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The Best Places to Dance Kizomba in Paris, France

Dance Kizomba in Paris, France

Welcome to the Kizomba Embassy!  Many dancers have been inquiring about the best places to dance Kizomba in Paris. 

Well, in this article I will cover the most popular places to dance all styles of Kizomba in Paris as well as the surrounding areas. 

Paris is a beautiful city known as the city of lights. It is also a wonderful location to dance all styles of Kizomba.

The level and skill of the Kizomba dancers in Paris is very advanced. Undoubtedly as a result of a large number of expert Kizomba dance instructors in the area. 

Most importantly, I recommend staying near a metro station for easy access to the popular spots around the city.  You can check out our special Kizomba Embassy link for places to stay with great rates and excellent cancellation policies. 

Here are the best places to dance Kizomba in Paris and the surrounding areas.

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Let's Play Kizomba events by Jojo & Jenny!

This Monday night party is a little outside of Paris. However, it is a fantastic event with one of the top Kizomba Dancers worldwide. 

Kizomba Embassy Ambassador Jojo and his lovely dance partner Jenny are in charge of this party. Currently, it is extremely popular with Kizomba Dancers in Paris. 

This party has a great atmosphere with world-renowned Kizomba Instructors such as Enah, Azzedine, and Jojo. It also features multiple popular Kizomba DJs.

Urban Kiz and Kizomba Fusion are the main styles of dance here.

The beginners class begins at 8:30 pm and the Intermediate class starts at 09:30 pm.  The party starts around 10:30 pm until 02:00 am. The cover is 12 euros and also includes a drink.

The current address is 4 Rue du Fort de la Briche, 93200 Saint-Denis, France.

Be sure to check out the Facebook page for updates and any changes to the party location.


On Tuesday nights the place to be is Saida. This Kizomba party is now held at 105 Rue Tolbiac, 75013 Paris.

Kizomba dance classes are led by world-renown Kizomba instructors such as Kizomba Embassy Ambassadors Val’r & Steffy, Georges & Laura, etc. 

The beginner Kizomba dance class starts at 8:30 pm and the intermediate class starts at 9:30 pm. The party starts around 10:30 pm and by 11 pm the place is packed with dancers.  The cover is around 10 euros depending on your time of arrival. 

The main dance style here includes Urban Kiz, Kizomba Fusion, Tarraxo, and also some traditional Kizomba & Semba. Moreover, remember to check out their Facebook page for the latest updates!

If you are taking the Paris Metro, they recommend taking the Metro 14 to the Olympiades station, go upstairs, continue straight ahead for 300 meters along the shops on your left and it will be approximately 50 meters after the bar.

After the party is over consider taking an Uber or another car service app to get back to your hotel especially if you stay late.  



On Thursday nights during the warmer weather months, the hottest Kizomba dance party is at Libertalia (Matuvu Paris). 

For the summer of 2023, the new name for Libertalia is Matuvu Paris. The opening party for the Matuvu 2023 Summer is May 13th, 2023!  Likewise, make sure to check Facebook for the latest Kizomba events information.

Here you will find many of the top Kizomba Artists from Paris including Felician & Isabella, Jojo, Curtis, Laurent, and Enah. 

The main styles here include Urban Kiz, Kizomba Fusion & Tarraxo.

This lounge is on the Seine River and has beautiful views at night. The parties normally go until 0200am.  It has both an inside and outside area. Moreover, this event is very popular with visiting kizomba dancers from the USA and also Asia.

Matuvu Paris is located just outside the city center. The address is Quai N ° 6 Jean Compagnon 94200 Ivry Sur Seine.

I suggest taking an Uber to and from the lounge as there aren’t any nearby metro stations. 

The Eiffel Tower Kizomba Festival

The Eiffel Tower Kizomba Festival is organized each year by the one and only Echo Ogna. This festival is very popular and is held every August in Paris near the Eiffel Tower. This year it will be held from August 17-21, 2023!

Echo does a fantastic job of bringing in a variety of artists, DJs, and also music. As a result, attendees enjoy a fun weekend of dancing. 

Regardless of what style of Kizomba you like, you will find it here. This festival includes Urban Kiz, Kiz Fusion, Traditional Kizomba, Semba, Tarraxo, and more.

Last year the festival was held from August 13th to the 16th.  Many of the events were held in the festival hotel Yooma.  This year the majority of the parties will take place on a boat.

Last year on Saturday all dance classes and parties were held aboard a boat on the Seine river.  Without a doubt, Saturday’s boat parties were the highlight of the festival.

