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Their next tour date is at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, after that they’ll be at Parque Fundidora in Monterrey. See all your opportunities to see them live below! Currently touring across 🌍 All 🇨🇦 Canada 🇲🇽 Mexico 🇧🇷 Brazil Upcoming concerts (3) See nearest concert Jan 30 2024 Canceled Vancouver, BC, Canada Rogers Arena Mar 29 2024 Monterrey, Mexico Tecate Pal Norte Sep 13 2024 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rock In Rio Past concerts Nov 11 Tampa, FL, US MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre Nov 3 Las Vegas, NV, US S.E.M.A Fest Sep 9 Outdoor Berlin, Germany Lollapalooza Berlin View all past concerts Recent tour reviews Imagine Dragons The concert was really great. Every members of the band had SO much energy that they shared with the public. Dan Reynolds made a speech on the LGBT youth at some point during the concert and that was great, he spoke with his heart and the public gave this love back. The light were blowing our minds and they were at their best during the whole concert. At some point, there only were instumentals and the singer (Dan Reynolds) lied down on the ground and started doing yoga, which was pretty funny. In the middle of the concert, they went on the second stage (smaller and in the middle of the room) so everyone could see them. They ended the concert with the first song we have (my sisters and I) discovered them with six years ago. I truly encourage people to go to their concert because they are one of the most fantastic band of the 21th century. PS: if I can share an advise, if you really want to bring a goodie home, buy it BEFORE the concert. At the end, there are a lot of people and, I guess, less choice (we bought it before the concert so we had all the pleasure and time to choose what we wanted) Read more Report as inappropriate by camillefrappier I’ve been listening to the group since so long, and the first song I heard from them was Radioactive, which everyone knows I’m sure of it. The concert run an hour late, but nobody was complaining and they started with I don’t know why, which immediately put everybody in the mood. There was many generations mixed, and all the adults around me didn’t really knew imagine dragons, weren’t really sure if they were going to like it, and were really surprised to see they were just loving the concert. The group was playing and singing at the perfection, all of them was contributing to the making of each songs, and there was such a good atmosphere it was really incredible. Dan Reynolds (the lead singer) talked really often to the crowd during the show and also took a moment to raise awareness about LGBT youth, which was a really touching moment. Their energy, their complicity with each other, everything was perfect, and the last song, radioactive, there so well known hit, just ended the concert with a great energy. I loved it, probably one of the best concert I’ve ever been. Imagine dragons is not like many artists who just come on stage, say hi, sing ( either in playback, or wrong), don’t interact with the crowd, and get out of stage without a thank you. Imagine dragons talked to us so many times it was really pleasant, I’ve never seen a group or an artist take the time to say something relevant, they even went into the crowd during the show, to the back of the concert hall so people in the back could see them at least for 3 songs. It was perfect, and I sure will go to their next concert, because seeing Imagine dragons in live, is just magic and unforgettable. Read more Report as inappropriate by delphinemarcais This was the first concert that we took our two children to (ages 10 and 12) and they had a great time! The venue (Shoreline Amphitheater) was fantastic and we enjoyed our view from the lawn. The opening bands were engaging and certainly warmed up the crowd! When Imagine Dragons appeared, our kids were really excited and ready for a “full concert experience”! Imagine Dragons did not disappoint! They played all the popular songs as well as some older ones. They even changed stages halfway through the concert which was a great bonus! The band definitely knew how to keep the crowd engaged from asking us to sing along to “Yesterday” and even releasing large balloons for the crowd to bat around throughout the second half of the concert. Their final few songs, which included Radioactive, were absolutely brilliant! They had so much energy at the end it was infectious! Their extended drumming section in Radioactive was awesome! They ended with two songs instead of a typical walk off and then come back for an encore. Their final song, Believer, was a rocking anthem that had us all walking away singing at the end of the concert. Overall, it was a great first concert for my kids and a great reminder of why live music matters so much! 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Switch to the light mode that’s kinder on your eyes at day time. Search Search for: Search Home News Trending Tour Artists Rock Pop Hip Hop / R&B Rhythm & Blues Punk Oldies Latin Jazz Heavy Metal Classical Alternative Folk Electronic Music Musician Bio Lyrics Live stream concert Music Awards Music Festivals Menu Search Search for: Search in Pop Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 : Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, Price by Newton JNU June 25, 2023, 4:30 am Share Your Love Facebook Twitter LinkedIn More Get ready to rock out with Imagine Dragons in 2024! The Imagine Dragons Tour is back and better than ever, bringing you an electrifying concert experience you won’t want to miss. From the pulsating beats to the powerful vocals, this band knows how to put on a show that will leave you wanting more. And with their chart-topping hits and energetic stage presence, it’s no wonder they’ve become one of the biggest names in the music industry. So, what can you expect from the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024? Well, get ready to sing along to all your favorite songs as they perform their biggest hits, including “Radioactive,” “Believer,” and “Thunder.” The band’s setlist is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, with a perfect blend of their signature anthems and new tracks that will have you dancing from start to finish. And with their captivating stage production and stunning visuals, you’ll be transported to a whole new world of musical excitement. Now, let’s talk logistics. Concert tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 are in high demand, so make sure you secure yours early to avoid disappointment. Keep an eye out for the official ticket release dates and grab your tickets as soon as they become available. Prices may vary depending on the venue and seating section, so be prepared to find the best deal that suits your budget. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just looking to experience an unforgettable concert, the Imagine Dragons Tour 202 Save In this article Toggle Imagine Dragons Tour 2024: Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, PriceImagine Dragons Tour 2024: Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, PriceConcert TicketsAuthorized ResellersFan Club PresalesTour DatesInternational Tour DatesDomestic Tour DatesSetlistPriceKey Takeaways: Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 – Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, PriceFrequently Asked Questions1. Where can I buy concert tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024?2. What are the tour dates for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024?3. What can I expect from the setlist of the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024?4. How much do tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 cost?5. Are there any age restrictions for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024?Imagine Dragons at I-DAYS Milano 2022 – Mercury World Tour – June 11th 2022 – Full ConcertFinal Summary: Get Ready to Rock with Imagine Dragons in 2024! Imagine Dragons Tour 2024: Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, Price Exciting news for Imagine Dragons fans! The highly anticipated Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 is finally here. Get ready to experience their electrifying performances and sing along to your favorite hits. From “Radioactive” to “Believer,” this tour promises to be an unforgettable experience. Check out the tour dates and grab your concert tickets now before they sell out. And don’t forget to stay tuned for the official setlist and ticket prices. Get ready to rock with Imagine Dragons! Starting DateEnding DateStarting VenueEnding VenueWhere To Buy Tickets?N/AN/AN/AN/ATicket network, stub hub, vivid seats Imagine Dragons Tour 2024: Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, Price Welcome to our guide on the highly anticipated Imagine Dragons Tour 2024! As one of the biggest rock bands of our time, Imagine Dragons has captivated audiences worldwide with their electrifying performances and chart-topping hits. In this article, we’ll provide you with all the essential information you need to know about their upcoming tour, including concert tickets, dates, setlist, and price. Get ready to immerse yourself in an unforgettable live experience with Imagine Dragons! Dates Date Range Day of Week Time of Day Clear Apply Performers Clear Apply Cities Clear Apply Venues Clear Apply Load More Concert Tickets Securing your concert tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 is crucial to ensure you don’t miss out on this incredible musical event. Tickets are expected to sell out quickly, so it’s essential to plan ahead and be prepared. You can purchase tickets through various online platforms, including official ticketing websites, authorized resellers, and fan club presales. Keep an eye out for announcements regarding ticket release dates, as they can vary depending on the location and venue. Additionally, subscribing to Imagine Dragons’ official newsletter or following them on social media will keep you updated on exclusive pre-sale opportunities. When purchasing tickets, consider the seating options available. Depending on the venue, you may have the choice between general admission (standing), reserved seating, or a combination of both. General admission tickets allow you to be closer to the stage and experience the energy of the crowd, while reserved seating provides a designated spot for a more relaxed concert experience. Prices for tickets will vary depending on the location, venue, and seating arrangement. It’s important to compare prices from different sources to ensure you’re getting the best deal. Authorized Resellers Authorized resellers are a reliable option for purchasing Imagine Dragons concert tickets. These resellers have partnerships with the band or their management, ensuring the authenticity and validity of the tickets. Always verify the credibility of the reseller before making a purchase to avoid scams or counterfeit tickets. Check for customer reviews, ratings, and any accreditation that showcases their legitimacy. Authorized resellers often offer a range of seating options, including VIP packages, which may include additional perks such as meet and greets or exclusive merchandise. Fan Club Presales Being a member of the Imagine Dragons fan club can grant you access to exclusive presales. Fan club presales typically occur before general ticket sales, allowing dedicated fans to secure their tickets in advance. These presales often require a unique access code, which is provided to fan club members via email or through the fan club website. Joining the fan club can provide you with additional benefits, such as early access to concert announcements, exclusive content, and opportunities to connect with fellow fans. In conclusion, securing your concert tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 is essential to ensure you don’t miss out on this extraordinary musical experience. Whether you choose to purchase through authorized resellers or take advantage of fan club presales, be sure to plan ahead and compare prices to get the best deal. Stay tuned for announcements regarding ticket release dates and be prepared to act quickly, as these tickets are expected to sell out fast. