The Last Stage of the Tour de France, Paris, 20th September

The famous climax of the Tour de France was originally meant to take place in July, but the historic race will finish by the Champs-Élysées on Sunday September 20th, lucky you! 
More information here.

Printemps des Rues Festival, Paris, 26-27th September

Another event that has been rescheduled this year, the Printemps des Rues Festival will take place around the groovy Canal St-Martin area. With all sorts of street art and performances it’s definitely worth a visit!
More information here.

Paris Jazz Festival, All Month Long

The Paris Jazz Festival kicks off in late August and runs through all of September. If you’re in the mood for some blues head down to the Botanical Gardens to find out more!

Journées Européennes du Patrimoine, Nationwide, 19-20th September

On the weekend of the 19-20th of September, all of France and indeed all of Europe will be celebrating historial heritage and through the theme of education. Be sure to check out what is going on in your city as many public and private monuments and properties are opened to the public. 
For more information click here.

Free Entry Museum

Remember that some museums, especially in Paris, offer free entry on the first Sunday of each month (which will be the 6th September this month) to help make culture more accessible for all!

Coup de Chauffe Festival, Cognac, 5-13th September

If you’re in Cognac, this vibrant festival celebrating street art is a must-see!
More information here.

Festival Arabesques, Montpellier, 8-20th September

This long-running festival in the southern city of Montpellier celebrates arabic art and culture whilst promoting a greater visibility of arabic culture.
More information here.