Music: Michel Sardou is preparing for a comeback with a tour

During the fall 2017 appreciation tour, called “The Last Dance”, Michel Sardou, one of the biggest stars of French song, says goodbye to RTL (Radio France). It was on 12 April 2018 at the Seine Musicale de France where it achieved success with an audience of over 400,000.

Thursday, November 10th, Michel Sardou reconsidered his decision by announcing, still on the same channel, RTL (French radio), his big comeback to the stage with a new tour which will be named “I remember the farewell”. The tour by the French emblematic singer will kick off on October 3, 2023 at Zénith de Rouen.

The reasons that prompted French singer Michel Sardou to return to the stage

After announcing his return on RTL (French radio), in an interview with Parisian, French singer, Michel Sardou revealed that his wife encouraged him to reconsider his decision.

Michel Sardou, the star of the French coat of arms is even mentioned that he had nothing to do with it, that he never thought about continuing his career. Anne-Marie, his wife who encouraged him to continue his life as an artist. I didn’t even want to go back, but I was taken by my wife, according to Michel. Honestly, Michel Sardou confessed, in order to get him back on stage, his wife threatened to leave him if he did not continue his career as a singer. He made me ‘sing’, said Michel half-jokingly.

If, on the one hand, the French emblematic singer (Michel Sardou) was influenced by his wife Anne-Marie; he admits, on the other hand, that his place is on the stage to interpret his best songs. Also, when the French song star went to see a performance of her great hit: “I’ll Love You”, the singer confessed that she had never had such an experience. Taking the place of his audience, he was moved to see their reactions and comments.

That’s why, Michel Sardou acknowledges having to return to the stage, if only for the happiness of his fans. The show was great, the group has a lot of talent and the tour is going well, concludes Michel Sardou. Plus, that’s why I’m delaying mine so as not to compete unfairly with them, said the singer.

As a result, Michel Sardou will inaugurate his tour of France for 2023 on November 13. In addition, the singer has planned thirty dates for her tour in France.

Michel Sardou: new tour entitled “I remember goodbye”

Several years followed after “The Last Dance” in the Seine Musicale de France Michel Sardou has finally decided to announce his big comeback to the front of the stage with “I remember goodbye”. You need to know that during this time, Michel Sardou became an actor in various plays in France.

Singer, Michel Sardou, is marking his comeback with a new tour that will start on October 3, 2023 in France (for Paris, Belgium and Switzerland).

for his return, the singer hasn’t done much since 20 musicians will appear on stage to accompany him. In addition, the public will be presented with a magical program with shocking versions of Connemara and various songs forgotten by the star, including I remember goodbye and Let’s talk about you, about me.

Michel Sardou says he has been trying to write a new album and new songs for his new tour for 2023 but so far nothing has inspired him. To the charm singer to specify that the name of the tour was not chosen by chance since French singer Michel Sardou took over the title of one of the songs which was never recorded, but already performed live at the Olympia in 1995.

This tour of France, which will be undertaken by Michel Sardou, will span several months, starting with Zénith de Rouen (Seine-Maritime) on 3 October 2023 and ending on 16 March 2024 on the main stage in Paris (La Défense Arena) .

Also, here are the dates and venues for Michel Sardou’s new tour of France:

  • October 4, 2023: at the Zenith de Rouen;
  • October 6, 2023: in the city of Mans, in Sarthe;
  • October 7, 2023: in the city of Angers, in Maine-et-Loire;
  • October 14, 2023: in the city of Amiens, on the Somme;
  • October 17 and 18, 2023: in the city of Lille, in Nord-Pas-de-Calais;
  • November 7, 2023: at the Palais Nikaia in Nice in the Alpes-Maritimes;
  • 9 November 2023: at the Arena du Pays d’Aix-en-Provence in the Bouches-du-Rhône department;
  • November 10, 2023: at the Zénith Omega in Toulon;
  • November 11, 2023: in the great hall of Montpellier (L’Arena);
  • November 14 and 15, 2023: in Nantes in the Zénith Nantes Métropole;
  • November 17, 2023: in Orléans, in Zénith;
  • November 18, 2023: in the city of Tours, in the Grand Hall;
  • November 21, 2023: in the city of Reims, in the Arena;
  • November 22: in Strasbourg in Zénith Europe;
  • 24 November 2023: at the Zenith St-Etienne Métropole;
  • November 25, 2023: at the Zenith of Dijon;
  • 28 November 2023: at the Zenith de Toulouse;
  • November 29, 2023: at Zénith de Pau;
  • December 2, 2023: at the Brest Arena;
  • 6 December 2023: at the Zénith d’Auvergne, in Clermont-Ferrand;
  • 9 December 2023: at the Palais des sports in Grenoble;
  • December 13, 2023: at the Arkea Arena in Bordeaux;
  • December 14, 2023: at the Futuroscope Arena in Poitiers;
  • 16 December 2023: at the Métropole Zenith Limoges;
  • December 19 and 20, 2023: at the Tony Garnier Hall in Lyon.

Tickets will go on sale on Monday 14 November and the price will be set at around 39 euros.

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