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable night of rock music and join the legions of Imagine Dragons fans as they take the stage once again! Tour Dates The Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 will feature a series of electrifying performances in various cities around the world. The band’s tour dates are carefully planned to accommodate their fans from different regions, ensuring that as many people as possible can witness their incredible live shows. The tour is set to kick off in the spring of 2024 and will continue throughout the year, covering a wide range of venues from intimate theaters to large arenas and stadiums. As of now, the exact tour dates have not been announced, but keep an eye on Imagine Dragons’ official website and social media channels for updates. They typically release tour dates several months in advance to allow fans to plan accordingly. Additionally, subscribing to their newsletter or following them on social media will ensure you receive immediate notifications about tour announcements and ticket sales. Remember to mark your calendars and set reminders to secure your spot at the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024! International Tour Dates Imagine Dragons’ international tour dates bring their electrifying performances to fans across the globe. From Europe to Asia, Australia to South America, the band aims to reach as many countries as possible, spreading their music and energy to diverse audiences. International tour dates are often scheduled in major cities, making it more accessible for fans from different regions to attend. Keep an eye out for announcements regarding specific international tour dates and locations, and be prepared for an unforgettable night of music and entertainment. Domestic Tour Dates For fans in the United States, domestic tour dates provide an opportunity to experience Imagine Dragons’ live performances in cities across the country. From coast to coast, the band brings their electrifying energy to iconic venues, creating an unforgettable concert experience. Domestic tour dates often include stops in major cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and more. Stay tuned for announcements regarding specific domestic tour dates and locations, and get ready to rock out with Imagine Dragons in your own backyard! In conclusion, the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 will feature a series of electrifying performances in various cities around the world. Keep an eye on the band’s official website and social media channels for updates on tour dates. Whether you’re an international fan or located in the United States, there will be opportunities to witness Imagine Dragons’ thrilling live shows. Mark your calendars, set reminders, and prepare yourself for an unforgettable night of music and entertainment. Setlist The Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 setlist is guaranteed to be filled with their biggest hits, fan favorites, and potentially some new surprises. As one of the most successful rock bands of the past decade, Imagine Dragons has an extensive repertoire of songs that have resonated with listeners worldwide. Their setlist is carefully curated to provide a dynamic and engaging live experience, taking fans on a musical journey through their discography. While the exact setlist for the 2024 tour has not been released, fans can expect to hear iconic tracks such as “Radioactive,” “Demons,” “Believer,” and “Thunder.” These songs have become anthems for Imagine Dragons and have solidified their status as global superstars. In addition to their hit singles, the band often includes deeper cuts and surprises that showcase their versatility and musical growth. Imagine Dragons’ live performances are known for their high energy and audience interaction. The band members are renowned for their charismatic stage presence and ability to connect with the crowd, creating a memorable and immersive experience for concertgoers. Prepare yourself to sing along, dance, and be part of an unforgettable atmosphere as Imagine Dragons takes the stage and performs their iconic setlist. In conclusion, the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 setlist is anticipated to feature their biggest hits, fan favorites, and surprises that will captivate audiences. While the exact setlist has not been released, fans can expect to hear iconic tracks that have become anthems for the band. Prepare yourself for an energetic and immersive live experience as Imagine Dragons performs their dynamic setlist, creating a night to remember. Price Ticket prices for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 will vary depending on factors such as the venue, seating arrangement, and location. Prices can range from affordable options for general admission standing tickets to higher-priced VIP packages that offer exclusive experiences and perks. It’s important to consider your budget and preferences when selecting your ticket type. General admission tickets are often more affordable and provide a standing area close to the stage, allowing fans to fully immerse themselves in the concert experience. Reserved seating tickets provide designated seats, offering a more relaxed and comfortable view of the performance. VIP packages, on the other hand, offer premium seating, meet and greet opportunities, exclusive merchandise, and other additional benefits. To ensure you’re getting the best price for your Imagine Dragons concert ticket, it’s recommended to compare prices from various sources. Authorized resellers, official ticketing websites, and fan club presales may offer different pricing options. Keep in mind that ticket prices can fluctuate based on demand, so it’s beneficial to purchase your tickets as early as possible to secure the best deal. In conclusion, ticket prices for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 will vary depending on factors such as the venue, seating arrangement, and location. Consider your budget and preferences when selecting your ticket type, whether it’s general admission, reserved seating, or a VIP package. Compare prices from different sources to ensure you’re getting the best deal, and purchase your tickets early to secure your spot at this highly anticipated concert event. Key Takeaways: Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 – Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, Price Imagine Dragons is embarking on a thrilling tour in 2024. Concert tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 are now available for purchase. The tour dates will be announced soon, so stay tuned for the exciting news. Get ready to rock out to their incredible setlist, featuring all their popular hits. Make sure to check the ticket prices to plan your budget accordingly. Frequently Asked Questions Are you excited about the upcoming Imagine Dragons Tour in 2024? Want to know more about concert tickets, dates, setlist, and prices? Look no further! We’ve got all the answers to your burning questions right here. 1. Where can I buy concert tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024? Getting your hands on Imagine Dragons concert tickets is easy! You can purchase them online through authorized ticketing platforms or directly from the official Imagine Dragons website. Keep an eye out for pre-sale opportunities to secure your tickets before they sell out. Additionally, ticket reselling websites may offer tickets, but make sure to verify their authenticity before making a purchase. Remember to act quickly as tickets for popular shows tend to sell out fast. Don’t miss your chance to experience Imagine Dragons live in concert! 2. What are the tour dates for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024? The tour dates for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 will be announced closer to the event. To stay updated, visit the official Imagine Dragons website, follow their social media accounts, or sign up for their newsletter. Keep an eye out for announcements as the band reveals their exciting lineup of tour dates. Be sure to mark your calendar and plan ahead to catch them in a city near you! Remember, tour dates can sometimes change or additional shows may be added, so stay tuned for any updates from the band or their official channels. 3. What can I expect from the setlist of the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024? The setlist for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 is still under wraps, but fans can anticipate a high-energy performance filled with their favorite hits and possibly some new songs. Imagine Dragons are known for delivering electrifying live shows, and their setlists often include chart-toppers like “Radioactive,” “Believer,” and “Demons.” Prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience as Imagine Dragons take the stage and bring their signature sound to life. Get ready to sing along and dance to their infectious tunes! 4. How much do tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 cost? The ticket prices for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 may vary depending on the venue and seating section. Prices typically range from affordable options to premium packages for fans looking for an enhanced experience. Keep an eye out for different ticket categories such as general admission, VIP, and meet-and-greet packages. For specific pricing details, it’s best to check the official Imagine Dragons website or authorized ticketing platforms once the tickets go on sale. Remember to consider additional fees such as handling charges and taxes when calculating the total cost of your tickets. 5. Are there any age restrictions for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024? Age restrictions for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 may vary depending on the venue and local regulations. It’s advisable to check the age restrictions specified by the venue or event organizer before purchasing tickets, especially if you plan to attend with younger fans. Keep in mind that some shows may have a minimum age requirement or require children to be accompanied by an adult. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the venue’s policies to ensure a smooth and enjoyable concert experience for everyone. Imagine Dragons at I-DAYS Milano 2022 – Mercury World Tour – June 11th 2022 – Full Concert Final Summary: Get Ready to Rock with Imagine Dragons in 2024! Get your concert gear ready because the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 is going to be an absolute blast! With their electrifying performances and chart-topping hits, Imagine Dragons never fail to deliver an unforgettable experience. This highly anticipated tour is set to be their biggest and best yet, and you won’t want to miss it. From the moment the lights dim and the crowd erupts in anticipation, you’ll be swept away by the energy and passion of Imagine Dragons. Their powerful vocals, infectious melodies, and captivating stage presence will have you singing along and dancing like there’s no tomorrow. Whether you’re a longtime fan or just discovering their music, this tour promises to be a celebration of their incredible journey and the impact they’ve made on the music industry. But it’s not just about the music. Imagine Dragons always go above and beyond to create a visually stunning and immersive experience for their fans. From dazzling light shows to jaw-dropping stage designs, every aspect of their concerts is meticulously planned to ensure an unforgettable night of entertainment. So get ready to be blown away by the spectacle that awaits you at the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024. Now, let’s talk logistics. Concert tickets for the Imagine Dragons Tour 2024 are sure to sell like hotcakes, so make sure you mark your calendars and set those alarms for the ticket release date. Keep an eye on their official website and social read More:Lil Nas X Tour 2024 : Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, Price See more Previous article Dove Cameron Tour 2024 : Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, Price Next article Shawn Mendes Tour 2024 : Concert Tickets, Dates, Setlist, Price Written by Newton JNU Hi, I am Minhazul Islam. 