FIBRES de PARIS – Festival International de Blues, Rock & roll Et Swing – vendredi 2, samedi 3, dimanche 4 juin 2023, ATTENTION nouvelles dates.


International Blues, Rock & roll and Swing Festival, junE 2, 3 and 4, 2023


Cultural immersion in the 20s-50s retro years


Dear Festivalgoers,

Initially planned from June 3rd to 5th 2022, the 2022 FIBRES DE PARIS Festival will take place at a period better suited to its proper and safe unfolding. Too many unknowns weigh heavily on the organisation of the festival at this period.

How can we imagine a first FIBRES DE PARIS festival, which we have been waiting for for 3 years now, unfolding during such a complex time?

How can we imagine this festival that would distinguish the vaccinated from the others?

How can we imagine this festival without the artists and the international festivalgoers potentially blocked at the borders?

The conditions are not the ones necessary for a superb event.

And it is within this context that the entire team, despite the organisation already put into place, has unanimously decided for the 3rd time to postpone this year’s festival for the following dates: June 2nd, 3rd and 4th 2023.

Mark your calendar with the new festival dates, FIBRES DE PARIS will take place on June 2nd, 3rd and 4th 2023.

We thank you all for your understanding, for the interest you have in the Festival and assure you that we very much look forward to meeting and celebrating with you very soon!



Passion at the helm…

Once upon a time there was a little group of swing era (1920s-1950s) enthusiasts who decided to create a festival to reconnect with the zest for life embodied by this movement…
Open to all — confirmed fans, enlightened amateurs or curious neophytes —  FIBRES DE PARIS invites you to the 13th arrondissement, to live a three day flashback of music and dancing together!


International Blues, Rock & roll and Swing Festival
3 days to live « Swing » !

For three days, from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m., the 13th arrondissement dives into the history of Jazz and Rock & roll and becomes the capital of Swing.

Imagine the City of Lights transported to the best moments of the 20s/50s with thousands of devotees from all over France and beyond!

Orchestre, bar, soirée, musique - FIBRES de Paris, Festival Jazz Swing

Ray Collins’ Hot Club


Four fab soirées and… the Josephine Baker swimming pool transformed into an aquatic cabaret. As a crowning moment to each day, a grand ball with live music. An open-air dance every afternoon and Happy Hour concerts all over the Swing Village.

Prof cours de danse Lindy hop, Charleston - FIBRES de Paris, Festival Jazz Swing

Ksénia Parkhatskaya


FIBRES DE PARIS is an association founded by a small group of friends, experts in the 30s/50s. Dance instructor, event creator and artists, we work within the world of music, entertainment… and Swing!

Danse, claquettes, swing, bar à Paris

dance classes

Lindy Hop, Charleston, Shag, Balboa, Roots Jazz, Tap… These emblematic dances of the swing years guarantee crazy class! To dazzle at the various balls, don’t hesitate to come discover the basics or perfect your style in the regular classes and master classes offered each day.

Marché rétro vintage FIBRES de Paris, chaussures

Retro-vintage market

Hunt for bargains on the Saturday and Sunday of the festival at the dozens of booths (retro-vintage clothing, bric-a-brac) that await you. Make your wardrobe swing with vintage or « vintage style », threads, at competitive prices!

Village Swing FIBRES de Paris 13eme

swing village

The entire neighborhood, from the Port de la Gare to Place Jeanne d’Arc and Place d’Italie, by way of Place Jean-Michel Basquiat, Les Frigos, Avenue de France and Rue du Chevaleret will become the Swing Village.

Chronology of Music and Dance from the 20s to the 50s…

Travel back in time

Rhythm has always inspired in dancers new steps, to create new dances…
From the end of the 19th Century, ragtime prefigures what will become known as jazz, a new music that will accompany every dance style, from 1910 onwards.
After the First World War, tap shoes resonate on the floorboards, while Charleston is on display in the clubs. Popularized in France by Josephine Baker, this style accommodates dancing solo, in pairs, or in groups.
Near the end of the 1920s, jazz music evolves and orchestras become big bands (15 to 20 musicians). Henceforth, the rhythm « swings »: it’s the golden age of the Lindy Hop which will manifest itself over the years: boogie, Balboa, jitterbug which are all « swing » dances. In the 1940s the jive, a very fast jazz dance which favors spectacular lifts, makes its appearance…
In the post-war period the bands shrink and jazz reinvents itself once more by blending blues on a binary rhythm. The rhythm ’n’ blues era begins and will become the dance soundtrack of the 1950s.
Rock & roll appears on the horizon… to write its own story.