Friday 14th July La Garden Party with Martin Solveig at ParisLongchamp

An original way to celebrate Bastille Day!

The unmissable Garden Party at ParisLongchamp racecourse, organised on the French national holiday, is the final date of the “JeuXdi by ParisLongchamp” events, the season’s most eagerly-anticipated after-work events, whose eight dates in 2023 were all sold out!
On Friday 14th July, France Galop Live is rolling out a unique and original programme in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne: exceptional races run by the best flat horses and jockeys, open-air DJ sets so you can dance the night away, entertainment you can enjoy with your friends, and an outdoor food garden where you can have a bite to eat and a refreshing drink!
As for music, this year ParisLongchamp racecourse is delighted to announce that superstar DJ Martin Solveig is taking to the decks!

After the races, Martin Solveig is taking charge of the 2023 Garden Party!

A big name in electro music, launching his career in 2010 with hit tune “Hello”, the talented Martin Solveig will get racegoers dancing at the party on 14th July at ParisLongchamp.
He has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music, including Madonna, so his show promises to be spectacular! It is an event you will not want to miss!

Reserve your ticket on the France Galop LIVE ticketing website, with prices starting at just €12 (Early Bird price).

On the course, the eagerly-anticipated Grand Prix de Paris!

From 4.45pm, the racehorses and jockeys will put on a great show in the nine flat races, including the eagerly-anticipated Grand Prix de Paris. This Group 1 race, the highest category of horse race, is decisive because it is one of the preparatory races for the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, the world’s greatest horse race (which will be run on Sunday 1st October at ParisLongchamp). The Grand Prix de Paris is reserved for horses aged 3 and over and is run over the classic mile-and-a-half distance.


The evening’s schedule at ParisLongchamp racecourse:

3.30pm: ParisLongchamp racecourse opens
4.45pm: First race begins, then a race is run every 30 minutes
7pm: First DJ set
8.30pm: Grand Prix de Paris begins, the main race of the day
10.45pm: DJ sets continue, including Martin Solveig’s set
2am: Racecourse closes

Grab some refreshments from the Food Garden

Set up at the edge of the course on ParisLongchamp racecourse, the Food Garden is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat from one of the many street food stands as you watch the action on the course and on stage. The area also has several temporary bars, where you can enjoy a drink with your friends in a convivial and celebratory atmosphere.

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