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WHAT'S ON? Le Havre - September

As the end of this month approaches, make sure to take some time to visit some of the last cultural events and exhibitions of the summer before the cold and busy months well and truly kick in.

21st-22nd - Journées Européennes du Patrimoine

Many cultural sites not usually open to the public will be open for visits, and other cultural sites will have special events, guided tours, free entry etc. All the info for this is listed here. It'll be a fantastic opportunity to get out and explore the city! Don’t miss out!


Foul Weather Music Festival

Punk is Not Dead


Herr Krank EP Launch

Dance Battle


Second Hand Instruments and Vinyl Garage Sale

Until the 22nd

Un été au Havre




Campus Festival Université du Havre


Live HipHop


Martin Solveig Concert at 7pm Quai SouthHampton

Foul Weather Music Festival


Les nuits de Tourisme - many museums and galleries around the city will be open in the evening with events. Check some out here and here.


St Vincent Piéton

Until the 29th

Exhibition by Stephan Balkenhol au Portique

Until the 5th Oct

Exhibition "Vivas Nos Queremos" at Le Tetris

Chroniques Havraise photography exhibition


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