A free clubbing evening on the roof of Terminal 1 at CDG airport

A free clubbing evening on the roof of Terminal 1 at CDG airport
A free clubbing evening on the roof of Terminal 1 at CDG airport

Usually a place of transit that one wants to escape as quickly as possible, a airport terminal will soon be a party hotspot for the summer. In the heart of the airport Charles de Gaulle at Roissybig names from the French electronic and pop-rock scene will follow one another to make us dance all evening long. This will take place on July 17, on the roof of Terminal 1 of the airport. A highly unusual place for an evening that will be just as unusual!

Charles de Gaulle Airport transformed into a giant club for an evening

In the list of our favorite open airswe never thought we would add a day Charles de Gaulle airport among our reference places. And yet, this is where night owls will meet to tap their feet this summer. Thanks to the evenings The Circle at Le Bourgetor even at parties previously organized in the Terminal 2E or in the area of baggage claimsome lucky people have already been able to invest in such a place to get in the mood. But this time, we will be able to touch the stars a little more since the evening will simply take place on the roof of the terminal!

Organised by the ADP group, this festive gathering was soberly named “Terminal 1”. Behind the decks and on stage, the cream of the French Touch is expected. In this respect, we will find Air, Phoenix, Etienne de Crécy, Alan Braxe, Benjamin Diamond, Inès Mélia and Izzy Lindqwister. And the cherry on the cake is that you can access this event for free, upon registration. To hope to get tickets, the appointment is given this Wednesday 3 at 11am on the ticket office.

Terminal 1 – July 17, 2024 – Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport – All the information here

Also read: The Air and Space Museum’s open-air film festival is making a big comeback this summer!

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