A French Music Week in Paris could happen as early as 2025, according to recent remarks from the country’s President, Emmanuel Macron.

Summits like Miami Music Week and the iconic Amsterdam Dance Event unite fans, artists and industry professionals from across the globe. Regularly featuring a variety of panels and discussions alongside shows and festivals, they are crucial hubs for electronic dance music enthusiasts to network and, of course, dance until the sun comes up.

Macron has now revealed that a French “Music Week” is taking shape. Attending the Fête de la Musique festival in France on June 21st, the French President said an event could happen next year in the country’s capital.

“I think we need to go even further,” Macron told Radio FG in comments translated from French. “I would like us to create a major festival like we do in Miami or Amsterdam, which firstly allows all music professionals to come together, for example for Fashion Week, and to have very large concerts and very large festivals the days preceding… the music festival.”

Macron went on to praise the French electronic music scene, crediting artists like Jean-Michel Jarre and David Guetta for their influential work on a global scale.

It is important to note that neither Macron nor his administration has formally announced a French “Music Week” at the time of this writing.