September in Paris is generally warm with average temperatures around 24 degrees. The month is considered as one of the best times for tourists, as the travel rates are significantly lower as well as the lines for attractions. In this article, we will highlight five more reasons, some of which events, why you should visit Paris this September.

The Techno Parade – September 28

The French Techno Parade was established in 1998, and every year since then mobile sound systems and parade participants reclaim the streets of Paris. For six hours, dancers are recreating a party atmosphere in the most central locations of the city. There is a wide presence and you can get to hear some of the most famous touring DJs such as Bob Sinclar, Laurent Garnier and Jeff Mills, as well as, emerging talent. A variety of electronic genres are represented at the parade.

Paris Electronic Week – September 25-29

The 7th edition of Paris Electronic Week will also take place this September. In the period of four days, the French capital will host global artist, music fans and enthusiasts in various clubs, record shops and venues. This is a hybrid multidisciplinary festival, as it does not only offer parties but also conferences, workshops and masterclasses dedicated to electronic music and cultures. Last year, the festival attracted more than 10,000 participants, this year even more are expected. Some of the speakers announced so far are Anetha, Burning an, Rinse France and Yoyaku.

Paris Electronic Week

Paris City Fashion Week – September 27

Paris City Fashion Week is happening towards the end of September. This is a great opportunity to spot new international designers and their work. The annual event attracts consumers, enthusiasts and media and provides a platform where young talented designers can showcase their creations.

Paris City Fashion Week

Opéra national de Paris

There are some great concerts in store in Paris, Verdi’s La Traviata will be staged from 12 September to 16 October. The young theatre director Simon Stone has revisited the masterpiece. For information on all the concerts, exhibitions and tickets, you can visit Palais Garnier’s website where the concerts will be held.

Opéra national de Paris

Jazz a La Villette Festival 1 – 10 September

Jazz a La Villette is a jazz festival will take pace in Paris from 29 August to 10 September. If you are into jazz, then you should definitely consider visiting the French capital, as the line-up of this festival includes the most innovative artists of all styles of jazz. More about the programme can be found on their website.

Jazz a La Villette Festival