- 2 lines stop at La Boule Noire : line 12 ans 2.
Get off at Pigalle or Anvers, our place being half way between these two train stations.
- Line 30 : get off at Anvers Sacré Cœur
- Line 54 : get off at Rochechouart Clignancourt
- Line 67 : get off at Rochechouart Martyrs
More informations about public transport : www.ratp.fr
With a cab :
There are plenty of cabs driving by the Boulevard Rochechouart, but if you do not see any of them, go to the taxi station on Place Pigalle, just next to the train station.
By personal car :
We recommend the Mappy website in order to find the best itinerary.
The surrounding car parks are next to Anvers station or rue Dancourt.
There is a bicycle path all along Boulevard Rouchechouart, and a Velib terminal in front of La Boule Noire.
Welcoming the public to La Boule Noire
Disabled people standards :
La Boule Noire is not disabled people standards. We therefore regret that we cannot accommodate people in wheelchairs.
Children at La Boule Noire
- Children under 6 years old are not allowed in the room, except for a show for young audiences.
- Shows for young audiences have an adapted sound limit but remain prohibited for children under 3 years old.
In addition, if you choose to take a child to one of our shows, we remind you that they must have a valid ticket in the same way as an adult, regardless of their age.
You will find at the bar a loan solution for noise-canceling headphones in exchange for a deposit (identity card), to prevent any hearing risks in children. You are of course allowed to bring your own equipment. Earplugs are available free of charge at the bar.
Cloakroom & Bar
You can pay by credit card and in cash from €1 at the bar and in the cloakroom.
The cloakroom allows you to leave your bag and coat for 2 euros per item. Bulky items, such as suitcases, will be left in the cloakroom for 4 euros.
Water bottles and helmets must be left in the cloakroom.
It is forbidden to bring a camera and/or a video camera to immortalize the concert. If you wish to take your equipment, you must apply for accreditation from the artist’s production.
Please be sure to undergo the various checks carried out for your safety.
The following objects are prohibited in the cloakroom and cannot be kept by the venue: lithium batteries (bicycle batteries), aerosols, large bags (backpacks in the cloakroom), glass bottles, cans, water bottles, alcohol, food and, in general, any object that could be used as a projectile and could prove dangerous. Recording devices (photo, sound) are not tolerated in the hall and must be left in the cloakroom.
A bar will be at your disposal throughout the concert. You can drink soft drinks, water, beer, wine, cocktails and you will find something to snack on.
All natural persons present at an event at La Boule Noire must be in possession of a ticket.
If you lose your ticket, you must contact the reseller (DICE, Weezevent, Ticketnet, etc.) through which you went.
We strongly recommend using the official ticketing sites to purchase your tickets. Any purchase made on other platforms (resale site) does not guarantee the validity of your ticket and generates a risk of refusal of access to the room.
Do not hesitate to call us in case of doubt.
Cup protectors are self-service at the bar.
If you notice abnormal or inappropriate behavior, whether you are a victim or a witness of inappropriate behavior: report it to the staff of the room (bartenders, security guards, identified personnel).
Located in the heart of Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement, La Boule Noire has had several lives: Initially a cabaret during the Roaring Twenties, then a cinema and dance hall, the hall has, since its takeover by La Cigale in 1990, welcomed many mythical artists on its stage. It continues today to create excitement around emerging artists with an eclectic program. It is at nightfall, when all the cats are gray, that we come to spend time out of time.