If you get a chance to visit Paris this August make sure that you don’t miss this special Kizomba Festival.

Check out the Kizomba Embassy Festivals Calendar here for the latest up-to-date information on Kizomba Festivals worldwide.

New Year's Eve Paris Kizomba

If you are planning on being in Paris for New Year’s Eve, then you have two good options!

The first one is The Paris Kizomba New Year’s Eve Festival. It is normally scheduled to be held from Dec 30 till Jan 01. Top Artists are invited each year. Festival details will be published by the festival organizers after their 2023 Summer Paris Kizomba Festival is over.

This festival normally features Kizomba, Urban Kiz,  Semba, Tarraxo, and Ghetto zouk. It also normally has a room for Salsa and Bachata dancing.

The location of this Kizomba festival is usually the Hyatt Regency Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Another good option is the Paris Etoile New Year’s Eve Festival. This festival is normally scheduled from 30Dec till 02Jan. 

This festival usually features Urban Kiz and Semba. It is currently being organized by Echo Ogna


The Back to Basic Kizomba organizer holds a variety of traditional Kizomba Parties and events.  These fun events located in Paris are very popular with traditional Kizomba dancers.

Additionally, many of these events are held during the day and also on the weekends. Their latest parties and events can be found on their Facebook page

I hope this information on the Best Places to Dance Kizomba in Paris is helpful to you! If you have any additional suggestions on the best places to dance kizomba, leave a comment or email us here

Additionally, check out the Ultimate Guide to Kizomba here!

Enjoy yourself in Paris and hope to see you on the dance floor soon!

Brian Moran CEO Kizomba Embassy

Brian Moran

CEO of Kizomba Embassy

Brian Moran is a Salsa, Bachata & Kizomba dancer from New York City.  He has been fortunate to live and work abroad in Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean for over 13 years.

While living overseas, he has attended hundreds of international dance festivals and events and has taken classes with some of the top professional Salsa, Bachata, and Kizomba Instructors worldwide.

13 thoughts on “The Best Places to Dance Kizomba in Paris, France”

  1. Hi Brian,
    Thank you for the article. Would be great if you could mention which of these parties are Urban kiz/fusion, which are kizomba.
    Some people prefer a certain style. Would be great to know which one is which.
    One of the greatest authentic Kizomba parties in Paris I know if of, is “Back to Basic”, for example.

    1. Hi Elena,

      You made a good point! Some of the events are hosted by different Dj’s so it really depends on the night.
      For example, at Saida, they played Urban Kiz, Kiz Fusion, Traditional Kizomba, and Semba throughout the night.
      At the Eiffel Tower Kizomba Festival, the DJs did a great job of playing Urban Kiz, Kiz Fusion, Traditional Kizomba, Semba, etc.
      For both LPK & Libertalia I would say they were more Urban Kiz and Kiz fusion.
      I will try to add this information in the next update.

      Thanks for your comment!

  2. Hi Brian!
    Thanks for a great article!
    One question, did you find anything on wednesdays? I’m looking for something to start off with before the tarraxofestival which begins on a thursday. Now that Kao Suey is not there I don’t know where to look.

    Kind regards,

    1. Hi Anna,

      Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find any places to dance Kizomba on Wednesday nights. You might want to reach out to Echo Ogna on Facebook and see if he has any recommendations for you. He is the organizer for the Eiffel Tower Kizomba Festival and another Kizomba Festival in Paris. Enjoy the Tarraxo Festival next month!


  3. Brilliant intel, thanks Brian.

    Do you know of any DAYTIME Kizomba dancing in Paris?
    Indoors, at a park, classes, practice, doesn’t matter.
    Especially during the spring: May and beyond…

    1. Thanks, I am not aware of any daytime Kizomba events in Paris. Most of the dancing outdoors at the main square areas that I saw was Salsa and Bachata. Hopefully, Paris will have some new Kizomba daytime events next summer!


  4. Hi Brian,
    Thank you for your good reportage.
    Did you find anything for Friday or Saturday or Sunday in Central Paris?
    We are going February 18-21 then flying to Benin for West African Kizomba Festival and then return to Paris March 1-4, so we have some good opportunities to dance.
    Thanks ,

    1. Hi Suzanne,
      Unfortunately, I didn’t find any good spots to dance Kizomba on the weekends.
      Have a good trip and let me know if you find any new places to dance.

  5. Hi, I am Iranian dancer. Traditional Iranian dance. I want to register for dancing in Paris. This is my first time that I will do dance in Paris. please arrange for me.
    Much appreciate it.




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