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The lineup consists of vocalist Dan Reynolds, bassist Ben McKee, drummer Daniel Platzman, and guitarist Wayne “Wing” Sermon. The band’s first big break came in 2009 at the Bite of Las Vegas Festival when Train frontman Pat Monahan fell ill. As a last-minute replacement, Imagine Dragons’ first major gig before an audience of 26,000. Over the next two years, Imagine Dragons followed up with two EPs, Imagine Dragons and Hell and Silence. It broke out in 2011 with the single “It’s Time”, which led them to sign with Interscope Records. The band moved to California and worked with producer Alex da Kid on two more EPs: Continued Silence and Hear Me. Now ready for the big leagues, Imagine Dragons released its debut album Night Visions in the summer of 2012. Night Visions was a smash hit across the board. The highest-charting rock album since 2006, it sold over 83,000 copies and reached the number one spot on Billboard’s Alternative and Rock Album chart. It topped charts worldwide, reaching the #1 spot in the UK, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada, and produced chart-topping singles “Radioactive” and “Demons”. Imagine Dragons launched its Night Visions Tour, and the resulting series of sold-out shows across the US and Europe earned it recognition as “The Best Breakout Band of 2013” from Billboard. While touring, the band worked on dozens of demos which would lead to the band’s second studio release. Over the course of 2014, Imagine Dragons honed these songs as it worked on other projects like the song “Battle Cry” for Transformers: Age of Extinction and “Warriors” for the esports event League of Legends Championships. By that October, its new single “I Bet My Life” heralded even greater successes in the coming year. InFebruary 2015, Imagine Dragons’ second studio album, Smoke + Mirrors debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts. The record proved that the band had truly arrived and went on to sell well over one million copies. Another tour ensued in June of 2015 which would press on into early 2016. Along the way, the band also released a cover of the Eagles of Death Metal song “I Love You All the Time” in support of victims of the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris. For a lot of 2016, the band took a break, releasing just a few singles for the films Suicide Squad, Me Before You and Passengers. Suicide Squad’s “Sucker for Pain,” featuring Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Logic, Ty Dolla Sign, and X Ambassadors, was a smash hit, topping the charts in what was otherwise a quiet year for the band. In February of 2017, audiences would get its first taste of new music from the band with the song “Believer,” the first new single from the upcoming record, which also appeared in a Super Bowl ad. A few months later in May, the album arrived. Evolve was revealed with a whole new collection of songs, a brand new single (“Whatever It Takes”) and a tour announcement all on the same day. Evolve would go on to be nominated for multiple Grammys and win Best Rock Video at the MTV Music Awards for “Whatever It Takes.” Imagine Dragons didn’t rest on its laurels after 2017. The Evolve Tour continued, more singles dropped including “Natural,” and a collaboration tune with Kygo called “Born to Be Yours” hit Twitter. But why stop there? Origins, the band’s fourth studio album in six years, hit audiences with full force, making it to number two on the Billboard 200 and #1 on Top Rock Albums. Finally, Imagine Dragons took a more restful couple of years. As Reynolds focused on new fatherhood and COVID-19 shut down concert venues, the band’s output slowed down to singles and video releases of old songs. Then, in 2021, Mercury – Act 1 came out. The next year, 2022, a sequel, Mercury, Acts 1 & 2 followed. Produced by the legendary Rick Rubin, the concept album would slap dozens of tracks down with yet another tour ramping up. Catch Imagine Dragons in concert when the tour rolls around to your area. Plus d’info Avis Imagine Dragons The story of Imagine Dragons and their rise in popularity is an inspiring one. They’re a band that put out a 4.5 star album (Night Visions) and toured religiously until it finally caught on. They played small clubs and were on the bottom of lineup posters just three years ago. Now they’re one of the biggest bands around, headlining festivals and performing in arenas every night. I was lucky enough to see Imagine Dragons when they were just getting going. I saw them play The Metro in Chicago (one of my favorite venues) in what ended up being one of the best shows of 2013. I also love Night Visions. It would have been the best album of 2012, if not for Mumford and Sons Babel being released that same month. So when Imagine Dragons announced their summer tour, I was excited to see a Tampa stop included. I was not happy however, to see the show was at the 18,000 capacity Amalie Arena. This was quite the change from their first show in Tampa at the Ritz Theater with a capacity of 1,100. I also wasn’t as excited as expected for the show because the tour is in support of the groups much anticipated second album – Smoke and Mirrors. The record was put out in February of this year, and I was extremely disappointed. In my opinion, the Las Vegas rockers abandoned their alternative roots and made a poppy record that would just get radio play. That record was on full display for their Friday night Tampa show. Imagine Dragons performed 12 songs from Smoke & Mirrors, essentially playing the album in full. Now I know this was the ‘Smoke & Mirrors Tour,’ but how about a nod to the album and the fans that got you to where you are today? Instead, the guys just gave minimal nods to Night Visions. They played the four most popular songs from it (‘It’s Time,’ ‘Radioactive,’ ‘Demons,’ and ‘On Top of the World’). They also played one acoustic verse each from ‘Nothing Left to Say’ and ‘Bleeding Out.’ It was nothing close to the attention that album deserves and fans were hoping for. I would have loved to have heard just one of the following: ‘Hear Me,’ ‘Amsterdam,’ ‘Nothing Left to Say,’ ‘Round and Round,’ or ‘Selene.’ Instead, I was listening to a poppy album in a half empty arena. That’s right, sales were weak for this Friday night show in the music friendly community of Tampa. The floor was only at about half capacity. Maybe the $90 price point for a floor ticket was one reason, but it’s never easy to get into the show when the band is playing at a venue much too large for their popularity. Another negative of the night was the formation and style that the band chose to lay out. Lead singer Dan Reynolds played 80% of the show from an extended part of the stage that ran down the middle of the floor. At times, it seemed like a solo show for him, rather than a full band experience. I couldn’t even tell you any highlights from the other contributing members of Imagine Dragons. Lastly, one of my favorite things from the first three years of touring for ID, was their unique and constant use of rhythmic drums. They used to have drums of all sounds and sizes scattered across the stage. Each member would go to their drum station constantly throughout the set, and the beats and rhythms they came up with were addicting to watch. With the exception of ‘Radioactive,’ that fun portion of the show has completely disappeared from their live set. Overall, this show was a disappointment. There was a great band that put out a superb debut back in 2003 entitled ‘Songs about Jane.’ That band (Maroon 5) went on to release 4 more albums, with each being worse than the album before it. At the same time though, their radio play and recognition in the top 40 community has increased with each release. I think Imagine Dragons might be the next Maroon 5. CONCERT RATING: 2 Stars Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par mike-leone-1 I’ve been listening to the group since so long, and the first song I heard from them was Radioactive, which everyone knows I’m sure of it. The concert run an hour late, but nobody was complaining and they started with I don’t know why, which immediately put everybody in the mood. There was many generations mixed, and all the adults around me didn’t really knew imagine dragons, weren’t really sure if they were going to like it, and were really surprised to see they were just loving the concert. The group was playing and singing at the perfection, all of them was contributing to the making of each songs, and there was such a good atmosphere it was really incredible. Dan Reynolds (the lead singer) talked really often to the crowd during the show and also took a moment to raise awareness about LGBT youth, which was a really touching moment. Their energy, their complicity with each other, everything was perfect, and the last song, radioactive, there so well known hit, just ended the concert with a great energy. I loved it, probably one of the best concert I’ve ever been. Imagine dragons is not like many artists who just come on stage, say hi, sing ( either in playback, or wrong), don’t interact with the crowd, and get out of stage without a thank you. Imagine dragons talked to us so many times it was really pleasant, I’ve never seen a group or an artist take the time to say something relevant, they even went into the crowd during the show, to the back of the concert hall so people in the back could see them at least for 3 songs. It was perfect, and I sure will go to their next concert, because seeing Imagine dragons in live, is just magic and unforgettable. Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par delphinemarcais Listening to Las Vegas native band Imagine Dragons through headphones is one great experience, but seeing them perform their upbeat guitar and drum tunes in person, paired with the resonating vocals of Dan Reynolds, truly makes for a life-changing event. The band has now performed all over the world due to their understandable success, and I saw them play at Lollapalooza in Brazil where they dressed in all black and gave the screaming crowd something they wouldn’t ever forget. The mellifluous band has a sort of chill, indie, rock and roll style, but they are far from an independent band – they embarked on a world tour after major success with their single “Radioactive” and have received lots of radio play for their cool guitar strums and cheerful yet relaxing music style. Seeing the band live really makes you want to get off your feet, and the lively lyrics will truly dare you to try and stand still in one place, as the music urges you to let go and give in to the feeling of the music flowing through your whole body as your hear it the amazing instrumentals and sounds. At Lollapalooza, the band didn’t require any props besides a simple few lights and their name in the background on a screen. All they need are their instruments, and Dan’s soulful voice. Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié Par Anonymous This was the first concert that we took our two children to (ages 10 and 12) and they had a great time! The venue (Shoreline Amphitheater) was fantastic and we enjoyed our view from the lawn. The opening bands were engaging and certainly warmed up the crowd! When Imagine Dragons appeared, our kids were really excited and ready for a “full concert experience”! Imagine Dragons did not disappoint! They played all the popular songs as well as some older ones. They even changed stages halfway through the concert which was a great bonus! The band definitely knew how to keep the crowd engaged from asking us to sing along to “Yesterday” and even releasing large balloons for the crowd to bat around throughout the second half of the concert. Their final few songs, which included Radioactive, were absolutely brilliant! They had so much energy at the end it was infectious! Their extended drumming section in Radioactive was awesome! They ended with two songs instead of a typical walk off and then come back for an encore. Their final song, Believer, was a rocking anthem that had us all walking away singing at the end of the concert. Overall, it was a great first concert for my kids and a great reminder of why live music matters so much! Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par jessievaz I haven’t been on the Imagine Dragons bandwagon as long as some have. I picked them up after Night Visions came out and they quickly became an act I needed to see. Their catchy blend of pop and rock elements was always going to be a winner live. And it was. I saw them play to a sold-out Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne. Their support act were British India, a local band who had achieved reasonable levels of success on the national stage. They were solid and a good lead-in to the main act. They opened with Shots and built an amazing set list from there. They played all of their hits, debuted a couple of new songs they haven’t done before and threw in a couple of covers (Forever Young and Beds Are Burning) to fill out their performance. Dan Reynolds is an amazing vocalist and his backing instrumentalists (Sermon, McKee and Platzman) complemented his eccentric and energetic performance style. The only letdown of the night was the atmosphere. I’m unsure if it was the venue’s acoustics or the audience but it wasn’t as loud or electric as the gigs I’ve been to before. Overall I’d give the show a 9/10 and that will only improve with another album or two of quality content. I’d definitely go see them again. Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par andrew-norman-2 The concert was really great. Every members of the band had SO much energy that they shared with the public. Dan Reynolds made a speech on the LGBT youth at some point during the concert and that was great, he spoke with his heart and the public gave this love back. The light were blowing our minds and they were at their best during the whole concert. At some point, there only were instumentals and the singer (Dan Reynolds) lied down on the ground and started doing yoga, which was pretty funny. In the middle of the concert, they went on the second stage (smaller and in the middle of the room) so everyone could see them. They ended the concert with the first song we have (my sisters and I) discovered them with six years ago. I truly encourage people to go to their concert because they are one of the most fantastic band of the 21th century. PS: if I can share an advise, if you really want to bring a goodie home, buy it BEFORE the concert. At the end, there are a lot of people and, I guess, less choice (we bought it before the concert so we had all the pleasure and time to choose what we wanted) Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par camillefrappier On October 1st I went to Imagine Dragons concert for the first time. It was a breathtaking performance. Dan’s beautiful and emotional speech is still in my mind, especially the part about things that don’t mean nothing and are given meaning like class, color, race. Dan’s voice is really powerful and very unique that makes you feel goosebumps. His personality is one of the best. He is an honest and a nice person which he expresses through his music, the way he talks and acts, the way he stays positive and inspires us to rise up, believe that the lost things will come back to us, be thankful to yesterdays, sometimes start over and do whatever it takes to make it up to our loved ones and become stronger, no matter how much pain we go through. Imagine Dragons does a great job in creating meaningful, inspirational and emotional music which is very rare in our day and age. My friends and I laughed, cried, danced, sang and screamed so much that we couldn’t talk after it. The feelings are unforgettable. It was an experience worth repeating a thousand times. Thank you Imagine Dragons. Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par elen.hv really good live production, dan’s voice is very beautiful live and wing’s guitar solos were also impressive. the drummer did a very nice piece but unfortunately we didn’t hear from the bassist. we sat in block 102 of the o2 arena which was on the left of the stage. we had a good view but there were a lot of couples around us who were not very enthusiastic about the concert which made the concert slightly sedate to enjoy. if you want to really get into the music I recommend standing but if you want to go with a friend or something to just listen and watch nicely then sit. also I wasn’t really massively impressed with the track list. they didn’t sing smoke and mirrors or bleeding out, which we were disappointed by. the encore song was “the fall” which wasn’t the energetic fun song the audience was expecting. radioactive and demons were both excellent but I think they wanted to promote songs from the new album. still would recommend as you can watch nicely or really get into the music. Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par yasmeenhanif Well-imagined dragons: an excellent performance from an extremely enthusiastic and (at times almost too) humble band, clearly enjoying every minute of their time on stage. The support act, Sunset Sons, kicked things off excellently with some high-energy, high-tempo tracks to a very receptive crowd, setting the tone for the main event. forty minutes or so later, the Dragons burst on to the stage to a huge ovation, got straight into it and kept the pace up the whole way through, only really stopping from time to time to thank the fans, be a bit grateful and have a bit of a joke from time to time. I’m not sure if I had lower expectations than was fair of this band, who I’ve only seen once previously at Glastonbury ’14 (which mainly involved them all being covered in mud), but for me they massively over-delivered on staging, performance and energy to provide a fantastic night, culminating in the inevitable, uh, golden shower of glittery leaves from above. Excellent stuff. Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié par mrpjones Sound was pretty horrible, waaaay too loud, even with earplugs, which I almost never need to wear. Many awkward choices of covers with awkward musical production choices. Feels like as they only have about 4 hits, they just spent the entire first hour of the concert stalling for time, giving every band member a chance for a below-average, horribly sounding solo. The guitarist’s overuse of harmonizer (+/-1 octave) only made his solo even more childish and simply sounded awful. Felt like he was trying to imitate Rage Against the Machine’s creative guitar playing, although stealing techniques doesn’t make it your own. I believe that this is what happens when a young band gain a lot of popularity in relatively short time, experience is noticeably lacking here. Visuals and lighting were good and with high quality though. Plus d’info Signaler un contenu inapproprié Par Anonymous Vidéos (3) Voir toutes les vidéos (3) Photos (25) Voir toutes les photos (25) Affiches (175) Voir toutes les affiches (175) Concerts passés nov 11 Tampa, FL, US MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre nov 3 Las Vegas, NV, US S.E.M.A Fest sept 9 En plein air Berlin, Germany Lollapalooza Berlin Voir tous les concerts passés Concerts et billets pour Imagine Dragons près de chez toi en 2023-2024 Veux-tu voir Imagine Dragons en concert ? Trouve les infos sur les billets de tous les prochains concerts de Imagine Dragons en 2023-2024. Imagine Dragons n’a pas annoncé un concert près de chez toi mais va jouer 3 concerts dans 3 pays en 2023-2024. Voir tous les concerts. Ses 3 prochain concerts : Vancouver, BC, Canada Monterrey, Mexico Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Date de son prochain concert : 3 mois Dernier concert à proximité : il y a 1 an (Columbia) Classement de popularité : Top 100 Lady Gaga (17) Imagine Dragons (18) Nicki Minaj (19) Voir tous Concerts joués en 2023 : 33 concerts Historique de tournée 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 Villes les plus visitées : Los Angeles (LA) (53) Las Vegas (44) Salt Lake City (23) SF Bay Area (19) San Diego (15) Apparaît sur scène le plus avec : Nico Vega (57) K.Flay (48) Metric (41) Grouplove (40) AWOLNATION (36) Distance parcourue : 1,093,276 km Artistes similaires Maroon 5 18 concerts Suivre artiste Ed Sheeran 37 concerts Suivre artiste Coldplay 53 concerts Suivre artiste K.Flay 22 concerts Suivre artiste Ellie Goulding 1 concert Suivre artiste Bruno Mars 15 concerts Suivre artiste Calvin Harris 9 concerts Suivre artiste Taylor Swift 83 concerts Suivre artiste Fall Out Boy 25 concerts Suivre artiste David Guetta 5 concerts Suivre artiste Accueil À notre sujet Télécharger l’application Blog Emplois Assistance Les artistes plus populaires Festivals News Tourbox pour les artistes Informations API Directives de marque Directives de communauté Conditions d’utilisation Politique de confidentialité Paramétrer mes cookies Politique de publicité et de cookies Sécurité Langue English Français Español Deutsch Português Informer tout le monde de vos concerts. 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Ils sont vite devenus un groupe international et mondialement connu. Ils sont écoutés notamment pour leurs titres comme Radioactive et Believer. En 2024, ils ont le plaisir de pouvoir se produire en France. Plusieurs dates sont annoncées dont une à l’Accor Arena à Paris.Retrouvez les dates 2024 d’Imagine Dragons et réservez vos billets en ligne. Et pour ne rien rater des prochaines dates, activez les notifications, pour recevoir un mail. 5 / 5 2 avis Donnez votre avis sur Imagine Dragons Actualité de Imagine Dragons Qui sont les artistes les plus écoutés en France en 2023 ? Où se classe Imagine Dragons dans la liste des artistes les plus écoutés en France au 1er trimestre 2023 ? Découvrez-le ici ! Ne manquez pas le prochain évènement de Imagine Dragons Recevez par mail toute l’actualité de Imagine Dragons : nouvelles dates, photos etc sur la fiche de l’artiste : Je souhaite également m’inscrire sur l’espace membre d’Agenda Culturel Recevez les newsletters Agenda Culturel et gérez votre abonnement depuis l’espace membre. Photos de Imagine Dragons Plus d’informations sur Imagine Dragons Imagine Dragons est un groupe de pop rock américain formé à Las Vegas en 2008. Le groupe est composé de Dan Reynolds, Wayne Sermon, Ben McKee et Daniel Platzman. Leurs deux premiers EP intitulés “Imagine Dragons” et “Hell and Silence” sont sortis en 2010. En 2011, Imagine Dragons retourne en studio pour produire un troisième EP : “It’s Time”. C’est en 2012 que le groupe sort son premier album baptisé “Night Visions” et entame une tournée mondiale, le Evolve World Tour. En avril 2014, Imagine Dragons annonce la préparation d’un second album et rencontre ses fans français au Main Square Festival en juillet. Grâce à la chanson Radioactive, ils gagnent un Grammy Awards, en 2014, dans la catégorie de la meilleure interprétation rock. C’est aussi durant deux années consécutives (2017 et 2018) que le groupe gagne les NRJ Music Awards, pour le groupe international de l’année. Cette nomination est réitérée en 2022, remportant ainsi une nouvelle fois, le prix dans la même catégorie. Nous pouvons aussi les retrouver, en 2018, dans la bande-originale d’un Disney Pixar, Ralph 2.0, où ils interprètent le titre Zero. Imagine Dragons ont aussi fait le single promotionnel du film Avant toi ou bien encore la musique de Sucide Squad. Ce groupe aux multiples facettes fascine les nombreux fans qui viennent les acclamer des quatre coins du globe. En 2022, c’est en tête d’affiche de la Lollapalooza Paris qu’Imagine Dragon se sont produit. Leur tournée de 2023 est prévue en France, pour présenter leur cinquième album Mercury. Notamment, c’est dans le célèbre château de Chambord que vous pourrez venir les applaudir. 