Located at 32 Richer Street, on the Grand Boulevards of the 9th arrondissement of Paris, the Folies Bergère quickly established themselves as one of the prominent hubs of European cultural life. Opened in the dawn of the 1870 war, this iconic entertainment venue witnessed the birth of the world's first music hall revue over 130 years ago. From its inception to the present day, the Folies Bergère theater has managed to inspire the most talented artists of their time. Notable figures like Jean Gabin, Mistinguett, Joséphine Baker, Charles Trenet, and even Maurice Chevalier, for instance, achieved remarkable success here. Today, the venue primarily hosts jazz concerts, humorous performances
, and musical comedies
. Designated as historical monuments since November 7th, 1990, the Folies Bergère were conceptualized by architect Plumeret in the style reminiscent of an opera house. Its eclectic architectural design perfectly embodies the end of the Second Empire era. The building underwent a complete renovation between the two World Wars and was adorned with a splendid Art Deco façade. Presently, the hall can accommodate up to 1600 guests across three levels. To explore the schedule and secure your tickets, please visit our online ticketing platform.