LA GARDEN PARTY

Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris

14TH JULY 2019

THE PERFECT MIX FOR A THRILLING DAY OUT

The summer’s hippest Parisian event pairs thrilling racing action with a top-class soundtrack in the heart of the new ParisLongchamp racecourse.
This unique Bastille Day celebration blends high-octane sport, a chilled atmosphere and DJ sets between each race, followed by a huge electro party!
We’ll see you at 4.30pm for a sporty celebration featuring 8 top-class races, then to dance the night away to our DJ sets until 1am!  

OFENBACH HEADLINE AT THE GARDEN PARTY - JUDDMONTE GRAND PRIX DE PARIS 2019!
On 14th July, ParisLongchamp racecourse is the place to be!



WHAT’S IN STORE IN 2019:

JUDDMONTE

/ 1- The official sponsor of the Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris
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JUDDMONTE OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF THE GRAND PRIX DE PARIS

Juddmonte Farms is one of the most eminent owner/breeders in the world and, to date, has bred 105 Gr1 winners, who boast 200 Group 1 victories between them, including 25 Classics.


All of the horses bred by Juddmonte wear Prince Khalid Abdullah’s famous green, pink and white jersey.
Juddmonte Farms owns five stallions that stand at stud in Europe in Banstead Manor Stud Farm, near Newmarket, including World Champion Frankel, who finished the 2016 season as leading sire in the northern hemisphere by 2-year-old Group winners, and Champion Miler Kingman, who won four Group 1 races in the United Kingdom, Ireland and France.


Juddmonte Farms also has a stud farm in the United States, where the hotly sought-after Mizzen Mast stands at stud.


Juddmonte is also the owner of four-time Gr1 winner Arrogate, who is currently the world’s best racehorse, according to the international rankings.

Juddmonte Farms sponsor the Grand Prix de Paris since 2001. Beat Hollow (2000), Rail Link (2006), Zambezi Sun (2007) and Flintshire (2013) have all won the race for Prince Khalid since the turn of the century.

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/ 2 - JAPAN takes the 2019 Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris

TOP-QUALITY FLAT RACING


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Japan takes the 2019 Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris
 
The overwhelming favourite in the Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris (Gr1), the Irish colt Japan (Galileo) justified market support by shining at ParisLonghamp on Sunday, July 14. The representative of the racing superpower, Coolmore, contained the sustained and eye-catching effort of the French colt Slalom (Intello). 


Jalmoud (New Approach) rounded out the placings in third.


Japan was third in the Epsom Derby before creating one of the biggest impressions at the Royal Ascot Meeting by impressing in the King Edward VII Stakes (Gr 2). It was on the strength of that win that he gained a free entry to French race.


Japan is entered in the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and the colt's participation in the world's top race is on the card according to connections.


Aidan O’Brien, the colt's trainer said: "We are very happy with the colt. The pace wasn't overly taxing and he found himself in front quite soon in the straight. Granted this scenario, he did just what he needed to do. At Royal Ascot the pace was a lot stiffer. The idea is now to give him a break. A return trip [to Paris Longchamp] is on the cards for one of the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe trials. On the basis of how he runs, we will then decide to route him to either the Arc or the Irish Champion Stakes."

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From 4pm onwards, come and experience the thrill of the eight exceptional flat races we have lined up, including the famous Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris, which crowns the best 3-year-old racehorse over the classic distance of a mile-and-a-half!


This key event in the flat racing calendar is a warm up for the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, the culmination of the flat racing season, which will be held on 6th October at ParisLongchamp racecourse.


Between races, enjoy the DJ's lounge mixes for a rhythmic day that blends top-class sport and electro music!


DJ SETS

/ OFENBACH

OFENBACH HEADLINE AT THE GARDEN PARTY!


At the age of 24, these two Parisians are the rising stars of deep house, though their sound cannot be described as pure electro with its hints of rock and folk. This is particularly the case of “Be Mine”, which did well in the charts all over the world and has notched up more than 300 million streams.


The track’s fun and sexy video has 100 million recorded views to date, proving its hit status!

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However, there is nothing excessive about César and Dorian’s ambition. The former is a pianist and occasional drummer with a classical background. The latter is a singer and guitar player. Both from Paris, they live just 100 metres away from one another…just like when they first met at senior school at age 11!


During a fire drill, the school’s pupils had to line up in pairs. 


César and Dorian were put together and immediately hit it off. They’ve been inseparable ever since.

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After high school, their group of friends pursued different paths, but the pair remained the best of friends.  
Both enrolled in film school, where they learned how to juggle with different rhythms and keyboard layers. They immersed themselves in deep house, drawing inspiration from Robin Schulz, Bakermat, The Avener and Petit Biscuit, while maintaining their passion for the “French Touch” artists who provided the soundtrack to their youth: Daft Punk, Stardust, Etienne de Crécy, Ed Banger, Cassius, Justice, Kavinsky.

