Paris is the capital of France, home of the European Union and the headquarters of the World Trade Organization, and a cultural hub for many of the world’s leading artists.
But the city is also home to a vast underground economy, with underground clubs, drug and alcohol markets and street-level prostitution.
The nightlife is particularly dark, with a number of establishments known for being frequented by drug users and drug dealers.
This week’s tour by the Weeknd and his girlfriend, Rihanna, took place in the French capital, which is home to about 1.2 million people, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
The two singers, who both hail from California, performed at the Hotel du Parc, a popular nightspot and party venue.
Rihanna and the Weeknettes performed at a bar called La Casa de La Tarde, which was closed on Saturday for the Parisian carnival.
The event was held at the same time as the annual carnival in the city’s famous Place de la Concorde, a venue where artists and performers perform.
The artists are scheduled to perform Friday and Saturday at the famous Place des Arts in Paris, where they will be joined by fellow artists like Kanye West, who will perform in front of a huge crowd.
The Weeknd has performed at some of the biggest festivals in the world, including the MTV Video Music Awards, the Brit Awards and the Grammy Awards.
His music is a blend of soulful hip-hop, electronic dance music and gospel, and the performances are often packed with raucous music and dancing.
The singer recently wrote about his experiences on Twitter.
I was on a bus with a bunch of dudes.
We all got on, I was in the back, the whole crew was on the bus.
And one of them said, “You know, I just got fucked up.”
And I said, Oh, shit, I don’t wanna do this.
I wanna get out of the back.
He said, You got to stop being such a dick.
He just said that, and I just stopped being such an asshole.