For more than 90 years, the Harlem Globetrotters have been a worldwide phenomenon, and the only act of their kind when it comes to entertaining the public. Over the course of their history, the original Harlem Globetrotters team has appeared in 122 countries and on six continents, hurtling along with smiles on their faces as they perform exhibition matches brimming with American showmanship. In these games, the scoreline doesn’t matter. The tricks and fun attitude on display are what really count. Their open secret? The love of putting on a show.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event organisers and the Accor Arena announced that the Harlem Globetrotters show, initially scheduled for 14 October 2020, is postponed until 29 September 2021.
All existing tickets remain valid for the new date.
Gérard Drouot Productions S.A.
You are not allowed to bring your own food into the Accor Arena.
You are not allowed to bring your own drinks into the Accor Arena.
Suitcases and holdalls are not allowed. Backpacks are allowed but must be checked in to the cloakroom.
“Professional” camera equipment is not allowed inside the Accor Arena.
About the Harlem Globetrotters
Without a doubt the world’s most famous basketball team (outside the NBA, of course), the Globetrotters are a basketballing institution. Founded in the 1920s, the Harlem Globetrotters have lived through a lot of history: American history, and discrimination against the country’s Black community. Founded in a time when the colour of a person’s skin could put an end to any dream of elite competition, the team has always stood as symbol of peaceful resistance, helping to change perceptions through its players’ sparks of genius. Becoming a true phenomenon in the 1980s, the Globetrotters are more than just a basketball team. In 1982, they became the first and only sports team to receive their own star on Hollywood’s famous “Walk of Fame”.