France·February 18 2024
Fancy a quick trip to Paris or want to enjoy the night with other queers? Explore Parisian streets and nightlife with a queer localSOLD OUT
Join us in Paris on Sunday, 18th Feb, from 7:30 pm until late to uncover the Parisian queer nightlife, charming streets, and a taste of the city's art, culture, and romance, often missed by travelers. You’ll walk through the charming streets of Paris with a queer local and attend one of Paris’ biggest Black/POC queer women's parties located at the epicenter of Paris' queer culture. P3 is renowned for putting on the best parties in Paris. Whether you're already in Paris or fancy joining us for the weekend, it's a great opportunity to immerse yourself with queer locals and travelers at night and during the day to discover Paris like never before. Meet us at 7:30 pm to kick start the evening at some of favourite hangout spots to grab some nibbles to meet everyone. There will be drinks and the table will be included at the party. Come join us solo, partner(s), or with friends. Meeting location available after booking. Note: For ages 21 and older only. INCLUDED ✅ Pre-party meetup, games and entertainment. ✅ Queer bars & Party until 5 am ✅ All Entry Fees ✅ Paris Queer culture ✅ Local Expert - English Speaking until 1 am NOT INCLUDED ❌ Transport/transfers ❌ Accommodation ❌ Drinks Photos of the queer party by P3. @p3paris_ @njeri_n @studiolouche
We will be attending one of Paris' biggest queer Black / POC party (women only). P3 is a beautiful night that goes on until 5am.
Nikki is a project manager and content creator from the UK, living in Paris. Guided by her passion and intuition, she has discovered a vibrant cultural scene that continues to lead to the most wonderful and distinctive encounters. She is keen to share the remarkable joy of the city with those seeking community and new experiences.
Explore the top sights of paris with LGBTQI+ stories in 3 hours with local queer experit. This tour not only serves as an excellent introduction to Paris and its iconic monuments but also provides a unique opportunity to explore the rich history of LGBTQIA+ movement.