The Rock en Seine festival kicks off today in Paris, one of the most significant summer music
festivals in France.
While not the biggest, it's location near Paris at the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud, the Château de Saint-Cloud's park, gives it a high profile and a massive audience on its doorstep.
This year's again sees a well-curated bill, with French acts as well as international names, ranging from the developing artists to the massive headliners.
Friday sees The Last Shadow Puppets, Bastille and the Brian Jonestown Massacre on stage. Meanwhile, Flavien Berger, Caravan palace and Rendez-Vous fly the flag for French acts.
Saturday includes Wolfmother, Sigur Ros and Massive Attack, and Casseurs Flowters, Grand Blanc and La Femme are among the French names.
Iggy Pop, Chvrches and Peaches play on the Sunday.
There's no Eagles of Death Metal, after their ill-considered comments earlier this year. They're at Reading and Leeds instead.
This year it takes place in a heatwave, and with the three day ticket coming in under 120 euros, it's not only better value for money but probably a much more pleasant experience than Reading or Leeds festivals in the UK this weekend.