AC/DC Paris

It is hard to say which event will be the highlight in Paris this summer. Some would say the Taylor Swift concerts, while others might say the AC/DC concert. But, even more, people would probably say that the highlight of the year is the event that starts on July 24 and ends two days before the AC/DC concert that will be held on August 13, the Summer Olympics. You don’t need to pick one event or another, you can come to enjoy the Summer Olympics and then stay a few more days to be there at the last AC∕DC concert in Europe in 2024.

The event is arranged at Hippodrome de Longchamp, a popular venue for horse races, and of course, gigantic concerts. It has been used for several music festivals, and the Rolling Stones has performed here several times. Now it is time for the legends from AC/DC to play at the venue. Would you like to be there in the audience? It is possible to buy tickets for the events at the online marketplace VIagogo, so if you are interested, use the link below.

AC/DC Paris 2024

Location: Hippodrome de Longchamp
Date: August 13
Tickets: Viagogo (an online marketplace for concert tickets)

How can I travel to the concert area using public transportation?

The easiest way to get to the AC/DC concert is by taxi. But that costs a lot, and it isn’t complicated to use public transportation either. Here you have the two best options of traveling to the concert location by public transportation.

Metro and Bus:

  • Start by taking the metro to Porte Maillot station (Line 1).
  • From Porte Maillot, you can transfer to Bus 244 direction Hippodrome de Longchamp.
  • This bus will take you directly to the racecourse.

RER and Bus:

  • Take the RER C line from any station in Paris to Neuilly-Porte Maillot station.
  • From Neuilly-Porte Maillot station, take Bus 244 direction Hippodrome de Longchamp.

Are there any other events in Paris in August?

One might think that it will be quiet once the Summer Olympics come to an end, but there are always things happening in Paris. There are fantastic permanent and temporary exhibitions in museums such as the Louvre and Orsay, and a trip on the River Seine is always magnificent (but especially in the evening). You can read more about temporary exhibitions and concerts in our calendar of Paris events.