Le Hasard Ludique, the revamped train station filled with possibilities is finally open.
One of the most exciting places in Paris is finally being unveiled after a five-year construction. The former Saint-Ouen train station built in 1889 and renovated by three young Parisians, le Hasard Ludique is set to liven evenings in the distant and calm area of Paris, between Porte de Saint-Ouen and Guy Môquet metro, with its artistic and collaborative spirit.
This place is an original set-up from start to finish. Beginning as a collaborative crowd-funding project, Le Hasard Ludique has seen 1,200 'builders' and volunteers helping with each stage of the construction and their know-how to create a yearly super-festival. The result is a real hybrid, featuring a restaurant, 300-seat concert hall, and a practising collective workshop. All in all, the perfect place to spend spring and summer.
|Venue name:||Le Hasard Ludique||Contact:|
128 avenue de Saint-Ouen
|Transport:||Metro: Porte de Saint-Ouen|
|Price:||€8 before 4.30pm, €12 after. Free on Sundays.|