Le Yoyo, Guide & Review
Le YoYo is a fairly new place located in the heart of Palais de Tokyo, opened in 2013, in the place of the old “art déco” cinema in the basement of the museum. It features a very artistic concept, and it hosts various events, such as concerts, DJ sets, contemporary art exhibitions and private events such as cocktail parties, fashion weeks.. etc. On the weekends, several times in the month, this venue is open for live music and electro clubbing nights with local and international artists.
Since its renovation by architects in 2012, Palais de Tokyo has been one of the hottest attractions in Paris with its famed Monsieur Bleu restaurant and dance club known as Le Yoyo the former Cinematheque.
Its programming is brewing DJ sets, electro concerts and trendy parties that give the place the look of the perfect spot to go out in Paris. Open for promoted events and high-brow DJ dance nights by names like Dimitri, Neyo and David Guetta; the space offers the ideal backdrop of architectural warehouse design with concrete bar and a large elevated dance floor that is the main attraction.
This nightclub features a variety of delicious drinks and cocktails for you to try, bartenders are very skilful, and polite. Prices here are little higher compared to other Paris nightclubs, but because of the atmosphere, chic decor and whole concept it is well worth it.
This place gets very crowded, we would suggest you to reserve your spot in time, also keep a lookout on their website for weekend events, parties and acts, they include VIP and general reservations. YoYo attracts some of the biggest names in Paris nightlife, so we recommend you to dress elegant, avoid sportswear and subculture clothes, other than that you are okay, there is no stated dress code, but we advise you to dress formal. Minimum age requirement is 18+ for the nightclub.