Infos - We Love Green


When & where ?

Plaine de la Belle Etoile
Accès par la Route Dauphiné via L’Esplanade Saint Louis
Bois de Vincennes, 75012 Paris

• 2, 3 & 4 JUNE 2023

Friday : 5:30pm – 01:00 am

Saturday : 01:00pm – 01:00 am

Sunday : 01:00pm – 00:00

Timetables to come very soon !

Coming to We Love Green

Transportation accounts for 85% of We Love Green carbon impact. In order to reduce this impact, the festival encourages you to use low carbon transport solutions.
• Vélib : 5 stations are located near the festival : Bois de Vincennes, Polygone-Pyramide, Parc Floral-Tremblay, Lac des Minimes-Pyramide, Ecole de Breuil.
• Metro : Ligne 1 – Château de Vincennes
Last metro : 1h39 on Saturday / 00h39 on Sunday
• RER : A – Château de Vincennes
• Bus : Ligne 56
Main bus stops : Barbès, Gare de l’Est, République, Oberkampf, Nation, Château de Vincennes
• VTC/Taxis : Drop on / drop off at Esplanade Saint-Louis (5min walking from the festival entrance)
• Night Bus : Ligne 11 (called Noctilien)
• Reminder : The festival has a bike parking, located on the route Dauphiné. There is no car parking.


WE LOVE GREEN is organised to accommodate people with reduced mobility, adapting its production to allow easy access to the stages and main points of the festival.

 WE LOVE GREEN offers reduced tickets for AAH beneficiaries
 A dedicated email address accessibilité allows disabled festival-goers to prepare their visit and answer their questions.
All stages are accessible to people with reduced mobility, a platform is reserved for them in front of the stage of La Prairie
 Several sanitary blocks and bars have been fitted out to allow access for PRMs
A special entrance will be dedicated to them
Guide dogs are welcome at the festival.HEARING RISK PREVENTION :

Simple gestures to preserve your hearing and enjoy the festival:

Do not stand in front of the speakers
Take breaks in quiet areas
Remember to take earplugs
Adapt your equipment to your practices and needs: foam plugs, reusable or custom-made
Parents with children, triple the precautions: headphones, breaks and distance from speakers
Pregnant women, avoid exposure to high noise levels
Reusable earplugs and headphones for children will be available at the Information Point


Reusable earplugs and helmets for children will be available at the Information Point
The associations Fêtez Clairs and the CRIPS will accompany us on the prevention of auditory risks and will distribute single-use earplugs on their stand in the Innovation Village


Do not throw your rubbish, cigarette butts, bottles on the ground. Place them in the bins provided around the festival site.

Please dispose of your waste in the correct waste streams, explained on each of the festival bins. In 2018 we managed to recycle 107 tons of waste at the festival.

This year the festival is setting up a Mobility Hub to get you to the festival in a responsible way. Metro, City Bus, Electric Scooter, Bicycle…the choice is yours. Reminder: no car parking nearby.

More information will be available soon!

Forbidden Objects in the festival

The following are strictly forbidden on the festival site

Backpacks (except for small handbags, tote bags, pouches, bananas), illegal substances (drugs, even soft drugs), dangerous objects (sharp & blunt), weapons, even dummy weapons, food, fireworks, all gas installations, cans and tins, bottles and glass objects, chairs (even folding ones), laser pointers, megaphones & talkies, audio broadcasting devices, animals, professional cameras.

It is forbidden to bring alcohol onto the festival site. Only water bottles are allowed. Also, in order to respect the environment, it is not allowed to distribute flyers and/or promotional leaflets and we ask you not to throw your cigarette butts on the ground.

Summary: glass/metal/alcohol bottles, illegal substances, blunt objects, fireworks, megaphones, professional cameras, recorders, cameras, bicycles/skateboards/scooters, balloons, water pistols, parasols, hard-sided coolers, drones