The FNAC Live Paris, a perennially anticipated event, made a triumphant return in 2022 after years of Covid-induced absence, setting the crowds in front of L’Hotel de Ville wild with performances by Bob Sinclar, Jeanne Birkin, and Pedro Winter.
The summer festival has been dearly missed during its hiatus, even as a reduced indoor version was hosted at the Théâtre du Châtelet. Organisers reported that an 80,000 strong crowd showed up over three days.
Given its successful resurgence, the free festival returns and the first names on the line-up have already been revealed.
This year, we’re seeing big names from various music genres, such as Franz Ferdinand, Benjamin Biolay, Boombass, Étienne de Crécy, DJ Falcon, Polo & Pan, Jason Glasser, Gabi Hartmann, Beck, Selah Sue, Agar Agar, Ofenbach, and Lujipeka.
For the 12th consecutive year, the festival reaffirms its commitment to a diverse genre representation including rock, rap, jazz, and electronic music, thereby ensuring a taste for everyone’s musical preference.
The FNAC Live festival annually invigorates the Parisian avenues with a diversely eclectic program and the energetic fervor. The forthcoming 2023 edition has seen efforts doubled to curate a selection of the best possible concerts under the summer sun.
The Fnac Live Festival is scheduled from June 28 to 30, 2023, to be held at the l’Hotel de Ville, 75004 Paris.
For more information, head to leclaireur.fnac.com/festival/fnac-live-paris