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GARDEN PARTY

LA GARDEN PARTY - GRAND PRIX DE PARIS

SEE YOU IN 2022

THE PERFECT MIX FOR A THRILLING DAY OUT

The French capital’s hippest summer event will take place on 14th July 2022 for a unique celebration that combines top-class sport with electro music, and all in the stunning setting of ParisLongchamp racecourse!


What’s in store: tables and benches set up on the grass, sunshine, food trucks and sport with 9 superb flat races.


See you in 2022!

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2021 TRAILER:

ON THE PROGRAMME (2021):

Put 14th July in your diary and come and celebrate Bastille Day at ParisLongchamp racecourse!


Tables and benches on the grass, glorious sunshine, food trucks and top-class sport with 8 flat races!

- 3.30pm: racecourse gates open
- 4.06pm: first horse race of the day
- 8.55pm: last race of the day

- 9pm: last entry to the racecourse
- 9pm – 10.30pm: DJ set by Young Pulse

- 10.30pm - 12am: DJ set by Kavinsky

- 12am - 1.30pm: DJ set by Arnaud Rebotini
- 2am: racecourse closes


TOP-QUALITY FLAT RACING

/ Grand Prix de Paris

The Arc de Triomphe dream is on for Hurricane Lane!
The British colt Hurricane Lane proved in a league of his own after humbling his rivals in the Grand Prix de Paris at ParisLongchamp on Wednesday 14th July 2021.

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It was the Godolphin’s colt’s second group 1 victory in less than three weeks.

He is trained in Britain by Charlie Appleby. The son of the great Frankel won the Irish Derby at the Curragh on 26 June, having finished third in the Epsom Derby for which he was one of the leading fancies.
 
In a race which was totally dominated by the foreign raiders, Wordsworth, trained by Irish handler Aidan O'Brien (who has trained three previous winners of this race), and carrying the colours of the Coolmore and partners, was second. Alenquer, trained in Britain by William Haggas, but born in Normandy at the stud of Gwenaël Monneraye and Lucie Lamotte (La Motteraye), took third.
 
It should be pointed that Hurricane Lane and Alenquer were "last minute" entries, having benefited from the automatic qualifying process set up by France Galop in 2019 (by virtue of winning certain designated races), which was designed to make Grand Prix de Paris an even more attractive proposition.

Logically, Hurricane Lane will be one of the leading fancies for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, which will be run over the same course and distance on 3 October 2021.  


Embark in the heart of the 2021 Paris Grand Prix with Sir Lamorak and Mickaël Barzalona:

Press release


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Grand Prix de Paris


Come and experience the thrill of the 9 exceptional flat races we have lined up, including the famous 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 the first weekend of October at ParisLongchamp racecourse.


See you in 2022!




2021 LINE UP: KAVINSKY TOPS THE BILL!

/ LINE UP

2021 LINE UP


On the programme: tables and benches on the grass, glorious sunshine, food trucks and top-class sport with 8 flat races!


- 9pm - 10.30pm: DJ set by Young Pulse

- 10.30pm - 12am: DJ set by Kavinsky

- 12am - 1.30pm: DJ set by Arnaud Rebotini


IMPERATIVE ENTRY ON THE RACECOURSE BEFORE 9.00 PM.


/ YOUNG PULSE

YOUNG PULSE TO OPEN THE 2021 SHOW!


Young Pulse is a Parisian DJ and producer, known for his top-quality disco/boogie remixes and his passion for 70s-80s dancefloor culture and its sub genres.


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The success of his “Paris Edits vol. 1-7”, his contribution and work for labels such as G.A.M.M., Local Talk, Midnight Riot, Sony (to name but a few), and his signature sound have made him one of the rising  stars of today’s disco scene. His funky remixes for French pop artists  like Françoise Hardy, Véronique Sanson and Sheila have been extensively playlisted following their official release by Warner France.


In  clubs, at festivals or during his residencies in Paris and London, the quality of his DJ sets and his selections perfectly match the positive energy he transmits onto the dancefloor.
Young Pulse is also the co-founder of Mochi Records and a member of Parisian collective Funky French League. You can listen to his monthly “Love To The World” shows on Totally Wired Radio (UK), “Boogie To The Top” on Rinse (FR), and his FFL sessions on Radio Meuh.


