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France's presidential palace will host a rave for the first time ever this month

Including sets from French heavyweights Busy P and Kavinsky

  • James Ball
  • 18 June 2018
France's presidential palace will host a rave for the first time ever this month

On June 21, France's presidential palace will host its first-ever electronic music event for the 37th edition of Fête de la Musique, also known as Music Day.

The four-hour marquee event, Élysée Fête La Musique, is an ode to the "French Touch" and will host a range of the country's past and present electro talent, including Kavinsky, Céziare, Chloé and Kiddy Smile: it will also be concluded by Ed Banger label-head Busy P (pictured).

French president Emmanuel Macron could also make an appearance with his wife Brigitte.

Free tickets were made available by registering through a webpage, with over 1,500 people expected to attend.

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