From 9pm to 5am, we will make you sing, dance and laugh with the diversity of our artistic line-up.
An orchestra, singers, performances, dancers and DJs…Experience a magical and unforgettable evening at the Pride Ball

The program for the 2022 edition will be available very soon !
In the meantime, (re)discover the incredible artists who rocked the Hôtel de Ville last year !


Disco is not dead!

The 70’s are coming to the Grand Pride Ball with Corine, a flamboyant and glamorous young diva of disco-pop, with a fluffy mane and glittery eyelids. This disco revival sensation will have you dancing in your lives as much as on stage.

When we talk about the LGBT+ community, how can we not remember disco with its iconic music, completely flashy people and absolutely groovy dances? Corine will bring an unforgettable energy to our evening!

Danny Beard

Danny Beard is a cabaret comedian, singer and presenter who reached the semi-final of season 10 of Britain’s Got Talent. Originally from Manchester, he was 23 years old at the time of his audition, where he sang Sweet Transvestite by Richard O’Brien from The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

We are importing this talented performer from the UK to entertain us with his talent, voice and humor for this edition of the Big Pride Ball. We are expecting a completely incredible show.

Flora Banks

Flora Banks is a singer and actress with a passion for performing. Originally from the South West of France, she grew up in a family of musicians. She draws her inspiration from the great ladies of the Music Hall and quickly creates a very eclectic and colorful vocal and theatrical universe. As a teenager, she turned to the theater, took great pleasure in it and decided to become a professional in this field. At 18 years old, Flora goes up with determination in Paris. In 2017, she joined a first school of musical comedy, today Flora is perfecting her skills at the Cours Florent.

Rainbow Symphony Orchestra

The Rainbow Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is an LGBTQIH+ orchestra composed of musicians of all ages and cultures united by a love of classical music under the baton of John Dawkins around ambitious, original and quality projects. The RSO is an apolitical association, open to all people who share its values. Its projects are in keeping with a humanist spirit of tolerance and respect for the rights and freedoms of all. Supported by a warm atmosphere and a varied program, the RSO regularly performs in the Paris region and abroad.

The Paris Xclusive House of LaDurée

If the LGBTQ+ community never stops fighting against a society that is still too heteronormative, there are some that play with gender codes. The Ballroom, originally created by and for black and Latin transgender women in the United States, is a refuge that attracts more and more young people who are proud to claim their identity. The Paris Xclusive House of LaDurée is a family of talented artists from diverse backgrounds who actively participate in this struggle. Founded by Mother Rheeda and based in Paris since 2013, it is the only French house music in the Parisian vogue scene.

Otto Disco

Performed by Amar, “OTTO DISCO” is a 6 track album in English. The storyline is an inspiring one of a young artist Otto, who arrives in New York City to study art history and struggles with his aspirations as a performer. Each song follows a moment in the aspiring artist’s day, and his adventures in the nightlife of the gay community.

The New Wave and Pop album was released this year, including a track Ready to Dance, signed the soundtrack of the movie La Premiere Marche and reached #5 on the UK LGBTQ music charts.

Les Soeurs de la Perpetuelle Indulgence

How is it possible to have a good night out at an LGBT+ venue without the blessing of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence?

The order of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence was born in San Francisco on Easter Saturday 1979 from a group of gay activists. Since then, convents have opened all over the world: in the United States, Australia, South America and Europe, in London, Paris…

During the Great Pride Ball, they will be everywhere to bless you and chase away all the bad LGBTphobic spirits from your body!


From midnight on, the atmosphere changes. We go from dancing and singing, to DJs known to the French LGBT+ community!

Barbi(e)Turix  – DJ RAG

The queer-feminist collective Barbi(e)turix, which has been shaking up stereotypes for over 10 years, is one of our special guests at the Grand Bal des Fiertés! Barbi(e)turix is the initiator of the Wet For Me, the biggest lesbian party in Paris, and will set the dancefloor on fire all night long with Dj RAG and Nari Fsh!

La Dimanche

La Dimanche, the flagship party of the Parisian LGBT+ community is coming to the Grand Bal des Fiertés! Created in 2017 and honoring LGBT+ diversity with electric music, La Dimanche will come and liven up the dance floor with its own DJs. Its parties take place every two weeks, on a Sunday, because how can you end your weekend well without this iconic party?

La Nuit des Follivores/Crazyvores – DJ 

La Nuit des Follivores/Crazyvores, the cult and kitsch party for the LGBT community in Paris, will make you vibrate with French varieties of the 70’s and 80’s and on the greatest pop-dance hits of the 80’s and 90’s!

It’s Manu DJ Worx who also worked for more than 10 years at Freedj and now resident at Raidd bar who will ignite the track. From electro to festive and remixed pop, he plays in all France.

La Purple

The PURPLE is the big party where all the LGBT+ students of Paris meet. The DJ of this evening, David Belhassen, will bring an energetic music to the Grand Bal des Fiertés that will make this edition a landmark event for the LGBT+ community.