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With an opening act in the shape of Mother Mother, the evening was rich in emotion. August 23, 2023 will remain etched in the memories ofImagine Dragons fans. La Défense Arena vibrated to the sound of their greatest hits, preceded by the touching performance of Mother Mother. An evening where music resonated with passion and energy. Mother Mother got the ball rolling, with a line-up consisting of a singer, a backing vocalist, a drummer, a lead guitarist and band leader, and a low-key bassist. Despite their modest stage presence, their authenticity won over the audience. Their humility was palpable as they shared their journey, from their beginnings with a single guitar to opening for Imagine Dragons. The anecdote about the guitar with the hole in it touched hearts, setting the stage for the evening’s stars. At 9.30pm, Imagine Dragons took to the stage with “My Life”, in a deluge of confetti. The energy was at its peak with songs like “Believer”, “It’s Time” and “I’m so sorry”. Dan Reynolds, the charismatic lead singer, offered an intimate moment, singing “Thunder” a capella for a young fan, before returning to the stage with the band. The evening was punctuated by highlights, including a vibrant tribute to Paris, their”favorite city in the world”. The group expressed their gratitude to the French public for their warm welcome. Hit after hit: “Follow you”, “Natural”, “Next to me”, before an acoustic interlude with “Symphony”, “Waves” and “I bet my life”. To be readTips for the week of January 1 to 7, 2024 in Paris: free or inexpensive outings The concert resumed with “Whatever it takes”, followed by “Sharks” with a release of giant balloons in the hall, then “Enemy” and “Bad Liar”. Dan Reynolds then delivered a poignant message on the importance of talking about one’s emotions and seeking help for depression. A powerful moment which preceded the tracks “Demons” and “Bones”. If anyone of you feel depressed, anyone of you feel grey, please talk to someone! To a friend, to a therapist if you can afford it. It is not make you weak ! It is not make you broken ! Please reach out please stay alive! Stay with us, we need you! After a brief encore, the band concluded with “Radioactive”, “Walking the Wire” and a cover of “My Life”. Dan Reynolds took advantage of this last track to sign autographs, before leaving the stage with his bandmates. In conclusion, Imagine Dragons put on a generous show lasting over two hours, leaving the audience in awe. The only downside of the evening was the absence of the track “Zero”. 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For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! Refine your search La Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris: here’s the musical program to look forward to on France 2 France 2 invites you to ring in the New Year with the “Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris”. Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! La Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris: here’s the musical program to look forward to on France 2 France 2 invites you to ring in the New Year with the “Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris”. Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! La Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris: here’s the musical program to look forward to on France 2 France 2 invites you to ring in the New Year with the “Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris”. Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! La Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris: here’s the musical program to look forward to on France 2 France 2 invites you to ring in the New Year with the “Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris”. Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! Refine your search La Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris: here’s the musical program to look forward to on France 2 France 2 invites you to ring in the New Year with the “Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris”. Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! La Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris: here’s the musical program to look forward to on France 2 France 2 invites you to ring in the New Year with the “Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris”. Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. 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Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. 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Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! La Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris: here’s the musical program to look forward to on France 2 France 2 invites you to ring in the New Year with the “Grande Soirée du 31 de Paris”. Hosted by Stéphane Bern, the program will welcome a host of French-speaking artists to be discovered for the occasion in several of the capital’s most emblematic venues. Discover the musical program that awaits you on Sunday December 31, 2023 on France 2! Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Opera a Palazzo: six operatic performances at La Monnaie de Paris in December Opera arias will take over La Monnaie de Paris, from December 15 to 31, 2023, to the delight of music lovers. A chance to rediscover opera, up close to the artists, thanks to six exceptional performances. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. D.I.V.A Opus 2, the show returns to La Nouvelle Eve After a successful run at the Avignon Festival, Les quatre D.I.V.A present their Opus 2: Rendezvous at La Nouvelle Eve, Paris from November 16 to December 31, 2023 to experience five operatic classics. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. At the Seine Musicale, the SeineLab offers unusual sound experiences! For music lovers, the Hauts-de-Seine department is launching the SeineLab at La Seine Musicale. The program includes educational workshops and sound immersions in an innovative laboratory dedicated to sound and digital technology, in partnership with Ircam-Centre Pompidou and Le Cube. The Rolling Stones: a travelling pop-up store at Fnac for the release of “Hackney Diamonds”. The Rolling Stones are in the spotlight at Fnac! To coincide with the release of the album “Hackney Diamonds”, the famous retailer has announced the opening of a travelling pop-up store dedicated to the legendary British rock band. In Paris, visit Fnac Forum des Halles and Fnac des Ternes to discover a range of products featuring the band, some of them exclusive! Refine your search Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. Umberto Tozzi in concert at L’Olympia de Paris in January 2024 Umberto Tozzi is set to invade the Olympia on January 7, 2024. The Italian singer invests Paris for a unique date. Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. Umberto Tozzi in concert at L’Olympia de Paris in January 2024 Umberto Tozzi is set to invade the Olympia on January 7, 2024. The Italian singer invests Paris for a unique date. Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. Umberto Tozzi in concert at L’Olympia de Paris in January 2024 Umberto Tozzi is set to invade the Olympia on January 7, 2024. The Italian singer invests Paris for a unique date. Accor Arena in Paris: the temple of entertainment in the east of the capital Paris’ Accor Arena, formerly the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, was inaugurated in 1984. For almost 40 years now, this famous entertainment venue in the capital’s 12th arrondissement has been delighting the eyes and ears of Parisians with legendary concerts, comedy shows and landmark sporting events. Salle Pleyel: a must-see venue in Paris Located in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the Salle Pleyel is a must-see venue originally dedicated to symphonic concerts, but now devoted to contemporary music. Opened in 1927, it has played host to some of the greatest names in music, and its Art Deco style is as seductive as ever! Zénith de Paris: a must-see venue at La Villette The Zenith de Paris, located in the La Villette district of Paris, is one of the capital’s most emblematic concert halls, thanks to its history and its many shows by national and international artists. Le Trianon: the former music hall turned famous venue at the foot of Montmartre Hill A famous venue in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, the Trianon has played host to major national and international artists since its inauguration in 1894. Here’s a look back at the history of this entertainment mecca, nestled at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. Le Son de la Terre : a barge dedicated to Jazz and World Music on the Seine in Paris This spring, a new musical and gourmet barge is mooring in Paris. Le Son de la Terre, as it is called, awaits music lovers, jazz and world music enthusiasts, in the 5th arrondissement to offer them a unique experience combining concerts, bistronomic table and cocktail bar. L’Olympia: the history of a legendary Paris venue Opened in 1893, the Olympia celebrates its 130th anniversary in 2023. We take a look back at the history of this legendary Parisian concert hall, which has seen the likes of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara and Johnny Hallyday, as well as Billie Holiday, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The Accor Arena opens a coworking space in its premises The start of the 2021 season is busy for the Accor Arena. Among all the expected novelties, the venue has decided to install a coworking space. During the day, dressing rooms and lounges will be transformed into shared offices. Umberto Tozzi in concert at L’Olympia de Paris in January 2024 Umberto Tozzi is set to invade the Olympia on January 7, 2024. The Italian singer invests Paris for a unique date. 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The lineup consists of vocalist Dan Reynolds, bassist Ben McKee, drummer Daniel Platzman, and guitarist Wayne “Wing” Sermon. The band’s first big break came in 2009 at the Bite of Las Vegas Festival when Train frontman Pat Monahan fell ill. As a last-minute replacement, Imagine Dragons’ first major gig before an audience of 26,000. Over the next two years, Imagine Dragons followed up with two EPs, Imagine Dragons and Hell and Silence. It broke out in 2011 with the single “It’s Time”, which led them to sign with Interscope Records. The band moved to California and worked with producer Alex da Kid on two more EPs: Continued Silence and Hear Me. Now ready for the big leagues, Imagine Dragons released its debut album Night Visions in the summer of 2012. Night Visions was a smash hit across the board. The highest-charting rock album since 2006, it sold over 83,000 copies and reached the number one spot on Billboard’s Alternative and Rock Album chart. It topped charts worldwide, reaching the #1 spot in the UK, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada, and produced chart-topping singles “Radioactive” and “Demons”. Imagine Dragons launched its Night Visions Tour, and the resulting series of sold-out shows across the US and Europe earned it recognition as “The Best Breakout Band of 2013” from Billboard. While touring, the band worked on dozens of demos which would lead to the band’s second studio release. Over the course of 2014, Imagine Dragons honed these songs as it worked on other projects like the song “Battle Cry” for Transformers: Age of Extinction and “Warriors” for the esports event League of Legends Championships. By that October, its new single “I Bet My Life” heralded even greater successes in the coming year. InFebruary 2015, Imagine Dragons’ second studio album, Smoke + Mirrors debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts. The record proved that the band had truly arrived and went on to sell well over one million copies. Another tour ensued in June of 2015 which would press on into early 2016. Along the way, the band also released a cover of the Eagles