Do Disturb


Dance, performance, sound - music

Do Disturb

Past: April 21 → 23, 2017

For its 3rd edition, the festival DO DISTURB is once again putting Palais de Tokyo into a state of effervescence, by day and night, on April 21, 22 and 23, 2017.


The programme of this edition features over 40 propositions at the crossroads of dance, performance, theatre and music: fresh creations, pieces new to France as well as performances which are being specially revived.

This year, DO DISTURB is pursuing its policy of inviting cultural partners from France and abroad. After having collaborated, for its first edition, with such major institutions as the MoMA PS1 or Tate Modern and, for its second edition, with French and foreign art schools, this year DO DISTURB is presenting a collaboration with some of the world’s most dynamic performance and live show festivals:

Actoral (Marseille, France) with projects by Miet Warlop, Thomas Mailandaer and Alexander Vantournhout

Camping — CND (Pantin, France) with a project by Lorenzo de Angelis

Dias Da Dança (Porto, Portugal) with a project by Jonathan Uliel Saldanha

Santarcangelo Festival Internazionale del Teatro in Piazza (Italie) with projects by Silvia Gribaudi and Francesca Grilli

TBA Festival — Time-Based Art Festival (Portland, États-Unis) with a project by Dorothée Munyaneza & Holland Andrews

Finally, for the musical and festive programme on the night of Saturday April 22, Palais de Tokyo is inviting the unmissable Nuits sonores (Lyon, France) which in May 2017 will celebrate its 15th birthday.


Along with this invitation to festivals, Palais de Tokyo is also requesting French and foreign artists to create and present their most ardent ideas and projects:

aalliicceelleessccaannnnee&soonniiaaddeerrzzyyppoollsskkii, Alex Baczynski-Jenkins, Rochdi Belgasmi, Jacopo Belloni, Julie Béna, Rotten Bliss, Eglè Budvytytè, Benedetto Bufalino, Boris Dambly (RE:c), Laurent Goldring, Piero Golia, Célia Gondol, Severin Guelpa, Jacopo Miliani, Musarc, Simon Pfeffel, Nicolas Puyjalon, Rottenbliss, Lara Schnitger, Pablo Tomek, Naama Tsabar, Studio Dennis Vanderbroeck, John Wood and Paul, Harrison, Tori Wranes.

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13, av. du Président Wilson

75016 Paris

T. 01 81 97 35 88

Alma – Marceau

Opening hours

Every day except Tuesday, noon – midnight
Closed on tuesday

Admission fee

Full rate €12.00 — Concessions €9.00

Free admission under 18 years-old, job seekers, those in receipt of income support…

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