This summer you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy some great events in Paris during your stay at the Hotel Daunou Opera. Fashion fans can discover the outfits of the much-missed singer and actress Dalida in an exceptional exhibition at the Palais Galliera, the fashion museum of the city of Paris. While music buffs will be flocking to the Parc de la Villette, where they can enjoy a series of jazz concerts, courtesy of the eclectic line-up promised by the Festival Jazz de la Villette.
A fashion icon
With her curvaceous shape, the famous Egyptian-born singer Dalida embodied the fashions of the decades in which she lived. Ever aware of the power of image, she changed her style according to her moods. Whether dressed in haute-couture or ready-to-wear, she always radiated a distinctive elegance and earthy appeal.
A wardrobe boasting creations by the leading designers
From Balmain to Yves-Saint-Laurent via Azzaro, the singer loved fashion and the couturiers loved her. On the thirtieth anniversary of her death, the Palais Galliera devotes an incredible exhibition to Dalida, offering the perfect opportunity to admire her magnificent wardrobe until August 13th, 2017.
A summer full of music at the Festival Jazz de la Villette
The 2017 edition of the Festival Jazz de la Villette will be held from August 31st to September 13th. Stay at the Hotel Daunou Opera so you won’t miss this popular musical event.
A line-up rich with the best performers
This year, once again, the festival promises a wealth of jazz musicians and singers and will continue to explore the immense variety of music to be found within the jazz genre. Performing this year will be De La Soul, Curtis Harding, Gregory Porter, Archie Shepp and many other greats from all over the world.
A unique festival
Jazz concerts in the lovely surroundings of the Parc de la Villette offer a delightful way to spend the late summer days and evenings in Paris.
Finally, during your Paris getaway, don’t miss the much anticipated July 23rd arrival on the Champs-Élysées of the Tour de France.