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Solidays; a music festival and a commitment

Solidays; a music festival and a commitment

For its 21st edition, the Solidays music festival brings back all the ingredients that have made it such a success, including the Paris Longchamp racecourse venue, an eclectic line-up of French and international performers and a charitable commitment to supporting associations fighting against AIDS and helping those stricken by this pandemic. During your stay at the Hotel Jacques de Molay, don’t miss this great occasion of solidarity and music!


Party the Solidays way

This year once again, the big names in French and international music are supporting Solidays. Among them are such favourites as Angèle, Hocus Pocus, Supreme NTM, Dadju and Groundation. These artistes and dozens of others will take turns on the five stages of the festival. Three smaller and more intimate venues are sheltered under marquees while the two main stages host the headliners and draw up to fifty thousand festivalgoers.


Your Solidays

To ensure you experience the warmly inclusive atmosphere of the festival, it’s a good idea to book your passes for June 21st, 22nd and 23rd as soon as possible. Passes give you access to the entire festival for one, two or three full days. You’ll be able to come and go as you wish, catching the concerts you want to see and the meetings and presentations that take place in the fourth marquee. The team of your Hotel Jacques de Molay will help you arrange your transport to the festival. The Paris Longchamp racecourse is less than thirty minutes away by Metro and a system of free shuttles is provided by the RATP. It only remains for you to have a great time and support a worthy cause!

Solidays has been part of the Parisian festival scene for a long time. Discover its incredibly varied and rich programme, its warm ambiance and commitment to the fight against AIDS.


More information: 

- Festival Solidays

Crédit Photo : © Solidays

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