The festivities of this 84th edition take place from 11 to 15 October. Exhibitions, screenings, workshops, tastings ... discover all the events organized! Shows, strolls and exhibitions will amaze visitors. Others will enjoy the tastings. To finish in beauty, tourists and Parisians can contemplate the fireworks on the last day at 8pm.



Entry fee Full price: 14 € Children from 3 to 12 years: 6,50 € Free for children under 3 Ticketmaster and a ticket office will be available at the entrance of the Show. At the first Salon du Chocolat Junior, enjoy the new family rate (2 adults + 2 children between 3 and 12 years old) at 35 € instead of 41 €. The Salon du Chocolat is the must-see event for all those who share the same passion for this exceptional product. This fall, the Salon du Chocolat will blow its 22 candles and will offer chocolate lovers a space of 20 000 m2 on 2 levels entirely dedicated to the world of cocoa. The show will host more international chocolate makers and will be a unique opportunity to discover and taste chocolates that can not be found anywhere else. Hundreds of participants will be present: about 200 exhibitors chocolatiers, confectioners and confectioners, alongside the greatest chefs, pastry chefs and cocoa experts who will relate to offer recipes, lectures, choco demo and other animations around chocolate. A unique opportunity to discover and taste chocolates from all five continents. Come and meet the cocoa producers, discover the best chocolate makers, admire unpublished exhibitions or take part in chocolate cooking workshops ... Events, happenings, shows, celebrations and performances also pace the Salon, notably the famous parade of chocolate dresses.


Save ze Date: the next edition of Comic-Con will take place from 27 to 29 October 2017. The world's biggest pop culture event (comics, cinema, literature, video games ...) ! Attention: only 3500 pass 3 days will go on sale (59.90 euros)! Access   By Metro : Subway Porte de Pantin (Line 5) Underground station Porte de la Villette (Line 7)   By tram: Tram line T3b stop Porte de Pantin   By bus : Bus PC2, PC3 and 75   By car, Parking: Parc de la Villette sud, Porte de Pantin, or Parc de la Villette nord (if the parking lot Villette sud is complete, do not hesitate to go to the parking Villette nord: Porte de la Villette side) Each year, the Comic-Con in San Diego, California, is the venue for all fans of comics, TV series, superhero movies and pop culture in general. It is also the occasion to see many stars present their latest projects and to attend previews.


Since 2002, the city of Paris organizes Nuit Blanche, every first Saturday in October. It is a great event, popular and festive, focusing on the installation of works of art in the public space or in emblematic Parisian buildings. THEME 2017 Artistic director of this edition, Charlotte Laubard proposes a course on the theme: "To do joint work". It will be a matter of "celebrating the collective in these times of withdrawal and identity clash". COURSES 2017 The 16th edition of this major Parisian event includes two major courses. The first stretches from the Parc des Rives de Seine to the Place de la République, passing by Les Halles. A Berlin collective will invest the newly pedestrianized quays and deploy a participatory work aimed at "giving back to the Parisians" ... The second will take place in the Chapel district, around the Halle Pajol. A visual and sound creation created by the collective Mu and La Horde will take place on the railways that separate the Rosa-Luxembourg garden and the gardens of Eole. PROGRAM 2017 Free and open to the general public, Nuit Blanche 2017 will bring back all the ingredients that have made the public and artistic success of this major Parisian event: a concentration of works in outdoor public space, emerging or confirmed international artists and a cooperative approach with other cultural structures or events. Large institutions will actively participate in the course. Under the canopy of Les Halles, the choreographer Olivier Dubois will stage no less than 300 amateur dancers! In 2016, the Musée du Quai Branly, the Pavillon de l'Arsenal, the Petit Palais, the Théâtre du Châtelet, the Monnaie de Paris and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts took part.