Gaëtan Roussel, Lilly Wood and the Prick, Paul Mirabel … what awaits you this Sunday at Paris Paradis

We are not going to leave like that! For this third and last day of festivities at Parc de la Villette, Paris Paradis still has some nice surprises in its bag. The festival organized by Le Parisien notably offers a unique marathon of humor in the majestic enclosure of the Cabaret Sauvage. On the menu: four shows, forty artists, performances of around seven minutes for each, and jokes that will burst under the big top.

At 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., a 100% stand-up atmosphere with the best of the discipline: Paul Mirabel, Mathieu Madénian, Guillermo Guiz, Shirley Souagnon, Tania Dutel, Sebastian Marx, Tristan Lopin, Jason Brokerss … At 6 p.m., special stage “Pasquinade”, named after this humorous video platform, with Thomas Wiesel, Dédo, Yacine Belhousse, Christine Berrou, Pierre Thévenoux, Certe Mathurin…

Finally, “New Roaring Twenties” gala evening at 8 pm with a mix of sketches, musical numbers, burlesque performances… On the bill: Arnaud Tsamère, les Coquettes, Lola Dubini, Marc Fraize, Éric and Quentin, Viktor Vincent , Noémie de Lattre, all under the leadership of a colorful master of ceremonies: Calixte de Nigremont.

Myd, new sensation of the French Touch

On the musical scene, the headliners of the day are called Gaëtan Roussel (the singer of Louise Attaque), Lilly Wood and The Prick and Gauvain Sers. The first has just released a delightful pop-rock album. The second signed a comeback as striking as it was unexpected. The third will offer his banter and generosity.

Also on the program: the Stéphanoise Terrenoire revelation, two talented brothers. But also the new French Touch sensation, Myd. Or Lujipeka, young boy in the wind who evolves in the Columbine collective. And then, there are our recent favorites: Victor Solf and his uppercut songs, Elia, the protégé of Booba. And again Terrier, Rover, Pauline Croze …

Free family entertainment, wellness workshops and many and varied activities complete the picture of this Sunday in Paradise.

Paris Paradise, in the Parc de la Villette (Paris, 19th century). Free activities from 10 a.m. Concerts on the ring road stage and that of the Jardin des îles, from 3 p.m., 16 euros per day, free for children under 12. Comedy shows at Cabaret Sauvage at 2, 4, 6 and 8 p.m. From 16 to 20 euros the place (reductions of 25% for our readers on the last two platters with the code PARADIS25). Information and reservations on

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