In a past life this was one of Paris' most popular gay clubs, but things have changed since then, and the Queen club is now almost completely straight (apart from Sundays) and definitely house/techno.
Open every day of the week (just in case you need to bop your socks off on a Tuesday), the crowd is fairly young, although the VIP area is available for those who want a seat and some (relative) peace & quiet.
Although its days as the hottest place in town are far behind it, it's quite a large club for the area, and the selection of DJs isn't half bad. If you don't know your way around electronic music and just want a good dance, the Queen could be a good choice.
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The renowned Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris is home, from February 24 until August 20, 2017, to the exhibition “Karel Appel. Art as Celebration!”.
“Karel Appel. Art as Celebration!” is an exhibition that sheds light on twenty-one works of art by the Dutch painter and sculptor Karel Appel (1921 – 2006).
The works on display, which are actually a donation from the Karel Appel Foundation, include some of the best paintings and sculptures that significantly marked the career of Appel from his CoBrA years until his death in 2006.
On the occasion of this exhibition, attendees will get the chance to view the artist’s famous Carnet d'art psychopathologique as well as many other veritable masterpieces including ceramic sculptures from the 1950s and big installations from the 1970s and 1990s.
The Hotels Paris Champs-Elysées are located at a short walking distance from the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.