New Year’s Eve took place in the turning of the last 31st December to th 1st January of 2017 and guess what? Paris Design Agenda just picked up the best moments of these parties that caused a rumble in Parisian neighbourhoods.
For street parties, you could visit the steps and the squares around the Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre. Comparing it to Champs-élysées, it is definitely much more calmer since it offers an amazing view of the city. Though it does not offer any fireworks display, you could saw the full scenery of the city which is a beautiful sight.
Another way of dining in Paris for New Year’s Eve was taking to the Seine for a dinner cruise on a Bateaux Parisiens. Being in the river cruising while taking in a delicious dinner with a bottle of wine on hand and listening to musical entertainment that is being played within the boat will allow you to feel the real essence of Paris in lieu of the holiday season.
But if “Party Animal” is your middle name, so you must have chosen House & techno | La Scintillante Parade des Animaux Imaginaires at Badaboum. Badaboum is located in the Bastille district of Paris, on the same street as record shops Techno Import and Synchrophone. The club’s main room has one of the city’s best soundsystems, and there’s also a cocktail bar and a semi-secret upstairs room with retro décor. Badaboum’s bookings lean towards house, and the club’s unique interior light design has become one of its trademarks.
But if your choice relyed on brazilian sounds, so you must have chosen the Réveillon nouvel an Do Brazil at Le Cabaret Sauvage, which tooke place at Cabaret Sauvage.
The marvellous Cabaret Sauvage gathers the sound of drums as if you were on Copacabana beach as Avenida Brasil and brasilian nights.
Plates of salgadinhos and caïpirinhas were distributed as dancers, singers, percussionists and musician kept things going from 10pm until dawn. With Roda Do Cavaco, Timbo, Batuk’Nagô, DJ Tom B. and DJ Micmag.
Swing & Balkan beats – NYE at La Bellevilloise happened at La Bellevilloise. This year, much like every year, you were invited to dance the night away at the welcoming, warm-hearted La Bellevilloise. Swing, Cumbia, Balkan and tropical beats; there were enough genres to keep you busy in all four rooms until the early hours. With Hot Sugar Band, Cumbia Y Cardon, Carlos Miguel Trio, Brotherswing, Original Batichica and more, the party was huge.