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“Les Siestes Electroniques”, originally from Toulouse, are here in Paris to help you discover more adventurous strains of electro at the Museum of quai Branly, located right by the Eiffel Tower.

The Museum itself is dedicated to cultural dialogue, so these Sunday concerts are based on ethnomusicology and designed to provide new listening experiences both musically and culturally.

A chill music festival

Starting Sunday, June 26th until Sunday, July 17th, this adventurous and extremely popular music festival will provide live artists and DJ sets with free entry in the Museum’s sunny garden.

Each Sunday will feature two different artists with different musico-cultural influences, but all under the large umbrella of electronic music. For a full list of featured artists by week, look here.

Les siestes électroniques, by the Tourist in Paris

To get your free tickets (each invitation automatically allows for two places), click on this link on the Monday before the concert starting from 10AM to sign up. Only the first 600 who do so will receive the tickets, and will be notified 2-3 days before the concert.

If you are looking for a different type of chill music festival during your stay in Paris, Les Siestes Electroniques will definitely add an element of welcomed diverse and memorable music. And here, make no mistake it’s totally up to you how you should react to the music:  You can chill-out, rejoice or dance. Total freedom of being.

When? Four Sundays on June 26th, July 3rd, 10th and 17th, 2016. Enter before 4PM.

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When:
On Sundays (June 26th, July 3rd, 10th, 17th): 4:00 pm

Where: Musée du quai Branly, Quai Branly, Paris, France
Metro: Alma-Marceau (line 9)