Pitchfork Music Festival Paris 2018

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Getting here

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris

1–2–3 November 2018

Thursday 5pm—1am / Friday 5pm—2am / Saturday 5pm—6am

Grande Halle de la Villette
211 av. Jean Jaurès, Paris 19e.
Metro: Porte de Pantin (line 5)

Pitchfork Avant-Garde

30–31 October 2018

Tuesday 7pm—Midnight / Wednesday 7pm—Midnight

In several different gig venues around the Bastille metro station
Events details and ticket information to come

After Parties

1–2 November 2018

Thursday 11pm—6am / Friday 11pm—6am

Trabendo
211 av. Jean Jaurès, Paris 19e.
Metro: Porte de Pantin (line 5)
Events details and ticket information to come.

Cloakroom
and Baggage
Drop-off

A cloakroom will be available should you wish to store any items (2€ per item).

All motorbike helmets will automatically be stored at the baggage drop-off (2€ per helmet).

Unless you hold a photo pass, all professional cameras (with an interchangeable lens) will automatically be stored at the baggage drop-off.

Security

Vigipirate Security Tightened

In order prepare for your arrival and to facilitate tightened controls under the Vigipirate security plan, we rely on your co-operation. 
Anyone refusing the security check will not be allowed entry.

  • Please have your ID card and ticket (printed or on your smartphone) ready for inspection.
  • A visual check and frisk will systematically be carried out by our security agents.
  • You cannot enter the venue with a suitcase or travel pack, nor can they be left at the cloakroom or baggage drop-off.

Prohibited Items

  • Gas canisters, camping stoves and aerosol canisters (for example spray paints, spray dyes, hairsprays), smoke bombs etc.
  • Airhorns, megaphones, selfie sticks.
  • Any heavy, cumbersome, dangerous or illegal items.
  • Firearms, bladed weapons, sharp objects, blunt or sharp objects such as Stanley knives, screwdrivers, hammers, pliers, secateurs, parasols, flags, large pointy umbrellas, laser pens or any other object that could be considered dangerous or used as a weapon.
  • Explosive, inflammable or volatile substances.
  • No animals except guide dogs for the blind allowed on the festival site.

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