The courtyard of the 18th-century Parisian building will host five DJs, including Busy P and Chloé, as part of Thursday's World Music Day celebrations.
The French presidential residence, AKA The Élysée Palace, will host an electronic music event for the first time on Thursday, June 21st.
The show will take place in the courtyard of the 18th-century building, which is home to the current president, Emmanuel Macron. It sits in Paris's 8th arrondissement, not far from the Champs-Élysées.
Five DJs have been billed: Chloé, Kavinsky, Ed Banger founder Busy P, Roche Musique's Cezaire and Kiddy Smile, a star of Paris's emerging ballroom scene. The free, 1,500-capacity gig, which forms part of France's World Music Day celebrations, will run from 8 PM through midnight. Tickets are sold out.
Listen to Busy P's RA Exchange.