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    • Beyonce

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      Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France

      11 June 2023 (Sunday) 20:00

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    • Muse

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      Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France

      15 July 2023 (Saturday) 20:00

       

      Muse Tour Schedule

       

      Unlike the many bands formed in England in the 90s, Muse took mainstream music into a different direction. Where other bands focused on pop or hip hop, Muse brought classical influences by incorporating a wider variety of instruments in their tunes. Not only did this capture the hearts of listeners at the time, but their style has withstood the changing of generations. They’re still as popular today as they were before, and their fans continue to support their musical endeavors.

       

      Fans of Muse only have to wait a little while before getting to see them perform live. They have set up several concerts across various locations, making it easier for their fans to attend a live session. Their first date for 2019 is on January 19th in Inglewood, California. Following visits to more cities like Dallas, Sunrise, Detroit, Toronto, Bristol, Helsinki, Cologne, Saint Denis, and Bordeaux, their last date is for July 26th in Madrid, Spain.

       

      Muse Background

       

      Muse is made up of three band members who’ve stuck together through the thick and thin of the music industry. Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard, and Chris Wolstenholme played in different bands before they met each other. Once they found one another, they started building up their fan base around their city. Their first big gig was in London, where they met Dennis Smith. He was impressed with their performances and signed them on his recording label. Their EP, The Muscle Museum EP, was a success and reached number three on the Indie singles chart. This success also caught the eye of broadcasters, which further boosted their popularity.

       

      Muse’s Greatest Hits

       

      Muse has created several award-winning albums and singles. Some of their best work is known to be “Uprisin”, “Resistance”, “Hysteria”, “Knights of Cydonia”, “Madness”, “Panic Station”, and “Follow Me”. They were also nominated for the Best Live Act Award during the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2018.

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    • Beth Hart

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      Le Silo, Marseille, France

      16 November 2023 (Thursday) 20:00

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    • Patrick Bruel

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      Le Dome, Marseille, France

      24 May 2024 (Friday) 20:00

       

      Patrick Bruel Tour Schedule

       

      Patrick Bruel is a household name in France and in other countries around the world. The man is known for many things, but mostly his talent in singing and acting. Bruel didn’t always have plans for singing, and in fact, he wanted to be a soccer player growing up. He was inspired by famous singers and celebrities at the time to go with singing, and he’s never had to look back. Fans of Bruel come from far and wide to see him perform live, which is great because he has a ton of dates for 2019.

       

      Bruel has decided on several dates for the upcoming year, starting on February 12th in France. Although he has quite a lineup, he’s staying close to home in every location. If you’re in France, you’re lucky because he’s going to visit Paris, Orleans, Brest, Lanester, and Montpellier. His final date for the tour is on December 13th in Cournon, France.

       

      Patrick Bruel Background

       

      Patrick Bruel was actually born as Patrick Benguigui. He changed his last name to his stage name and is currently known as Bruel. During his youth, Bruel fanaticized about being a soccer player, but eventually changed his mind. He started off his journey as a star through acting and gained fame from his work in the 1979 production, “Le Coup de sirocco.” From there, he continued acting and eventually moved on to singing. As a singer, Bruel was met with lots of fame and fortune. His fans from his acting career were more than happy to support his singing, and his music has topped French music charts many times over.

       

      Patrick Bruel’s Greatest Hits

       

      Bruel has been a part of almost 50 movies, but he’s also had great success with his vocals. Some of his greatest hits were, “De Face”, “Bruel”, “Juste Avant”, “Des Souvenirs devant”, “Lequel de nous”, and his most recent, “Ce soir on sort”.

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