Be transported to the golden age of Parisian cabaret at the world-famous Moulin Rouge. Founded in 1889, the iconic dance hall quickly became renowned as a glamorous gathering place for a broad range of Parisian movers and shakers. The Moulin Rouge’s famously beautiful dancers are memorialized in paintings by Toulouse-Lautrec, and it is considered the home of the celebrated cancan dance.
Make your way to Montmartre before the 11pm start time and join the queue to enter the legendary venue, where you’ll take your seats for the late-night performance of the nostalgic Féerie revue. Sip on a half bottle of French champagne and enjoy the sumptuous fin de siècle surroundings that have played host to countless musical legends throughout the years, including Edith Piaf, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Liza Minnelli.
Prepare to be mesmerized as a parade of 80 talented dancers and acrobats take the stage, including 60 legendary Doriss Girls. It’s a feast for the senses with spectacular costumes of feathers, sequins and rhinestones and show-stopping numbers performed to original music against the backdrop of elaborate, moving sets.
When the curtain closes on the 2-hour show, emerge back out into the storied streets of Montmartre with stars in your eyes.
Please be advised that this performance contains partial nudity, and may not be appropriate for all audiences.