On 5th March 2021,Young Pulse  released his first EP,  “Love Will Bring It”, a vibrant homage to disco and garage music, produced with love and respect for these club sounds. Shooting straight into the Traxsource Top 10, the album was remixed by Opolopo, Dr Packer, Laroye and FFL. Available on all platforms!
“Love Will Bring It” album: https://youngpulse.bandcamp.com/album/love-will-bring-it


/ KAVINSKY

KAVINSKY TO HEADLINE AT THE 2021 GARDEN PARTY!


This year’s headline act is DJ Kavinsky, who will take to the decks to get racegoers dancing!



The French electronic music artist, who earned his stripes in various Parisian nightclubs, hit the big time thanks to his worldwide hit NIGHTCALL, which featured on the soundtrack of the film DRIVE in 2011.


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/ ARNAUD REBOTINI

ARNAUD REBOTINI MADE YOU DANCE UNTIL THE EARLY HOURS!


Arnaud Rebotini is a French singer, songwriter and producer (and founder of Black Strobe Records in 2011).


After featuring on compilations by Air, Daft Punk, Etienne de Crécy and Philippe Zdar, he released his first album, Organique (Artefact, 2000), under the pseudonym Zend Avesta and, at the same time, founded the group Black Strobe.


Nurturing a passion for analogue synthesizers, Arnaud Rebotini then released two albums under his own name: Music Components (2008) and Someone Give Me Religion (2011).


In 2018, he received a César award for Best Original Music for the film “BPM (Beats per Minute)”:



USEFUL INFORMATION

/ TICKETS


TICKETS


PRICE: From €20.


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Racecourse opening times:

- Racecourse gates open: 3.30pm
- Racecourse gates close: 2am


No entry after 9pm.


Visitors  will only be allowed into the racecourse if they are able to present a  Health Pass document (as per the regulations set out by the French  Ministry of Health and Solidarity).


To gain entry to the racecourse, all persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.

/ HEALTH PASS

ACCESS CONDITIONS FOR PARISLONGCHAMP RACECOURSE


Access limited to spectators with a HEALTH PASS.

Anyone over the age of 11 who wishes to enter the racecourse must be able to show a “Health Pass” document (as per the regulations stated by the French Ministry of Health and Solidarity).

France Galop would like to stress that, on every race day, all hygiene and social distancing measures must be respected, and masks must be worn by everyone present on the racecourse.

Who is required to present a “Health Pass”?
Anyone wishing to access the racecourse – other than racecourse staff working at the race meeting, service providers, the trainers and staff from any stables that have horses entered in a race, accredited journalists – must present a “Health Pass” document. Racehorse owners, regardless of whether they have a horse entered, will only be allowed onto the racecourse if they can present one of the “Health Pass” documents.

For safety reasons:
- pets are not allowed inside ParisLongchamp racecourse
- enhanced security checks will be carried out at the racecourse entrance

Permitted items:
-    Glasses
-    Bottles
-    Cutlery (except kitchen knives)
-    Pushchairs

Prohibited items:
-    Large knives
-    Bombs
-    Weapons
-    Helmets
-    Scooters
-    Balls
-    Animals
-    Megaphones
-    Parasols

/ HOW TO GET TO PARISLONGCHAMP

HOW TO GET TO PARISLONGCHAMP


PARISLONGCHAMP RACECOURSE

2 route des Tribunes
75016 PARIS


As ParisLongchamp is circled by a busy cycle track we urge prudence as you approach the racecourse.


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 3.30pm to 2.00pm).


 Bus:

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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.  


As ParisLongchamp is circled by a busy cycle track we urge prudence as you approach the racecourse.


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.


/ CATERING

CATERING


A Food Garden where you can refuel without missing any of the action!


Set up on the edge of the course, on the racecourse’s lawns, the Food Garden is the ideal place to take advantage of the many high-quality street food options available, without missing any of the action on the racecourse or the stage.


A number of pop-up bars will also be open in this area, so you can enjoy a drink with your friends in a convivial and festive atmosphere.


For a delicious dinner on the edge of the parade ring, head to the ParisLongchamp brasserie (reservations by telephone on: +33 (0)6 23 18 54 50).


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