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5 things to do in Paris this weekend

From 7 to 9 of june

5 things to do in Paris this weekend From 7 to 9 of june

When Friday afternoon gives way to evening, Paris awakens to a new freedom. The streets, rich with history, slow their frenetic pace, inviting residents to enjoy the arrival of the weekend. Cafés come to life, green spaces echo with laughter, and the banks of the Seine fill with strollers seeking a romantic escape. It is the beginning of a weekend filled with culture, gastronomy, and relaxation, a welcome break in the whirlwind of urban life. Here is the time to unwind, and here are some ideas to fully enjoy these two days in the City of Light.

Where to Eat - Chez Kuma

Kuma, a modern Yatai nestled in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, reinvents Japanese street food. This street counter offers a short but impactful menu with flavorful ramen, delicate Japanese curries, and comforting donburis, all homemade. Imagined by two passionate young partners, Kuma embodies a young and urban spirit. You sit at the smoked oak counter, admiring the urban displays adorning the walls, while an eclectic musical selection – funk, hip-hop, retro, and Latin sounds – envelops the space. At Kuma, each dish, whether a creamy curry or a generous donburi, invites you to rediscover Japanese cuisine in a new light, in a dynamic and contemporary atmosphere.

5 Rue des Ecouffes, 75004 Paris, France


To Discover - KIDZ Magazine x Lafayette Anticipation

Under the avant-garde auspices of Lafayette Anticipations, KIDZ Magazine unveils its new 2024 edition this weekend, in a brilliant collaboration with VIEWS. This Parisian event, spread over two days, celebrates the effervescent creativity of 50 world artists, each using their carte blanche to reveal the emerging art scene. On Friday, June 7, from 6 pm to 10 pm, the agora will resonate with the sound creations of Manaré, founder of Rinse France, while the turntables will ignite with the sets of Nonantefrombelgium and Shanae, blending live and DJ set. Participants can savor the flavors offered by Pluto, perfectly in tune with the festive atmosphere. On Saturday, June 8, from 11 am to 7 pm, Manaré's sound installation will continue its auditory enchantment, preluding a meeting from 3 pm to 4:30 pm, the program of which remains to be discovered. A total immersion in the artistic and cultural avant-garde, orchestrated by KIDZ Magazine, for a weekend where Paris will vibrate to the rhythm of creative youth.

9 Rue du Plâtre, 75004 Paris, France


Where to Have Fun - At Canal Barboteur with Pabels

This Saturday, the Canal Barboteur ignites with an exceptional day, orchestrated by the talented DJ Pabels from Buenos Aires. Nestled along the Canal de l'Ourcq, this space becomes the stage for a symphony, where Latin rhythms meet the vibrant energy of the French capital. Pabels, master of the Argentine electro scene, promises a transcendental sound experience, blending captivating and groovy beats. The Canal Barboteur, a meeting place for free spirits and music lovers, offers an intimate and enchanting setting for this memorable day. Join the dance, let yourself be carried away by the magic of the moment, and dive into a unique musical journey under the Parisian stars.

6 rue Raymond Queneau - Canal de l’Ourcq, Bobigny, 93000


Where to Shop - At Dawn

Since June 2020, At Dawn has shone like a star in the vintage universe, thanks to the passionate vision of Alyssa and Matthieu. Working in the luxury sector, in marketing and IT respectively, they infuse each piece with their exquisite taste and deep values. Their love for fashion and vintage treasures has led them to travel the world, unearthing unique pieces that tell timeless stories. At Dawn is more than a shop; it's a sensory experience where each meticulously selected item invites a journey through time. The creations offered reflect a clever mix of avant-garde and nostalgia, capturing the essence of bygone eras with a touch of modernity. At Dawn's ambition is to become a sanctuary of freedom and self-expression, resonating with the lifestyle of the new generation. Here, fashion is a daily celebration, a tribute to dreams and discoveries. Like dawn, At Dawn symbolizes a new beginning, where each piece tells a story, linking the past to the present in a radiant harmony.

13 Rue de Picardie, 75003 Paris, France


Where to Party - At Pride to be Preto at Pamela

Come party this Friday, June 7, with Pride to be Preto at the Pamela Club organized by the brothers Priince and Majeesty D'Silva. This club, with its purple velvet armchairs, dim lighting, and exquisite cocktails, creates a captivating atmosphere, a place where the art of living takes on its full meaning. Come and enjoy an evening celebrating diversity.

62 Rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris, France