Until 3rd February 2016
Johnny Hallyday will perform at the Accor Hotel Arena in Paris on Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd February 2016, as part of his tour Rester Vivant (Staying Alive).
At 72 years old, Johnny Hallyday is more adored by fans than ever. With 50 years’ career behind him, Johnny Hallyday is one of the most popular French singers. The range of lyrics and his spectacular stage performances appeal to audiences of all ages.
His 50th album Rester Vivant (Staying Alive) has been a great success from the very start of its launch. With twelve tracks in the standard version, it has already become a Diamond Disc.
The promotional tour, Rester Vivant, for his album of the same name, first out in November 2014, began with some festival appearances and then was officially launched a few months ago, leading up to three concerts at the end of November, also at the Accor Hotel Arena in Paris (ex Bercy). All three concerts and 80 000 seats were a sell out within 48 hours, so two extra concert dates were announced in the same venue in Paris on 2nd and 3rd February 2016.
For his tour Rester Vivant, Johnny Hallyday wanted to put on a different show from his previous two tours.
On stage, twelve musicians and four backing singers support the rock singer, surrounded by a stunning new gigantic set: giant mobile screens, a 500 kilo mobile crane and other special effects are used. Johnny sings his greatest hits, new songs and some lesser known numbers too. For his 183rd tour, Johnny Hallyday and his team put on an American style show worthy of the biggest rock stars in the world, to greater acclaim than ever from his fans and the critics, thanks to his powerful voice and stage presence. <0}
The tour Rester Vivant will continue until the summer throughout France, its overseas departments and territories.
For further details on the next Parisian concerts of the singer
Place : Accor Hotels Arena (Ex Bercy)
Address : 8 Boulevard de Bercy, 75012 Paris
District : Bercy
Open hours : Tuesday and Wednesday: from 8pm
Transport : Metro: Bercy