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Concerts and shows at the Olympia in 2018

16/02/2018

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Want to live Parisian evenings and vibrate with the great talents of the moment? The Olympia opens its doors with key dates not to be missed throughout 2018!

In this rather cool and rigorous February, you certainly want to warm up. A night by the fire? Tempting, yes, but we thought of a completely different program. Why not let yourself be seduced by the warm and welcoming atmosphere of a concert hall? And not just anywhere: at the Olympia, the mythical Parisian venue and the oldest music hall still in operation!

In March, Julien Clerc celebrates his 50 years of success and brings back to life his most beautiful pieces of French song. Save the dates: March 9-11.

Oasis fans will be delighted to see one of Manchester's two terrible brothers again! Noël Gallagher is in concert on April 3rd and 4th for the release of his third album Who built the moon?

From 13 May to 23 June, Julien Doré sets the Olympia on fire. And alone! The artist has decided to return to the very essence of his art, and performs in a solo acoustic concert in his show entitled "Vous et Moi".

We let you enjoy the warm summer on the beach, but be back in September so you don't miss Coeur de Pirate on October 9th. Come and discover their fourth album and celebrate the artist's 10-year career. If you want a weekend in Rome, book some time from 27 November to 2 December! Etienne Daho leads the Olympia and takes you to the sound of his French pop ballads which he has the secret.

Finally, for those who want a humorous show, the king of improv, Malik Bentalha is on stage from October 25 to 28. For fans of more scathing humour, Gaspard Proust will perform on stage from December 11 to 16.

You can find the complete programme on the Olympia website. For 2018, we wish you lots of eyes and ears, to the sound of your favourite artists!

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Concerts and shows at the Olympia in Paris

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