Zenith Paris is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Parc de la Villette in the 19th arrondissement. Zenith Paris is the largest of a network of Zenith concert venues in France, staging popular music concerts of all styles. Paris concerts.
Le Zenith is a famous multi-purpose concert hall, located in the middle of the large Parc de la Villette in the 19th arrondissement. Le Zenith has up 5 830 seats, one of the largest capacities in the city. It hosts all kinds of great concerts. The venue is rented to concert organizors who stage their own concerts. You go to a concert at Le Zenith. Book a hotel near Le Zenith. Enjoy Parc de la Villette, Cite des Sciences and the Philharmonie, the largest classical music concert venue in town located right next to Le Zenith.
Paris metro: Porte de Pantin station on line 5
Le Zenith programme + ticket booking
Hotel Restaurant Au Boeuf Couronné offers pet-friendly accommodation with free WiFi in Paris, a 3-minute walk from Le Zenith. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant, one of the best meat restaurants in town, and bar. The air-conditioned rooms include a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The rooms have a private bathroom with a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer. All rooms are serviced by a lift. An American breakfast is served daily at the hotel. There is a terrace, a 24-hour front desk and a luggage storage on site.
Le Zenith Paris was the first concert hall built under the Zenith label, which now boasts 17 concert venues in France. It hosts nearly 170 events each year and more than 700,000 spectators. In 1981, the Ministry of Culture sponsored the project to open the doors to rock and popular music and make known the richness of today's music. The ministry entrusted a study to Daniel Colling for a room of great capacity in the city. The Zenith sprang from the obvious idea to design a room specially adapted for these types of music. It came to fruition with two architects, Philippe Chaix and Jean Paul Morel, who together with the professionals of the show invented the concept of Zenith. The Zenith is designed to allow the presentation of variety shows to a large audience, under optimal technical conditions. Through curtains, its capacity varies from 2,200 to 9,000 people. Spectators can indifferently be welcomed in an all-seated formula or in "sit-stand" for rock shows and rap. The stage is completely removable so that the stage space can accommodate other devices. The acoustics of Le Zenith is studied to allow an optimal restitution of amplified musics. The shows are organized by producers and not by Le Zenith.