Looking for a fun spot to work on your tan sitting in the sun? The Musée du Quai Branly is opening for free the doors of its lovely garden. A luxurious space where you can stroll around and relax amidst exotic greenery, a real change of scenery.
Sunday afternoons in July, the garden morphs into an XXL open-sky dormitory for electronic siestas. The concept ? Clubbing lying down listening to soothing electro music, to decompress in the sun. On the agenda, DJ sets and artist concerts pinpointing cultural diversity such as Frédéric Sanchez (Sunday 20 July 16h), known for having signed the sound tracks of the Prada, Marc Jacobs and Alexander Wang fashion shows. Another rendezvous to mark in red felt, Frank Fairfiled, the pop musician straight from the US will play On Sunday 27 July at 5pm.
We also like: the great exhibits Tatoueurs Tatoués and Tikki Pop and other animations, notably the initiation to traditional Hawaiian dances (Saturday 2 August) to learn how to gyrate like a real vahiné.
Jardin d’été 2014 Tatouages & Vahinés, until 31 August 2014, free access
Tuesday, Wendesday and Sunday from 9h15am to 7h30pm. Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9h15am to 9h15pm