The l’île des Impressionnistes à Chatou (Island of the Impressionists or Chatou Island) on the outskirts of West Paris was the inspiration for literary and artistic geniuses like Maupassant and Renoir... ... read more
The l’île des Impressionnistes à Chatou (Island of the Impressionists or Chatou Island) on the outskirts of West Paris was the inspiration for literary and artistic geniuses like Maupassant and Renoir. And since 2010, this picturesque island on the Seine River has continued its tradition of artistic inspiration with the annual Inox Park Paris festival. On a Saturday in September, the island welcomes the biggest names in electronic dance music (EDM) to usher in the future of sound from the morning until midnight.
With three stages to choose from, fans of EDM are treated to some of the best DJs and electronic acts in the world. Past performers at Inox Park Paris include legends and rising stars like Tiësto, Avicii, Eric Prydz, Skrillex, and Steve Aoki.
Standard tickets to Inox Park Paris start from around €42. For a more exclusive experience at Inox Park Paris, opt for the VIP ticket, starting at around €79. VIP tickets include priority access for the best views of the stage, an elevated VIP area, and a private bar. For the chance to meet your favorite headlining acts backstage, go for gold with the premium ticket at around €379. The premium experience includes priority access, special catering, and a backstage pass. Parking is extremely limited but there’s a convenient metro stop nearby.
With plenty of drinking and dining options, there’s plenty to keep you busy all day long in-between sets at Inox Park Paris. After the island goes quiet at midnight, discover new music at the packed out Inox Park Paris After Party with exclusive DJ sets that go late into the night. Or head into West Paris to keep on dancing at the trendy bars and nightclubs nearby.