Boum Boum

37 Av. de Friedland, 75008 Paris, France

11:30 PM - 06:00 AM


Boum Boum, a Parisian Nightclub which opened in September 2017, quickly gained popularity as one of the most stylish venues in the 8th arrondissement. This highly conceptual and modern club, created by Charles Tassin, offers a unique experience centred around music and visual aesthetics, resembling a theatrical backdrop for your night out.

Boum Boum creates a sense of spaciousness and luxury with its high ceilings, glossy surfaces, and mirrored walls adorned with high-tech LED ribbons. The comfortable seating provides a perfect spot for relaxation after hours of dancing. Adding to the ambience are retro details inspired by the 70s, such as exposed spotlights and café-style mirrored tables.

When it comes to music, Boum Boum doesn’t limit itself to a specific genre. The DJs focus on high-energy dance classics from various decades, including electronic, hip-hop, and rock, offering a refreshing change from clubs that solely feature French pop and hip-hop.The club’s emphasis on audience engagement through karaoke and large screens creates an interactive atmosphere between the DJ and the crowd. 

The clientele at Boum Boum consists of trendy and affluent young individuals from the city, including celebrities such as models, artists, and singers. As a result, gaining entry to the club can be challenging. We recommend being on the guest list and making a reservation. Additionally, the club enforces a casual dress code with a preference for hippy subculture clothing, while distressed items are not allowed.

Regarding its weekly program, Boum Boum stands out as a modern and conceptual club in Paris. It combines elements from Korean and Japanese nightclubs, American music, and Parisian tastes, resulting in a unique experience. The club is open every Friday and Saturday night from 10 pm until 6 am.

To enjoy your experience at Boum Boum, remember to be on the guest list and make a reservation. The dress code calls for casual attire with a preference for hippy subculture clothing, while distressed items should be avoided.