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Le Glaz'art

  • Music
  • 19e arrondissement
  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
Le Glazart in Paris
Photograph: Denis Meyer

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

This converted coach station is a temple of drum ‘n’ bass, jungle and dubstep, but it’s not all one note. You can shake your stuff to minimal techno and house beats, but also to groove, soul and rock concerts.

It’s a lovely venue, with a concert stage and a bar with comfy sofas – it’s just a shame it’s lost in the depths of the 19th arrondissement, but that does mean that it draws an authentic underground crowd. There’s no Parisian hype here, but rather techno partygoers (‘teuffeurs’) out for the sound and nothing but the sound. They’re often drawn to Glazart by Jungle Juice (for those who love heavy basslines). In the summer, the outdoor area is transformed into a sandy beach with pastis, pétanque and merguez: a winning combination.

Written by CG/HC


7-15 avenue de la Porte de la Villette
Metro: Porte de la Villette
€5-€15. Drinks €3-€8
Opening hours:
8.30pm-5am (sometimes 7am) on concert nights (check programme on website)
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