Top To Bottom, the street art festival at the Hall Pajol
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Following the success of the first edition, the Top To Bottom Festival is back to the Parvis de la Halle Pajol on Saturday 12 and Sunday, September 13, 2015. 30 street artists, 10 DJs, 6 live concerts but also a street market, to discover during two exceptional days with a free access!
Born from the desire to offer a weekend declining street culture in all its forms, the Top To Bottom Festival returns for two days on the Parvis de la Halle Pajol, located in the 18th district of the capital.
This former warehouse renovated in eco-district reopens its doors for two outstanding days where a lot of events with an open free access await you: a street market, a screen printing workshop, a barbecue, a monumental projection, an exhibition, as well as a temporary tattoo parlor ... Like last year, the Top To Bottom Festival puts above all the "Street culture" in the spotlight.
To do this, a thirty street artists will be present. The opportunity to see them perform live on triangular modules exceeding 7 meters on totems or trucks placed throughout the plaza Nathalie Sarraute.
As the time comes for re-entry, the Top To Botton is determined not to let you return to the office or your notebooks without a weekend that will close your summer in style.
Get ready for a festive and cultural event completely free that will make you spend your weekend differently. A singular moment in which the Halle Pajol will be stormed by the best of artists who live daily the "Street culture": graffiti artists, DJs, musicians and other creative artists never short of ideas. Together they offer both beginners and enthusiasts a real immersion in their multidisciplinary universe by offering all that is done best without blinders and away from clichés in this environment that continues for years to surprise and reinvent .
Guests staying at the Hotel De La Motte Picquet will be within a 15 minute drive from the Hall Pajol, do not miss the event !
Top To Bottom Festival 2015
Saturday 12 and Sunday, September 13, 2015
Schedule: From 11:00 until 2:00
Free admission for the whole festival