A two-to-three-day rock festival that takes place just outside of Paris every August, Rock en Seine has been an annual Paris event since 2003. Held at the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud Park – inside a beautiful garden... ... read more
A two-to-three-day rock festival that takes place just outside of Paris every August, Rock en Seine has been an annual Paris event since 2003.
Held at the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud Park – inside a beautiful garden designed by famed landscape architect André Le Nôtre – Rock en Seine consistently brings in a stellar lineup of indie and mainstream performers, with more than twenty bands typically performing each day.
Past Rock en Seine performers have included the Foo Fighters, Big Audio Dynamite, Wolfgang, Arctic Monkeys, Interpol, Q-Tip, The Wombats, My Chemical Romance, Cypress Hill, Massive Attack, and many more.
Music buffs probably remember that Rock en Seine is also where the band Oasis split up back in 2009, after Liam and Noel Gallagher got into a fight shortly before they were scheduled to go on stage.
Tickets to Rock en Seine usually start at around €40/day or €109 for a three-day pass. Three-day pass holders are also allowed to camp on the park grounds during the festival. Rock en Seine camping is around €30 for two people and €60 for four. Space is limited, so would-be campers are advised to book early.
A special smartphone mobile app is also available for Rock en Seine attendees. The Rock en Seine mobile app can be downloaded from the festival’s official site, and gives users access to an updated schedule, includes a picture-sharing utility, and lots of fun social media tools for getting the most out of your concert experience.