A rare music show devoted to France's Day of Music will take place in the courtyard of the Elysee Palace, the French president's official residency built in the 18th century, on Thursday.
The number of participants is limited to 1,500 and all those willing to attend the concert in the Elysee Palace had to sign up online to get their free tickets.
— Élysée (@Elysee) June 16, 2018
TWEET: The Cour d'Honneur [the courtyard] of the Elysee Palace is known for its red carpets. On June 21, it will be transformed into a dance floor for the music festival! On the program: Busy P, Cezaire, Chloe, Kavinsky and Kiddy Smile. Tickets are limited: register quickly!
It is still unknown whether French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte will attend the show at the Elysee Palace. Last year, the Macrons made an appearance at the residence during the music day performance by the orchestra of France's Republican Guard.
France's previous presidents also arranged concerts in the Elysee residence, however, they were invitation-only.