The iconic Parisian concert hall keeps its distinguished identity while opening up to new audiences and music genres. Each of its shows transform into a memorable event.


The Olympia hall is an iconic venue at the heart of Paris. It is the place of all emotions where several generations of spectators have experienced an exceptional moment.

L’Olympia is the oldest music hall in Paris, dating from 1892 in its original form. It hosted the greatest French and international musicians and singers, including Edith Piaf, Gilbert Bécaud, Jacques Brel, Michel Sardou, Téléphone, the Stones, Eddy Mitchell, the BB Brunes, Lady Gaga,… It is also a place of laughter with comedians such as Coluche, Guy Bedos, Django Edwards, Florence Foresti, Anne Roumanoff, Laurent Gerra and Dany Boon. 

L’Olympia is part of Vivendi since 2001. Several initiatives aimed at rejuvenating and diversifying audiences has been put in place since 2015, while preserving its genuine identity. L’Olympia has also become a favorite place for Vivendi companies to get together for joint initiatives.

Discovered by chance in 1956, the Billiard Room is an unknown treasure of L’Olympia. Adorned with sculpted woodwork and Sarreguemines ceramics, this 130m2 room dates from the 19th century and pays homage to Edward VII, King of England, who resided in the neighborhood when he came to Paris. The room welcomes young talents enjoying a smaller room to express themselves. It also hosts seminars, conferences and cocktails.