, ”congratulates Pierre Rabadan, also on the Seine. “I will no longer have a problem, leaving that place on the Pont-Marie which could have become a bathing place”, added Ariel Weil, mayor (PS) of Paris Center. He recalls: “We have already brought the Pharisees to the banks of the River.”

On June 26, at 1:30 pm, from the Park de la Villette (XIXe), walkers will be invited to unload on foot, by bicycle, along the sidewalk along the Saint-Denis canal and up to the Stade de France (Saint-Denis ). In addition to a boat concert, sports and cultural animations will accompany this promenade to which the mayor of Paris can participate.

Around the Stade de France, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., initiations (aviron, badminton, tennis, athletics, equestrian, fencing, gymnastics …) will be offered as well as meetings with the (non) champions of France. Towards the end of this exceptional weekend, a rolling musical parade will leave the Petit Palais (VIII) to join the Philharmony (XIXe).

And of course Paris beaches, from July 9th to August 21st

“This period that runs until the Olympic Games should allow us to multiply the meetings, to open up some to each other, to open up the aesthetics to each other,” said Carine Rolland. Place under the sign of the dialogue between culture and Olympics, the Olympic Forms festival will run until Sunday, September 4. As a result of a call for projects launched in March and coordinated by the Carreau du Temple which received 119 application files, the festival, endowed with a municipal budget of 800,000 euros (to which 70,000 euros from the Caisse ‘ allocations familiales), a selection 65 projects that will take place at a hundred events.

Live performances of current music, through exhibitions, are available for all tastes. Let’s take a look at the great sporting karaoke as part of the Fnac Live festival on the parvis of the Hotel-de-Ville (IVe), from June 29 to July 1, the Ciné Pop’ evenings programmed at Centquatre (XIXe) every Saturday of July which will end with a pop ball on July 30 or the famous Bolero de Ravel which will be performed by the Rwandan choreographer Wesley Ruzibiza (with dancers from Uganda, Congo, Tanzania and Rwanda) in front of 180 high school students and college students on Thursday, June 23, at 2:30 pm, at the Jean-Jaurès gymnasium (XIXe).

Not to mention Paris beaches that will open its business, as each summer, on the streets of the Georges-Pompidou (IVe) route around the Villette Basin (XIXe), from Saturday, July 9 to Sunday, August 21, where the details will be unveiled a little.

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