of Death Metal song “I Love You All the Time” in support of victims of the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris. For a lot of 2016, the band took a break, releasing just a few singles for the films Suicide Squad, Me Before You and Passengers. Suicide Squad’s “Sucker for Pain,” featuring Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Logic, Ty Dolla Sign, and X Ambassadors, was a smash hit, topping the charts in what was otherwise a quiet year for the band. In February of 2017, audiences would get its first taste of new music from the band with the song “Believer,” the first new single from the upcoming record, which also appeared in a Super Bowl ad. A few months later in May, the album arrived. Evolve was revealed with a whole new collection of songs, a brand new single (“Whatever It Takes”) and a tour announcement all on the same day. Evolve would go on to be nominated for multiple Grammys and win Best Rock Video at the MTV Music Awards for “Whatever It Takes.” Imagine Dragons didn’t rest on its laurels after 2017. The Evolve Tour continued, more singles dropped including “Natural,” and a collaboration tune with Kygo called “Born to Be Yours” hit Twitter. But why stop there? Origins, the band’s fourth studio album in six years, hit audiences with full force, making it to number two on the Billboard 200 and #1 on Top Rock Albums. Finally, Imagine Dragons took a more restful couple of years. As Reynolds focused on new fatherhood and COVID-19 shut down concert venues, the band’s output slowed down to singles and video releases of old songs. Then, in 2021, Mercury – Act 1 came out. The next year, 2022, a sequel, Mercury, Acts 1 & 2 followed. Produced by the legendary Rick Rubin, the concept album would slap dozens of tracks down with yet another tour ramping up. Catch Imagine Dragons in concert when the tour rolls around to your area. Read more Live reviews Imagine Dragons The story of Imagine Dragons and their rise in popularity is an inspiring one. They’re a band that put out a 4.5 star album (Night Visions) and toured religiously until it finally caught on. They played small clubs and were on the bottom of lineup posters just three years ago. Now they’re one of the biggest bands around, headlining festivals and performing in arenas every night. I was lucky enough to see Imagine Dragons when they were just getting going. I saw them play The Metro in Chicago (one of my favorite venues) in what ended up being one of the best shows of 2013. I also love Night Visions. It would have been the best album of 2012, if not for Mumford and Sons Babel being released that same month. So when Imagine Dragons announced their summer tour, I was excited to see a Tampa stop included. I was not happy however, to see the show was at the 18,000 capacity Amalie Arena. This was quite the change from their first show in Tampa at the Ritz Theater with a capacity of 1,100. I also wasn’t as excited as expected for the show because the tour is in support of the groups much anticipated second album – Smoke and Mirrors. The record was put out in February of this year, and I was extremely disappointed. In my opinion, the Las Vegas rockers abandoned their alternative roots and made a poppy record that would just get radio play. That record was on full display for their Friday night Tampa show. Imagine Dragons performed 12 songs from Smoke & Mirrors, essentially playing the album in full. Now I know this was the ‘Smoke & Mirrors Tour,’ but how about a nod to the album and the fans that got you to where you are today? Instead, the guys just gave minimal nods to Night Visions. They played the four most popular songs from it (‘It’s Time,’ ‘Radioactive,’ ‘Demons,’ and ‘On Top of the World’). They also played one acoustic verse each from ‘Nothing Left to Say’ and ‘Bleeding Out.’ It was nothing close to the attention that album deserves and fans were hoping for. I would have loved to have heard just one of the following: ‘Hear Me,’ ‘Amsterdam,’ ‘Nothing Left to Say,’ ‘Round and Round,’ or ‘Selene.’ Instead, I was listening to a poppy album in a half empty arena. That’s right, sales were weak for this Friday night show in the music friendly community of Tampa. The floor was only at about half capacity. Maybe the $90 price point for a floor ticket was one reason, but it’s never easy to get into the show when the band is playing at a venue much too large for their popularity. Another negative of the night was the formation and style that the band chose to lay out. Lead singer Dan Reynolds played 80% of the show from an extended part of the stage that ran down the middle of the floor. At times, it seemed like a solo show for him, rather than a full band experience. I couldn’t even tell you any highlights from the other contributing members of Imagine Dragons. Lastly, one of my favorite things from the first three years of touring for ID, was their unique and constant use of rhythmic drums. They used to have drums of all sounds and sizes scattered across the stage. Each member would go to their drum station constantly throughout the set, and the beats and rhythms they came up with were addicting to watch. With the exception of ‘Radioactive,’ that fun portion of the show has completely disappeared from their live set. Overall, this show was a disappointment. There was a great band that put out a superb debut back in 2003 entitled ‘Songs about Jane.’ That band (Maroon 5) went on to release 4 more albums, with each being worse than the album before it. At the same time though, their radio play and recognition in the top 40 community has increased with each release. I think Imagine Dragons might be the next Maroon 5. CONCERT RATING: 2 Stars Read more Report as inappropriate by mike-leone-1 I’ve been listening to the group since so long, and the first song I heard from them was Radioactive, which everyone knows I’m sure of it. The concert run an hour late, but nobody was complaining and they started with I don’t know why, which immediately put everybody in the mood. There was many generations mixed, and all the adults around me didn’t really knew imagine dragons, weren’t really sure if they were going to like it, and were really surprised to see they were just loving the concert. The group was playing and singing at the perfection, all of them was contributing to the making of each songs, and there was such a good atmosphere it was really incredible. Dan Reynolds (the lead singer) talked really often to the crowd during the show and also took a moment to raise awareness about LGBT youth, which was a really touching moment. Their energy, their complicity with each other, everything was perfect, and the last song, radioactive, there so well known hit, just ended the concert with a great energy. I loved it, probably one of the best concert I’ve ever been. Imagine dragons is not like many artists who just come on stage, say hi, sing ( either in playback, or wrong), don’t interact with the crowd, and get out of stage without a thank you. Imagine dragons talked to us so many times it was really pleasant, I’ve never seen a group or an artist take the time to say something relevant, they even went into the crowd during the show, to the back of the concert hall so people in the back could see them at least for 3 songs. It was perfect, and I sure will go to their next concert, because seeing Imagine dragons in live, is just magic and unforgettable. Read more Report as inappropriate by delphinemarcais Listening to Las Vegas native band Imagine Dragons through headphones is one great experience, but seeing them perform their upbeat guitar and drum tunes in person, paired with the resonating vocals of Dan Reynolds, truly makes for a life-changing event. The band has now performed all over the world due to their understandable success, and I saw them play at Lollapalooza in Brazil where they dressed in all black and gave the screaming crowd something they wouldn’t ever forget. The mellifluous band has a sort of chill, indie, rock and roll style, but they are far from an independent band – they embarked on a world tour after major success with their single “Radioactive” and have received lots of radio play for their cool guitar strums and cheerful yet relaxing music style. Seeing the band live really makes you want to get off your feet, and the lively lyrics will truly dare you to try and stand still in one place, as the music urges you to let go and give in to the feeling of the music flowing through your whole body as your hear it the amazing instrumentals and sounds. At Lollapalooza, the band didn’t require any props besides a simple few lights and their name in the background on a screen. All they need are their instruments, and Dan’s soulful voice. Read more Report as inappropriate By Anonymous This was the first concert that we took our two children to (ages 10 and 12) and they had a great time! The venue (Shoreline Amphitheater) was fantastic and we enjoyed our view from the lawn. The opening bands were engaging and certainly warmed up the crowd! When Imagine Dragons appeared, our kids were really excited and ready for a “full concert experience”! Imagine Dragons did not disappoint! They played all the popular songs as well as some older ones. They even changed stages halfway through the concert which was a great bonus! The band definitely knew how to keep the crowd engaged from asking us to sing along to “Yesterday” and even releasing large balloons for the crowd to bat around throughout the second half of the concert. Their final few songs, which included Radioactive, were absolutely brilliant! They had so much energy at the end it was infectious! Their extended drumming section in Radioactive was awesome! They ended with two songs instead of a typical walk off and then come back for an encore. Their final song, Believer, was a rocking anthem that had us all walking away singing at the end of the concert. Overall, it was a great first concert for my kids and a great reminder of why live music matters so much! Read more Report as inappropriate by jessievaz I haven’t been on the Imagine Dragons bandwagon as long as some have. I picked them up after Night Visions came out and they quickly became an act I needed to see. Their catchy blend of pop and rock elements was always going to be a winner live. And it was. I saw them play to a sold-out Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne. Their support act were British India, a local band who had achieved reasonable levels of success on the national stage. They were solid and a good lead-in to the main act. They opened with Shots and built an amazing set list from there. They played all of their hits, debuted a couple of new songs they haven’t done before and threw in a couple of covers (Forever Young and Beds Are Burning) to fill out their performance. Dan Reynolds is an amazing vocalist and his backing instrumentalists (Sermon, McKee and Platzman) complemented his eccentric and energetic performance style. The only letdown of the night was the atmosphere. I’m unsure if it was the venue’s acoustics or the audience but it wasn’t as loud or electric as the gigs I’ve been to before. Overall I’d give the show a 9/10 and that will only improve with another album or two of quality content. I’d definitely go see them again. Read more Report as inappropriate by andrew-norman-2 The concert was really great. Every members of the band had SO much energy that they shared with the public. Dan Reynolds made a speech on the LGBT youth at some point during the concert and that was great, he spoke with his heart and the public gave this love back. The light were blowing our minds and they were at their best during the whole concert. At some point, there only were instumentals and the singer (Dan Reynolds) lied down on the ground and started doing yoga, which was pretty funny. In the middle of the concert, they went on the second stage (smaller and in the middle of the room) so everyone could see them. They ended the concert with the first song we have (my sisters and I) discovered them with six years ago. I truly encourage people