Event this Saturday July 29 and Sunday July 30, 2023 with the two concerts of The Weeknd expected at the gates of Paris! The opportunity for the Canadian artist to put on a show for two evenings in a row in the largest stadium in France. If you are one of the lucky ones to have your ticket and you plan to reach the enclosure located in Seine-Saint-Denis by public transport, then here are some practical tips that will allow you to avoid any queues around of the stadium and to arrive as close as possible to your front door.
The hits of The Weeknd will resound at the gates of Paris these Saturday July 29 and Sunday July 30, 2023 on the occasion of the two exclusive (and complete) concerts of the Canadian artist scheduled at Stade de France. You can imagine it, but this musical event promises to be grandiose with two sets of The Weeknd – from his real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye – which are likely to make the public dance.
The Weeknd in concert at the Stade de France in July 2023
The Weeknd is finally back in France. The Canadian, singer of “Blinding Lights”, announces a tour for the summer of 2023, “After Hours til Dawn Tour”. The Weeknd performs in concert at the Stade de France on July 29 and 30, 2023. (Read more)
But before you can find The Weeknd in the flesh on stage, we will have to join the Stade de France. And given the world expected around the stadium on July 29 and 30, the mission does not look so simple.
As recalled by RATP“ different modes of access by public transport allow you to reach the Stade de France “, in this case, the RER B and DTHE metro lines 12 and 13 or even the T1 and T2.
Also, if you plan to come to public transporthere are some practical advice to allow you to avoid any queues around the stadium and arrive as close as possible to your front door. Because the routes change according to the entrance gate to the Stadium indicated on your ticket.
So here are the priority public transport to get to the Stadium and leave more easily depending on your access door.
To come to the Stade de France
- Access to gates A, B, C, D, E, G and H (East of the Stadium): take the RER B direction ” Mitry Claye » and get off at the station « The Plain – Stade de France » or prefer the metro line 12direction ” Town hall of Aubervilliers », then get off at the station « Popular Front “. Allow about 10 minutes on foot from the RER B station and 25 minutes on foot from metro line 12.
- Access to gates J, K, L, N, R, S, T and U (North of the Stadium): take the line 13 from the metro in the direction of Saint Denis University » and get off at the station « Saint-Denis – Paris Gate “. From there, it will take you about 5 minutes on foot to reach the gates of the Stadium.
- Access to gates T, U, X, Y and Z (South-West of the Stadium): take the RER D direction ” Creil » and get off at the station « Stade de France – Saint-Denis », then count about 10 minutes on foot from the station to the gates of the Stadium.
To leave the Stadium and reach Paris
- From gates A, B, C, D, E, G, H, X, Y and Z (East of the Stadium): take RER B or metro line 12.
- From gates J, K, L, N, R, S, T and U (North of the Stadium): take metro line 13, direction “ Chatillon Montrouge “.
- From gates T, U, X, Y and Z (South-West of the Stadium): take the RER D, direction “ Melun / Malesherbes “.
Note that the RATP recommends giving priority to line 12 of the metro as well as the line H of the Transilien (which serves Saint-Denis and thus allows you to retrieve the RER D) to get to the Stade de France ; two generally less traveled routes.
Good concert to all!