Covid-19

We are glad to welcome our spectators for the 2021 edition of La Nuit aux Invalides. The Hôtel national des Invalides is the widest landmark in Paris and welcomes every year many visitors in a unique site, shared between green spaces and architectural masterpieces. The performances unfold in the cour d’honneur, which is a Parisian iconic open-air area with a square footage bigger than 6000m2. 

Our shows shall take place in accordance with the conditions defined by the public authority, to guarantee our visitors and our teams the best possible protection. 

Health pass - "Pass sanitaire"

From July 7, every spectator above 18 y.o. will have to produce, along with the ticket, a sanitary/health pass. The following documents can be a health pass:

  • The negative result of a PCR test or antigen test or self-test (must be done in front of a health professional) performed in the last 72 hours;
  • The proof of a complete vaccine (all injections + delay, about 7 days after the last injection depending on the vaccine);
  • A proof of recovery: the positive result of a PCR / antigen test (performed in the last 6 months but more than 11 days ago).

You can present a paper document or a digital one (TousAntiCovid App).

Protective equipment

Wearing a mask is mandatory throughout the show, which also includes the waiting area in front of the Invalides’ Grille d’honneur. 

Reception and technical staffs are wearing disposable masks.

Hand sanitizer distributors are available for anyone to use.

Flows management

A one-way circulation has been put in place to avoid crossings. Entrances will be spaced out to control the flows of people entering the courtyard.

Social distancing

Our staff makes sure that each group of spectators can keep a social distance with other groups. Chairs are displayed one out of two in a row to avoid any touches.

Responsible behaviour

Because your safety is our concern, each spectator and each member of our staff must act responsibly by washing one's hands frequently, keeping social distances, avoiding to touch one's face, covering one's mouth and nose with one's arm when coughing or sneezing. 

Since 2012, Amaclio Productions has welcomed spectators in prestigious landmarks (Hôtel national des Invalides, Mont-Saint-Michel, Grand-Palais…). Thus, the company has developed significant expertise in flow management, in audience and staff security, and in public information.