to go to their concert because they are one of the most fantastic band of the 21th century. PS: if I can share an advise, if you really want to bring a goodie home, buy it BEFORE the concert. At the end, there are a lot of people and, I guess, less choice (we bought it before the concert so we had all the pleasure and time to choose what we wanted) Read more Report as inappropriate by camillefrappier On October 1st I went to Imagine Dragons concert for the first time. It was a breathtaking performance. Dan’s beautiful and emotional speech is still in my mind, especially the part about things that don’t mean nothing and are given meaning like class, color, race. Dan’s voice is really powerful and very unique that makes you feel goosebumps. His personality is one of the best. He is an honest and a nice person which he expresses through his music, the way he talks and acts, the way he stays positive and inspires us to rise up, believe that the lost things will come back to us, be thankful to yesterdays, sometimes start over and do whatever it takes to make it up to our loved ones and become stronger, no matter how much pain we go through. Imagine Dragons does a great job in creating meaningful, inspirational and emotional music which is very rare in our day and age. My friends and I laughed, cried, danced, sang and screamed so much that we couldn’t talk after it. The feelings are unforgettable. It was an experience worth repeating a thousand times. Thank you Imagine Dragons. Read more Report as inappropriate by elen.hv really good live production, dan’s voice is very beautiful live and wing’s guitar solos were also impressive. the drummer did a very nice piece but unfortunately we didn’t hear from the bassist. we sat in block 102 of the o2 arena which was on the left of the stage. we had a good view but there were a lot of couples around us who were not very enthusiastic about the concert which made the concert slightly sedate to enjoy. if you want to really get into the music I recommend standing but if you want to go with a friend or something to just listen and watch nicely then sit. also I wasn’t really massively impressed with the track list. they didn’t sing smoke and mirrors or bleeding out, which we were disappointed by. the encore song was “the fall” which wasn’t the energetic fun song the audience was expecting. radioactive and demons were both excellent but I think they wanted to promote songs from the new album. still would recommend as you can watch nicely or really get into the music. Read more Report as inappropriate by yasmeenhanif Well-imagined dragons: an excellent performance from an extremely enthusiastic and (at times almost too) humble band, clearly enjoying every minute of their time on stage. The support act, Sunset Sons, kicked things off excellently with some high-energy, high-tempo tracks to a very receptive crowd, setting the tone for the main event. forty minutes or so later, the Dragons burst on to the stage to a huge ovation, got straight into it and kept the pace up the whole way through, only really stopping from time to time to thank the fans, be a bit grateful and have a bit of a joke from time to time. I’m not sure if I had lower expectations than was fair of this band, who I’ve only seen once previously at Glastonbury ’14 (which mainly involved them all being covered in mud), but for me they massively over-delivered on staging, performance and energy to provide a fantastic night, culminating in the inevitable, uh, golden shower of glittery leaves from above. Excellent stuff. Read more Report as inappropriate by mrpjones Sound was pretty horrible, waaaay too loud, even with earplugs, which I almost never need to wear. Many awkward choices of covers with awkward musical production choices. Feels like as they only have about 4 hits, they just spent the entire first hour of the concert stalling for time, giving every band member a chance for a below-average, horribly sounding solo. The guitarist’s overuse of harmonizer (+/-1 octave) only made his solo even more childish and simply sounded awful. Felt like he was trying to imitate Rage Against the Machine’s creative guitar playing, although stealing techniques doesn’t make it your own. I believe that this is what happens when a young band gain a lot of popularity in relatively short time, experience is noticeably lacking here. Visuals and lighting were good and with high quality though. Read more Report as inappropriate By Anonymous Videos (3) See all videos (3) Photos (25) See all photos (25) Posters (175) See all posters (175) Past concerts Nov 11 Tampa, FL, US MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre Nov 3 Las Vegas, NV, US S.E.M.A Fest Sep 9 Outdoor Berlin, Germany Lollapalooza Berlin View all past concerts Imagine Dragons tour dates and tickets 2023-2024 near you Want to see Imagine Dragons in concert? Find information on all of Imagine Dragons’s upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2023-2024. 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BOUTIQUE/ABO VOS MAGAZINES Festivals-Live Imagine Dragons : trois dates en France Publié 28/11/2022 Par La Rédaction ©Joao Silva Share Tweet Le groupe de pop rock américain Imagine Dragons passera par la Paris La Défense Arena et le Chateau de Chambord en 2023. Imagine Dragons ont annoncé leur retour en France avec deux dates prévues en 2023. Au cours du Mercury World Tour, Dan Reynolds et sa bande passeront par la Paris la Défense Arena le 22 août et le Château de Chambord le 8 septembre 2023. Une prévente aura lieu ce mercredi 30 novembre à 10 sur le site de l’organisateur. La mise en vente générale se fera le lendemain à la même heure. MISE A JOUR : Imagine Dragons ajoutent une nouvelle date à la Paris la Défense Arena, le 23 août. Ces dates permettront au groupe de pop rock américain de revenir après leur triomphe en tête d’affiche du Lollapalooza Paris 2022. Rolling Stone était présent lors de leur passage au festival portugais NOS Alive. Imagine Dragons y a tenu la tête d’affiche lors de la dernière journée de l’événement. Comme son nom l’indique, cette tournée permettra au groupe de défendre Mercury – Acts 1 & 2. Il s’agit d’un diptyque d’albums sorti en deux temps, le 3 septembre 2021 et le 1er juillet 2022. On retrouve notamment les singles « Wrecked » et « Follow You » sur le premier. « Bones » est présent sur le second. A propos de ce dernier single, Dan Reynolds a déclaré : « ‘Bones’ est le reflet de mon obsession constante pour la fragilité de la vie. Je suis toujours à la recherche d’une preuve qui me convaincra qu’il y a quelque chose après, que la vie est vraiment éternelle dans un sens. Ne l’ayant pas encore trouvée, j’essaie au moins de rêver, dans une chanson, à ce que ça ferait de conquérir la mort. » Mathieu David Articles connexes:Château de ChambordDan ReynoldsFeaturedImagine DragonsParis La Défense Arena Up Next Regardez Bruce Springsteen reprendre Aretha Franklin Ne manquez pas Irene Cara, chanteuse de « Fame » et « Flashdance », est décédée Continuer la lecture Vous pourriez aimer Sum 41 : assistez à leur concert d’adieu en direct Sum 41 : la date parisienne affiche complet Serj Tankian s’oppose à la venue d’Imagine Dragons en Azerbaïdjan The Who : opéra et tubes Imagine Dragons publient un clip sur l’Ukraine Bruce Springsteen : dernières places pour Paris Festivals-Live Rival Sons : fils de buts ! Publié 29/12/2023 Par La Rédaction Neil Shulka Dans un Olympia surchauffé, Rival Sons auront fiévreusement rappelé toute l’étendue de leur étoffe et de leurs ambitions. Les plus anciens (et non moins vénérables) des lecteurs de ce magazine ont peut-être encore en tête le slogan publicitaire de cette compagnie pétrolière proposant en des temps reculés – 1965 tout de même ! – à ses clients de mettre un tigre dans leur moteur à l’instant de remplir leur réservoir. Avec Rival Sons en 2023, les tigres vont par pair et c’est sur le rideau de fond de scène qu’ils semblent s’apprêter à rugir. Deux comme un rappel direct aux artworks de la double salve d’albums, Darkfighter et Lightbringer, que les Californiens – pour faire court – nous auront gratifié en l’espace de quelques mois. À plus d’un titre, cette double salve discographique aura montré que Rival Sons n’avait pas rongé son frein pour rien à cause de ce satané COVID, dont le seul mérite aura été d’amener l’équipage à remettre plusieurs fois sur le métier son ouvrage, rajouter ceci, peaufiner cela. Avec, par ricochet, un constat implacable : Rival Sons est à la croisée des chemins, de multiples chemins, eu égard à ses envies et ambitions musicales. Si le plaisir de retrouver sur scène un groupe qui n’a cessé au fil des années de montrer que c’était là son domaine de prédilection pouvait expliquer notre motivation à s’engouffrer dans le long couloir menant à l’antre de l’Olympia, il en était une autre, plus “circonstancielle” peut-être : observer comment cette “croisée des chemins” allait se traduire en dehors des parois capitonnées d’un studio, lâchée à l’air libre – ou électrique d’un Olympia plein comme un œuf et bouillant à souhait. On n’aura pas été déçu. Sans que l’on soit bien sûr que les principaux intéressés y trouvent tout à fait matière à satisfaction, Rival Sons est souvent perçu comme une des meilleurs représentants de ce que d’aucuns ont trouvé judicieux d’appeler le classic rock moderne. Parce que son champ d’action a souvent croisé certains territoires des années 70, Led Zeppelin en tête. Alors, bien sûr, à voir Jay Buchanan emprunter à son tour des chemins vocaux, dans les râles comme dans les égosillements, rappelant occasionnellement – mais immanquablement – Robert Plant, crinière au vent comme “l’autre”, il demeure parfois difficile de se dédouaner du vague parallèle. Idem du côté de Scott Holiday, dont les tenues country-western classe qui ne sont pas non plus sans rappeler, quand il s’aventure via sa guitare dans quelque déballage sonore à grand renfort d’effets (le solo sur “Face the Light” notamment). Mais s’il s’agit coûte que coûte de rattacher Rival Sons à un quelconque héritage rock, ce serait désormais cette forme de liberté caractérisant tant les prestations live des années 70, d’envie de ne pas juste s’en tenir à ce que l’on avait gravé sur bande quelques mois auparavant. D’une certaine manière, les frères siamois Darkfighter-Lightbringer – et ce qu’il s’agit d’en rendre sur scène – ont fini de changer une donne. On disait récemment à propos de “Darkfighter” le morceau que Rival Sons résumerait presque à lui seul les désirs d’émancipation du groupe, convoquant tour à tour Crosby, Stills and Nash, Led Zeppelin et Emerson, Lake and Palmer. La remarque pourrait désormais s’appliquer à la quasi intégralité d’un show des garçons, ajoutant dans la besace quelques pincées d’Allman Brothers (notamment dans cette propension à rallonger les canevas de telle ou telle chansons pour lui en apporter d’autres). Plus que jamais, Rival Sons est à même de faire passer son public par toutes les émotions (y compris les plus tire-lames avec cette version de “Shooting Stars” sublimée par un Buchanan en solo et unique guitare acoustique en guise d’arme de persuasion massive). De l’emmener dans un grand voyage, encore parfois brinquebalant par faute de trop de bonne volonté ou d’envie de trop bien faire (dans cette même volonté de rallonger ses morceaux parfois). Certes, personne ne soit de quoi demain soit fait, à commencer par le groupe lui-même qui se demandait à haute voix il y a quelques mois par la voix de Buchanan à la fin d’un entretien quand et comment – et même si – un nouvel album verrait le jour. Mais Rival Sons semble avoir ouvert trop de portes pour les laisser se refermer toutes seules sur lui. À très vite donc. Setlist : Mirrors Do Your Worst Electric Man Rapture Darkfighter Open My Eyes. Sweet Life Pressure and Time Jordan Bird in the Hand Feral Roots Darkside Face of Light Shooting Stars Too Bad Mosaic Keep On Swinging Xavier Bonnet Retrouvez ce live report sur Rival Sons dans notre numéro 158, disponible en kiosque et via notre boutique en ligne. Continuer la lecture Festivals-Live M pour