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Celebrate July 14, 2023 in New York on Sunday, July 16

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One of the largest and most successful celebrations of French culture outside of France, July 14th in New York, takes place on Sunday, July 16th, 2023.

France’s National Day is celebrated on July 14 every year, marking the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille and the start of the French Revolution. (If the holiday does not fall on a Sunday, New York celebrates that day before or after the Sunday.)

Not only do festivities take place across France—including fireworks, concerts, parties, and a military parade on the Champs-Elysées in Paris—but July 14th festivities also take place in major cities and small towns around the world.

The event has been held in New York, sponsored by the non-profit organization Institut Français Alliance Française (FIAF), for more than two decades. Some 30,000 residents and visitors took part in last year’s celebration, and it’s a favorite among Francophiles.

This year’s family event will be held at Sunday 16th July From 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm. The Bastille Day Center in New York is located on Madison Avenue, from 59th Street to 63rd Street.

Some highlights of the July 14, 2023 celebration in New York City include:

Live entertainment events

On July 14th, the main stage (at 59th Street and Madison Avenue) will host free live music and entertainment throughout the day.

This year, the cast of the Broadway production of Moulin Rouge! The musical will perform excerpts from the new stage adaptation.

Paris-based singer-songwriter Naomi Greenblends, French-Moroccan singer-songwriter-producer Malika Zara and Popgrove, one half of the Brooklyn-based French band Cosmic Gardens, will also be performing.

Rose and champagne tasting

A rose is a sip of summer in a glass, often associated with Provence. The rose and bubble tasting will take place in the FIAF Skyroom, located on the top floor of the Fine Arts Building at 22 East 60th Street.

Attendees will be able to sample a selection of summer wines from Vineyard Brands, as well as Madeleines and mini quiches from Miss Madeleine, macaroons from Thierry Atlan and cheeses from Cheese2U.com.

Both sessions are scheduled to take place at 1pm and 3:30pm and are accompanied by a live performance by St. Martin’s Jolly Boys Steel Drum Band. Ticket price is $75 for FIA members and $85 for the general public.


Special presentation by Louis Jarrel innocent, 5:30 p.m. in the Florence Gold Ballroom (55 East 59th Street).

A crime thriller and family farce, the film depicts two men’s dangerous lengths, and the bizarre lies they tell, for the women they love. Tickets are $14 for FIAF members and students and $17 for the general public.

French market

Foodies will be drawn to the famous French dishes on offer at the Madison Street stalls. Participating vendors include Pistache NYC, Macaron Parlor, Benoit NYC, Bourke Street Bakery, Crepe Escape, Barachou, Miss Madeline, Maman, Mille-feuille Bakery, Petit Pot, Oyster Party and many more, including L’cafe GOLD Barista.

The French Garden on Madison Avenue will highlight French gastronomy, beauty and fashion. More than a dozen luxury boutiques will be participating, including Babette, Thermomix, Pain d’Avignon, Thierry Atlan, Cheese2U.com and Le Petit Parisien. And in collaboration with French Wink, Payot, Silpat, Paul Bertin, Angelina Paris, OCabanon, etc.

Bring the kids

Coaches from the Asphalt Green sports and fitness company will lead court games and fitness challenges. Language teachers from the International Federation of Football Associations (FIAF) will host a children’s coloring corner.

And everyone will enjoy the collection of classic French cars on the West Side of Fifth Avenue and Sixtieth Street (also on Sixtieth Street). There will also be a raffle, including a grand prize travel package for two to Saint Martin, Courtesy La Samana, Hotel Belmond, and Saint Martin Tourist Office.

July 14th in New York is the second best way to enjoy the best of French cuisine, language, and culture without flying to France.

to visit www.fiaf.org/bastilleday for more information

Can’t get to New York? control list July 14 celebrations in the United States and Canada.

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