La Scène Bastille has been done up and re-launched by the same group behind the Panic Room bar, and is now the Badaboum. Inside there’s a fashionably simple retro-industrial look, a new sound system that makes the light-strewn ceiling shake, a restaurant and cocktail/tapas bar open to all from 7pm, and a secret room upstairs with a bachelor pad allure. Altogether, the Badaboum has succeeded in giving new life to the space. We like the reasonable prices, the high-class ambiance, and the intimate, intense gigs in the 350-person concert space, its stage almost at crowd level. Nights kick off with gigs from emerging pop-rock artists, then comes clubbing with a good range of French and international techno DJs.
2 bis rue des Taillandiers
|Opening hours:||Mardi et mercredi de 19h à 2h, du jeudi au samedi de 19h à 7h, dimanche de 19h à 2h|
|Transport:||Métro : Ledru-Rollin ou Bastille|
|Price:||€10-€20 entrance fee|
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AKA West London singer-songwriter Niall Galvin, whose bedroom jams find the missing link between blissed-out beach pop and British rap. He introduces the Badaboum to his debut album ‘Jerk At The End Of The Line’.Tue April 21st 2015 - Tue April 21st 2015Read more
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