Introduced during last year’s tournament, though closed to spectators due to the health crisis, the night sessions are back from Monday 23 May to Wednesday 1 June. They give spectators the chance to watch a great match as well as enjoying a superb “DJ Set and Match” show – courtesy of BNP Paribas – which will see ten different DJs take to the decks to entertain the crowds.
'DJ Set and Match': Experience the night sessions’ electric atmosphere
Scheduled to start at 8.30pm from 23 May to Wednesday 1 June, the night sessions at the 2022 Roland-Garros tournament promise to be thrilling.
Warming up the crowds
If you want to watch the evening’s top-billed match and experience the excitement of a top-class tennis duel, enhanced by the twilight atmosphere, grab a ticket to one of the ten night sessions scheduled on Philippe-Chatrier court from 23 May to 1 June. To immerse spectators in the atmosphere of the event, a different well-known DJ will take to the decks every evening to play a short set before the players step out on court and the match begins. Organised with BNP Paribas, “DJ Set and Match” promises to light up Centre Court!
The full “DJ Set and Match” line-up
Monday 23 May – Bon entendeur
Tuesday 24 May– MYD
Wednesday 25 May – La Fine Équipe
Thursday 26 May – Møme
Friday 27 May – Jean Tonique
Saturday 28 May– Etienne de Crecy
Sunday 29 May – Yuksek
Monday 30 May– Boston Bun
Tuesday 31 May – Jabberwocky
Wednesday 1 June – Synapson
A new entrance show for the stars
The entertainment will continue between the DJ set and the match itself, with a brand new show to introduce the players and lead them out onto the court. A video presenting the evening’s line-up will be shown on the giant screens on Philippe-Chatrier court and, as they leave the locker rooms, the players will be invited to follow an illuminated path that leads them out onto Philippe-Chatrier court. The players’ entrance, from the locker rooms to the court, will be shown on the court’s giant screens. Last year, big-name stars such as Serena Williams, Iga Swiatek, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev, to name but a few, all played during the night sessions!