Their aim: to be part of the French Touch 2.1!


After performing in a number of underground bars on the Parisian electro scene, the duo finally found their stage name: Ofenbach, inspired by one of César’s pieces of sheet music, laid out on his piano. A way of paying homage to the music without plagiarising it.

They then released a self-titled mini-album, which featured their three hits BE MINE, KATCHI, PARADISE, as well as 5 brand-new tracks, including collaborations with Portuguese Americans The Man and The Bamboos, and their new single: ROCK IT!

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DAMIEN N-DRIX WILL GET YOU DANCING ALL NIGHT LONG!

In June 2017, Damien N-Drix released "Let It Ring", whose high tempo and deep-bass drop samples a telephone ringer. A sure-fire hit!


From Dillon Francis to David Guetta, The Chainsmokers, Tchami and Oliver Heldens, all of the best DJ from all over the world include his track in their sets.


The track alone has been streamed over 5 million times to date.

A new artist signed by the world’s most influential electro label, SPINNIN Records (Don Diablo, Tiesto, Oliver Heldens, Kryder, etc.), voted the year’s revelation by readers of DJ MAG France and rated 59th most-played producer in the world in 2018 (no.4 in France after David Guetta, DJ Snake and Habstrakt) according to leading website 1001tracklists.com, the man from Marseille is showing no signs of stopping.


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He played more than 90 shows in 16 countries in 2018 (Brazil, South Korea, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Hungary, Croatia, Servia, Germany, Spain, France, etc.), has 700 000 monthly listeners on Spotify, and an increasing number of fans worldwide.  

Damien N-Drix is one of the new-generation of French artists that are well-received abroad, thanks to his innovative style that blends electro, trap and oriental sounds.

Boosted by the support of the biggest names on the electro scene such as Calvin Harris, Afrojack, DJ Snake, Tchami, Tiesto and David Guetta, to name but a few, he released a tune on Martin Garrix’ label in early 2019, "Thumpin Like", as well as "Flubber" and "Oshab" on the Spinnin label, and created official remixes for Dada Life, Hugel, Feder, Felix Cartal, Lost Frequencies and Afrojack!


USEFUL INFORMATION

/ TICKETS

PARISLONGCHAMP RACECOURSE


2 route des Tribunes
75016 PARIS

Racecourse opening times:


- Ticket windows open: 4.00pm
- Racecourse gates open: 4.30pm
- Racecourse closes: 1am

TICKETS: from €10


CASHLESS:


To buy anything from the bars or food trucks, you must be in possession of a cashless card, which you can get at the event or on your mobile.


This card is valid for all JeuXdi by ParisLongchamp events.
Save time by adding credit to your online account now, so you can pay for any purchases with your mobile phone at our refreshment points (no need to go to the bank/cash machine) using this link: https://sites.weezevent.com/lepetitpre/
When you are at the racecourse, simply log into your online account and click “Pay now”. Your phone will generate a unique, temporary and secure QR Code which you can use to pay at all our sales points.  


If you would rather use a tangible payment method, you can pick up a cashless card from the Petit Pré tills and add credit with cash or a bank card.


Collect any unused money by following this procedure.

/ HOW TO GET TO PARISLONGCHAMP

 HOW TO GET TO PARISLONGCHAMP


Metro:
- Line 10 – get off at "Porte d'Auteuil"
- Line 1 – get off at "Porte Maillot"


FREE SHUTTLES between the racecourse and Porte d'Auteuil/Porte Maillot (from 4.30pm to 12 midnight).


 Bus:
- No.244 – get off at "Les Moulins-Camping"
- No.241 - get off at "Hippodrome de Longchamp"
- No.123 - get off at "Ambroise Paré" (a 10-minute walk)


Tram:
Line T2 - get off at "Suresnes Longchamp"


Car:


Using the Waze app
Enter the address "Parking hippodrome de ParisLongchamp" for directions to the racecourse’s public car park.


From northern Paris
Take the Porte Maillot exit then Allée de Longchamp


From southern Paris
Take the Porte Molitor exit, Boulevard d'Auteuil then Boulevard Anatole France


From central Paris

Take the Porte d'Auteuil exit, Avenue de la Porte d'Auteuil then Boulevard Anatole France.

Parking:

Car parking available on site, subject to the number of free spaces.
We strongly recommend booking a parking space in advance via our online ticketing website:
Important: If you book parking in advance, please remember to print your car park ticket out and show it to the staff at the car park entrance.  

Security information:


On race days, increased security checks may be carried out.
We advise visitors not to bring rucksacks, sports bags, motorbike helmets, glass bottles or any other large items into the racecourse. Please leave them in the left luggage office.
Pushchairs are permitted inside the racecourse.
For safety reasons, dogs are not permitted.


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