Disneyland Paris - Music Tour Specialists

A classic concert tour with prestigious concert venues, Paris is the perfect destination for groups with any kind of repertoire!

A school music tour to France with a variety of venues

Paris has a truly diverse range of exciting venues in which you and your groups can perform. Venues you may think of as too famous are within your reach; who could forget performing at the world-renowned Notre Dame Cathedral, or giving a concert in the gardens of Louis XIV's baroque creation, Le Château de Versailles?

Perform at a local school

We can also arrange a concert tour of smaller and less formal concert venues including Les Jardins de Luxeumbourg and the Val d'Europe Music Kiosk, which are perfect for bands. If cultural interaction is what you're after, then why not choose to perform at a local French school or lycee - an excellent way to combine music with meeting new people?

Another unforgettable bonus of the Paris tour is its proximity to Europe's favourite theme park, Disneyland. Your students may be able to perform there and then enjoy all the fun and magic that the famous theme park has to offer. 


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  • A street parade at Disneyland, Paris © Disney

  • Mini mouse dancing, the Walt Disney studios and the magic Disney castle. © Disney

  • A choir performs on the Paris and Disneyland tour

  • Lights, camera, action: school party get up and perform on a Voyager music tour


Sample excursions

Cross Curriculum Excursions

The Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

Constructed in 1889 for the Paris’ Exposition Universelle, no landmark is more recognisable around the world. In high season the queues to ascend can be very long, but it's always worth the wait! Walk to the tower from the Trocadero for some excellent photo opportunities. 


Arc de Triomphe & Champs-Élysées

Arc de Triomphe & Champs-Élysées

Bedecked in freizes of famous French military victories, the Arc de Triomphe is both glorification and memorial of the French at war. Beneath the Arc the tomb of the ‘unknown soldier’ reminds visitors of the soldiers who anonymously died in battle during World War 1. In contrast, the Champs-Élysées has come to epitomise the wealth and flamboyance of commercial French culture.

Aquaboulevard water park


A theme park based on a famous French cartoon character, Parc Asterix has rollercoasters, live entertainment, arts and special effects, so whatever the age of your party you're sure to remain well-entertained!


The Eiffel Tower night

River Trip

See Paris from a different angle and admire the Eiffel Tower lit up by night. This cruise is approximately one hour long and commentaries are provided in English and French. (Included in your overall tour price!)

Parc Asterix France

Parc Asterix

A theme park based on a famous French cartoon character, Parc Asterix has rollercoasters, live entertainment, arts and special effects, so whatever the age of your party you're sure to remain well-entertained!




In 1682, when Louis XIV decided to move the royal court from Paris to Versailles, France saw the construction of Europe’s most magnificent palace, the Palais de Versailles. At one point, the construction of Versailles cost 4% of France's total annual budget, despite the fact that peasants were suffering from severe food shortages!

Pre-booking required for school groups several months in advance. Closed on Mondays.


How to do... France


Quite simply the number one cultural highlight of a trip to Paris. The Louvre is the most visited museum in the world with approaching 10 million people passing through its turnstiles annually. It houses pieces from ancient history right through to the nineteenth century and boasts such famous works as the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. Closed on Tuesdays.



Musée d’Orsay

Musée d’Orsay

The building that houses the Musée d'Orsay was originally built as a railway station, but quickly became redundant as trains became too long for the platforms. Within is a phenomenal collection featuring pieces by Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cezanne, Gaugin and Van Gogh. Closed on Mondays.



Pompidou Centre

Pompidou Centre

The 'inside out' Centre Pompidou is a marvel of architecture even before you see its contents. Within are the National Museum for Modern Art, a vast public library and a centre for music and acoustic research. Since it opened in 1977 it has received over 150 million guests. Closed on Tuesdays.



Sample tour

Day 1

  • Arrive in Paris
  • Dinner

Day 2

  • Breakfast
  • Morning rehearsal
  • Eiffel Tower excursion
  • Evening concert performance at Magdalene Church
  • Dinner

Day 3

  • Breakfast
  • Versailles Excursion
  • Performance in gardens at Versailles
  • Dinner

Day 4

  • Breakfast
  • Free time for shopping
  • Lunchtime recital at Notre Dame
  • Louvre/Pompidou excursion
  • Dinner

Day 5

  • Breakfast
  • Transfer to Disneyland Paris
  • Whole day at Disneyland inc. performance at Disney Magic Music Days
  • Return by coach to U.K.

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The standard of the rooms at the Moulin was incredible and unexpected for a school trip. The food was delicious and the menus were varied and clearly created with the students in mind. Party Leader of Leventhorpe School staying February 2016 at Voyager's Hotel du Moulin aux Draps

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