The musical line-up (with 2 sets each night) will be groovy, housey, and relaxed. Several DJs, including the following*, will be spinning eclectic music:
Thursday, July 9: DJ HRP & Yuko Kakizawa
Friday, July 10: Workerz & Belaria
Thursday, July 16: El Bùho & Olympe 4000
Friday, July 17: Michel D. & Tatyana Jane
Thursday, July 23: Mira Ló & Riks
Friday, July 24: Shugi & Matthus
Thursday, July 30: Louisahhh & Zelpec
* The rest of the line-ups are being finalized.
Please note that DJ sets are free for Eiffel Tower ticket holders: Just 10 minutes on foot and €5.20 for stair access for young people between 12 and 24 years of age!
Visitors’ taste buds are also in for a treat with cheese boards and/or cold meats accompanied by bread made from Ile-de-France flour. Burgers and salads are also on the menu. Drinks, juices, and cocktails share the bill alongside glasses of wine produced by the Winerie Parisienne, whose vineyard is located just 12 miles outside Paris. And don’t forget that a temporary wine cellar is set up on the terrace.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION - DJ SETS
From July 9 to August 28, 2020
On the 1st floor terrace, from 7 pm to 10 pm
Salads: €8- Burgers: from €11 - Boards: from €18
Soft drinks: from €3 - Beers: from €5.50- Wine by the glass: €7 - Cocktails €12
EIFFEL TOWER PRACTICAL INFORMATION:
Every day - From 10 am to 11:45 pm
Stairs ticket (only valid up to the 2nd floor): adults €10.40 - young people ages 12-24 €5.20
Children ages 4-11 €2.60 (€1.30 from 7/1/20 to 8/31/20*)
Elevator ticket (only valid up to the 2nd floor): adults €16.60 - young people ages 12-24 €8.30
Children ages 4-11 €4.10 (€2 from 7/1/20 to 8/31/20*)
* Special rates: 50% discount for children ages 4-11, from July 1 to August 31, 2020.
Children under 4 years of age may access the Tower free of charge.
Information and reservations: www.toureiffel.paris
About the Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel (SETE)
On November 1, 2017, the City of Paris entrusted the operation and management of the Eiffel Tower to SETE within the framework of a delegation of public services for 13 years. SETE is a local public company whose capital is 99% owned by the City of Paris and 1% by the Greater Paris Metropolitan Area. Bernard Gaudillère, a Parisian Council Member, chairs its Board of Directors. SETE has a staff of nearly 340 employees, led by Patrick Branco Ruivo; it generated 99.18 million euros in revenue in 2019.