It’s been seven years since the Paris New York Heritage Festival (PNYH) first burst onto the summer circuit, spanning three continents and seven cities before the Covid 19 pandemic stopped it in its tracks.
Unbowed, PNYH has grown new shoots, re-emerging as a sustainable, family-friendly fixture in the French capital, with a reputation for showcasing a new generation of artists and under-represented talent. Located on banks of the River Seine, the PHNY takes place this year on the 16 & 17 of September at the Parc André-Citroën in the 15th arrondissement.
On-site there will be a ‘conversation’ between culture and sport with demonstrations of the newest Olympic events including skateboarding and breakdancing. The festival will also feature discussions, dance battles, bars and delicious world food. There will also be the opportunity to go up in the park’s famous hot-air balloon, boasting probably the city’s best vantage point and an unrivalled view of the Eiffel Tower.
Boosting the family friendly vibe of the festival, PNYH is partnering with Message Paris, a diverse community of English Speaking parents, to host a Rentrée picnic for members and their families. Message fosters ways for parents across Paris to connect, and is excited to share the community spirit of the PYNH festival. The Rentrée Picnic will take place Sunday afternoon (12:30 pm) within the festival grounds.
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