Montréal 2023 : le live report Publié 29/12/2023 Par La Rédaction alexanne brisson Le festival québécois M pour Montréal créé en 2006 s’est imposé comme le rendez-vous incontournable des musiques et labels indie. La nouvelle est tombée au premier jour de M pour Montréal, le 15 novembre dernier, où l’on a appris la disparition de Karl Tremblay, chanteur des cultissimes Cowboys Fringuants, qui eux aussi, en leur temps, avait été l’une des figures de proue de la musique indie québécoise avant d’en devenir l’un des plus gros piliers. Et si les radios et télévisions ont bousculé leurs éditions, la triste nouvelle a permis en parallèle de rappeler à quel point la musique est centrale au Québec, et notamment à Montréal, ville de festivals s’il en est et même l’une des capitales mondiales de tous les genres, du classique à la country en passant par la pop, le rock, le punk, l’electro où le rap. Tout ce monde – professionnels délégués travaillant aussi bien pour les labels que les tourneurs, les managers et attachés de presse –, s’était donc donnés rendez-vous dans la capitale économique de la Belle Province pour débattre et trouver des solutions aux changements radicaux que connait aujourd’hui le monde de la musique. Nombre de débats ont été ainsi organisés explorant chacun des secteurs stratégiques qui traversent désormais des bouleversements sans précédents. Mais tous ces pros se sont faits rejoindre par le grand public pour la tournée des salles. À ce sujet, une double programmation est organisée, la sélection officielle du rendez-vous annuel des musiques indépendantes de Montréal et le très justement nommé “marathon”, présenté par siriusXM afin de faire découvrir de jeunes talents venus du monde entier. Et on a été servis. Dans ce rendez-vous rappellant les SXSW à Austin ; le MaMA à Paris ou encore le Reeperbahn d’Hambourg, l’activité principale des festivaliers fut de faire la tournée des salles de Downtown Montréal, autour du bien nommé quartier des spectacles qui regorge de salles de toutes jauges pour participer aux showcases. Bien qu’au départ destinés aux professionnels, les vitrines de M pour Montréal permettent de découvrir de jeunes talents, ce qui n’a pas manqué : tous les soirs, non pas une surprise, mais des surprises, des talents exceptionnels aussi différents les uns que les autres, du poignant Mattmac aux surprenants Atsuko Shiba en passant par la grande révélation de ce rendez-vous, Population II, on a eu droit à tout : de la prog virtuose à du disco metal, de la funk electro au rock acoustique, évidemment un lot de folkeuses en tous genres révélant leurs talents de songwritrices. Et bien entendu, nombre de rappers, electro, rockers et performers pour le moins épatants. On ne peut donc pas parler de manque de créativité, bien au contraire et M pour Montréal, en quatre jours de concerts non stop, avec un show toutes les 20 minutes et plus de 100 artistes invités et présentés dans une grosse quinzaine de salles, a tenu toutes ses promesses. Belkacem Bahlouli Retrouvez ce live report dans Rolling Stone l’Hebdo n°142, disponible via notre boutique en ligne. Continuer la lecture Festivals-Live Trans Musicales 2023 : le live report Publié 27/12/2023 Par La Rédaction Elodie Le Gall De Dynamite Shakers à Sami Galbi, les Trans Musicales réchauffent toujours les nuits rennaises à l’occasion de leur 45e édition. Incontournable rendez-vous de décembre, les Trans Musicales ont une nouvelle fois illuminé les froides nuits d’hiver de Rennes, proposant pour sa 45ème édition un panel musical à la fois rock, urbain, excentrique comme psychédélique. Avec – toujours – cette impertinence propre à sa programmation, originale et irrévérencieuse. Inutile de dépenser ses économies pour partir à l’autre bout du monde. Si l’impatience gronde trop, il suffit d’un aller-retour direction Rennes chaque année. Début décembre, les Trans Musicales cru 2023 ont fait voyager dans plus de 35 pays et territoires. Du Sénégal (avec le set perçant de Ndox électrique, proche du métal hurlant) à l’Irlande avec la techno/rock hybride de Chalk. Un billet direction Israël aussi avec la divine batteuse et chanteuse Roni Kaspi (repérée par le contrebassiste Avishai Cohen) ou le Pays de Galles, thanks to Cerys Hafana à la harpe magistrale. Oui, il n’y a pas à craindre d’employer trop de superlatifs pompeux ; les Trans, c’est ça. Des groupes qui, sur cinq jours de festivals, ont tant à montrer au monde : dans douze lieux différents pour cette 45ème édition devant plus de 50 000 festivaliers, dans une frénésie propre au festival, autoqualifié d’“étincelle rassembleuse de l’hiver”. Étape 1 : le Liberté Les habitués connaissent bien cette ambiance. Les bruits de la fête foraine chaque année sur l’esplanade Charles de Gaulle. Là où les familles, churros et barba à papa en mains, côtoient les festivaliers les plus téméraires. Ce bar Delirium – vue sur les manèges – qui accueille les plus curieux entre deux concerts au cœur de la salle le Liberté et ses presque 6000 places. Libre et digne rendez-vous de projets prometteurs comme cette année, Dynamite Shakers, du Rolling Stones (sauvagerie et malice comprise sur l’estrade de la salle) à la sauce 2023. Championne, artiste rennaise au post-punk biberonné par les pop stars. Touchante sur scène, troublante en studio. Puis Our Lights, encourageant groupe Vannetais fougueux sur scène, ambitieux dans ses productions électro/rock autotunées. Étape 2 : Le Parc Expo À 20 kilomètres de là, après un passage par le bus magique (soit la navette ultra bien organisée mais qui aurait pu s’appeler “la cour des miracles”), le lieu de tous les possibles n’avait pas bougé d’un poil : le Parc Expo. Neuf halls magnifiés par des musiques techno ou du monde, l’oreille se penchant bien volontiers et avec une gourmandise non-contenue sur la trap-raï de Sami Galbi (pas étonnant de l’avoir déjà vu aux côtés de Johan Papaconstantino sur des affiches), plus gros coup de cœur du festival. Plus tard dans la nuit, à l’heure où les chauve-souris dansent, les Irlandais Chalk – cinéastes oscarisés – ont ravi les fans de noise rock, présentant leur EP Conditions. Divinatoire pour les amateurs de grosses guitares garages, sauvages, parfois crasseuses. Se balader de hall en hall, en prenant le temps de prêter une oreille à ce qui les habille, c’est aussi goûter au groupe Bantu Spaceship – attention, phrase propre aux Trans Musicales – qui mélange l’électro à la pop traditionnelle du Zimbabwé, le jit-jive, aux rythmes rapides de la batterie. Un genre popularisé avant eux par les Four Brothers ou New Black Eagles. Étape 3 : Arpenter l’Opéra et l’Aire Libre Après Zaho de Sagazan, le théâtre l’Aire Libre accueillait lui en carte blanche chaque soir le franco-camerounais à la voix inénarrable Yamé. Devenu peu de temps avant premier du “Top viral monde” sur Spotify avec son titre Bécane, Yamé enchaîne avec majestuosité des pianos/voix rappés comme chantés à des prod’s électro insufflées de sonorités traditionnelles. L’Opéra de Rennes lui, vestige à l’italienne du 19ème siècle, plus petit opéra du pays avec ses 642 places recevait le producteur Raül Refree pour un trip audacieux mais perturbant, appelé El espacio entre, voyage sensoriel que le musicien espagnol, influencé par le flamenco comme l’électro, a conçu comme une expérience en direct, teintée de baroque, de free jazz comme de transe. Lui se retournant d’un côté de l’autre entre son piano et sa guitare, comme possédé, elle, la percussionniste Nuria Andorrà à ses côtés, jouant avec ses instruments comme habitée. Cette 45ème édition a prouvé qu’une nouvelle fois, les Trans Musicales n’auront jamais rien à envier à tous les festivals du pays par sa programmation courageuse, parfois insolente mais jamais trop entreprenante. L’esplanade Charles de Gaulle laisse maintenant place uniquement aux odeurs de churros et aux bruits d’attractions. Il reste un an à Jean-Louis Brossard, mythique co-fondateur du festival et à ses équipes pour parcourir le monde à la recherche de musiques souvent miraculeuses et jamais quelconques. Angèle Chatelier Retrouvez ce live report sur la 45e édition des Trans Musicales de Rennes dans Rolling Stone l’Hebdo n°142, disponible via notre boutique en ligne. Continuer la lecture Festivals-Live Sandra Nkaké : nouvelle date parisienne Publié 22/12/2023 Par La Rédaction La chanteuse Sandra Nkaké vous donne rendez-vous le 3 octobre 2024 pour son prochain concert à Paris, prévu au Trianon. Sandra Nkaké annonce un nouveau concert, prévu au Trianon (Paris) le 3 octobre 2024. Les places sont disponibles via le site de l’organisateur. « C’est une joie infinie ! Heureuse de faire résonner les chansons de SCARS dans cette belle salle » déclare la chanteuse soul dans un communiqué. « Merci pour votre soutien, vos relais, vos messages. Plus que jamais, envie de vous envoyer de la tendresse en musique. » Ce concert sera en effet une nouvelle occasion de présenter sur scène Scars, son dernier album en date. « Cet album est intime, mais pas personnel, dans le sens où je n’y raconte pas des moments de ma vie dans les détails » explique Sandra Nkaké dans un entretien accordé à la rédaction. « Il est intime au sens où j’y transforme des émotions qui m’ont impactées très fortement en matière musicale. Je pense que l’intime est politique. Dans la phase d’écriture, qui s’est faite à quatre mains, il fallait d’abord répondre à la question “qu’est-ce qui me constitue ? ”. On y retrouve tout un mille-feuille. » Avant cela, la chanteuse s’alliera à Jeanne Added, Carmelia Jordana et L (Raphaële Lannadère) pour revisiter a capella une sélection de protest songs à La Philharmonie de Paris le 11 juin 2024. Sandra Nkaké donnera également d’autres concerts à travers la France : 24 janvier : Grand Théâtre (Albi) 3 février : Theatre Michel Galabru (Béziers) 9 février : Espace culturel de La Hague 9 mars : Espace Michel Croz – EMC2 (Chamonix) 15 mars : La nouvelle vague (Saint-Malo) 16 mars : La grange à musique (Creil) 22 mars : Carré d’argent (Ponchateau) 23 mars : Le Vallon (Landivisiau) 29 mars : L’orange bleue (Eaubonne) 4 avril : Centre Culturel Paul B (Massy) 24 mai : Le Bateau feu (Dunkerque) Mathieu David Continuer la lecture Festivals-Live Mass Hysteria : anniversaire à Paris Publié 21/12/2023 Par La Rédaction Le groupe de metal indus français Mass Hysteria sera au Zénith de Paris en janvier 2025 pour célébrer le 30e anniversaire de sa formation. Mass Hysteria prépare une grosse fête d’anniversaire le 31 janvier 2025 au Zénith de Paris. Les places sont disponibles. Ce concert sera l’occasion pour le groupe de metal indus français de célébrer ses 30 ans de carrière. Heureux de cet anniversaire, Yann Heurtaux, guitariste du groupe déclare dans un entretien à la rédaction : « Nous sommes conscients de notre chance. Dans les cercles d’amis ou les couples, les goûts de chacun peuvent évoluer, jusqu’au point où plus personne n’a quoi que ce soit en commun. En ce qui nous concerne, nous avons Mass Hysteria et nous ne voulons pas que cela s’arrête. Il y a des conflits, mais nous arrivons à nous poser et à relativiser. Avec le temps, nous avons appris à composer avec les défauts de chacun. » Ce concert sera l’occasion de jouer à Paris des titres issus du diptyque Tenace. Avec une première partie sortie au mois de juin et une seconde en octobre. Le guitariste avait expliqué la raison de cette sortie en deux temps : « Si nous avions mis à disposition quatorze morceaux d’un coup, seulement deux en seraient sortis. Nous ne voulions pas cela. Donc en sortant deux parties plus courtes, nous permettons aux gens de les écouter en entier et de les apprécier pleinement. Ce processus me rappelle notamment ce qu’avait System of a Down en 2005, pour Mezmerize et Hypnotize, qui étaient sortis à six mois d’écart. » Avant cette date au Zénith de Paris, Mass Hysteria n’entend pas se reposer sur ses lauriers. Parmi les autres dates annoncées, ils se retrouveront notamment à l’affiche du Hellfest 2024, le 29 juin. Ils se retrouveront ainsi sur la même scène que Metallica, Extreme ou encore Mammoth WVH. 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