Nuit Blanche 2024: the program for the 23rd edition revealed


Nuit Blanche 2024: the program for the 23rd edition revealed

SLEEPLESS NIGHT. The Parisian cultural event, which coincides with the 2024 Olympic Games, returns with a vengeance for a most appetizing program. What does the second spring edition of Nuit blanche have in store for us?

[Updated April 16, 2024 at 4:20 p.m.] The unmissable cultural event of Greater Paris is back on Saturday June 1, 2024 for a new spring edition which will honor the so-called “ultramarine” territories. Under the artistic direction of Claire Tancons, this 23rd edition of Nuit Blanche will shine in the capital and in around thirty Parisian suburbs, but also in Rouen and beyond the oceans, offering around fifteen transdisciplinary projects combining performance and music. , dance and theater but also breakdancing, skateboarding and fencing... Indeed, this year, Nuit blanche coincides with the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. The evening will therefore combine culture and sport, for the happiness of all!

La Nuit blanche à Paris is one of the most anticipated cultural events of the year, captivating art and culture lovers for an entire evening/night for free. To make this experience even more enriching, don't forget to intentionally get lost in the picturesque streets of the capital, known for its romantic charm and stunning architecture. La Nuit blanche offers a perfect opportunity to rediscover its hidden treasures in a new light.

Like every year, the cultural event is an opportunity for many artists to offer various installations and performances, each more spectacular than the last, in the cultural spaces, streets and museums of the French capital. In Paris, you can discover, among other things:

This major open-air contemporary art event in Paris has a metropolitan dimension, also taking over different municipalities in Greater Paris. Thus, this year 2024, more than 100 artistic proposals can be discovered intramural and nearly 150 proposals will be held in several municipalities of the Greater Paris Metropolis. The city of Rouen will also offer its Nuit Blanche through a performance inspired by the series “Métaphore du Pyékoko” signed by the Martinican artist Gwladys Gambie. Guadeloupe and Polynesia will make Nuit Blanche shine beyond the oceans.

The artistic festivities are organized on the first weekend of June like last year, i.e. on the night of Saturday June 1 to Sunday June 2, 2024.