To be discovered in March: the 35th Martial Arts Festival
Aikido, bulkempo, caporeira, kung fu, taekwondo and many more… On March 21st at the AccorHotels Arena, martial arts in their great diversity will meet for the 35th Martial Arts Festival. To see the world’s greatest masters in action…
Sports and entertainment. This is what this festival, considered by fans and pros alike as the biggest martial arts gathering in the world, offers you.
Imagine, dozens of disciplines represented, from the best known to the most confidential. Dozens of demonstrators from four continents. Performances and acrobatics combining magic, tradition and passion. All this under the admiring gaze of 15,000 spectators.
On the tatami, shows follow one another, the great French experts succeed the great world figures. Stunts, fights with weapons or bare hands, choreographies, spectacular stagings, challenges, nothing is missing to keep the audience on their toes!
Prestigious guests, the Shaolin monks will present the art of Chinese kung fu in its purest tradition. The Sikh team of the Gatka Academy, especially from Patiala in India, will unveil their techniques. As for sumo, it will be represented by five champions of the Russian team, who have won national and international titles. Among the featured guests was Canadian Dave Leduc, the first non-Burmese to earn a world belt in Lethwei.
You must admit that this excerpt from the program is very appealing. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, make the most of your Parisian stay at the Palym Hotel to treat yourself to an evening like no other.
On March 21st, attend the 35th Martial Arts Festival and become a master of grappling, haidong gumdo, krav maga, MMA, wushu…
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