USEFUL INFORMATION

Infos pratiques © FSD

Roberto Alagna © Christophe Fillieule / FSD

Basilique © FSD

© Christophe Fillieule / FSD

SAINT-DENIS BASILICA

1, rue de la Légion d’honneur – Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis Basilica was a wealthy and powerful abbey in the Middle Ages and the first Gothic landmark. The royal necropolis houses the French Kings’ tombs and outstanding funereal sculptures from the 12th to 16th century (Dagobert, Pépin le Bref, François I, Catherine de’ Medici etc.).

Légion d'honneur © Christophe Fillieule / Festival de Saint-Denis

© Christophe Fillieule / FSD

légion d'honneur

5, rue de la Légion d’honneur – Saint-Denis

The former royal abbey was completed during the reign of Louis XV in the 18th century and turned into a Maison d’éducation des filles de la Légion d’honneur girls’ school by Napoleon.

The concerts tend to be held at the bandstand in the grounds.

Salle des mariages © Christophe Fillieule / Festival de Saint-Denis

© Christophe Fillieule / FSD

SAINT-DENIS TOWN HALL

2, place Victor Hugo – Saint-Denis

The Town Hall of Saint-Denis has existed since the 18th century in the heart of the city, right next to the Basilica. Within the Town Hall we find the Wedding Hall, in which the Saint-Denis Festival welcomes its partners and relays from the territory each year. Since 2021, a concert from the Festival program has taken place in this hall.

HOW TO GET TO THE FESTIVAL ?

G7 cab stand near the Basilica
Assistance on site to ensure departures
The entire downtown area is pedestrianized, we invite you to use public transportation.

Saint-Denis Basilique stop – Centre-ville exit

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

Gare de Saint-Denis stop (+ 10 minute walk or tram connection)

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

Gare de Saint-Denis stop (+ 10 minute walk or tram connection)

Saint-Denis Basilique stop

A1 motorway Saint-Denis/Stade de France exit – follow signs to the “centre ville”.
NB : The entire town centre is pedestrianised.
Please use public transport.

Several public car parks (24/7 exit) available :
Parking Carrefour-Basilique INDIGO. Entrance : boulevard de la Commune de Paris (more information fr.parkindigo.com).