Festival / Evening
Silent Party19 Jun 2021
The event is over
To celebrate its reopening, the Centre Pompidou joins La Villette in partnership with Technopol and Silence Events to transform the Piazza and the Caterpillar into a festive ZUT (zone of temporary emergency). Three labels, ten DJs mixing live, more than 1200 sets of earphones lent out between 4.00 pm and 10.00 pm to bring people together to rediscover the Centre Pompidou in a pop or electro ambience!
This programme designed as a decompression zone capable of adapting to health safety restrictions required to organise outdoor shows. It offers artists and the public the possibility to come together again around a cultural programme that is open to all.
The ZUTs – a reference to the Zutiste movement which, in the mid-19th century, with Arthur Rimbaud, Charles Cros, Paul Verlaine and others, took the form of a laboratory that was open to poetic and utopian experiments – present opportunities for artistic sharing and invention. This ambitious initiative enables bonding on the whole national territory of a network of partners sharing the same social and ethical values. Each ZUT has a charter whereby it undertakes to respect the health safety restrictions in force, to pay guest artists, to ensure parity, gender and salary equity in their programmes and in their organising teams.
Finally, these scenes of creation are also encouraged to reduce as much as possible the carbon footprint of the events organized. The ZUTs – special systems supported by the Ministry for Culture – organize and boost the creation of ephemeral outdoor places with a view to sustaining a progressive return to artistic and festive activity during the summer of 2021.
4.00 pm - Olivier 2mo (Heimat - Accident du travail) / CRYBABY | DMRA / WARRIORECORDS
5.15 pm - Elliot RDV / CRYBABY | Imchaos (from Minuit Machine) / WARRIORECORDS
6.30 pm - Hypo / Powdered Hearts | Sentimental Rave
7.45 pm - Yelli Yelli / CRYBABY | Cassie Raptor / WARRIORECORDS
9.00 pm - Kabylie Minogue | Crystallmess
16h - 22h
© Hervé Véronèse