The band, one of the most important on the French rock scene, will perform in Barcelona on the 4th of April
Indochine, one of the most important bands on the French rock scene, are accustomed to playing in large venues for thousands of people. For example, on their last tour, in 2013, they put the finishing touches to two straight nights in the Stade de France, in Paris, a sporting arena with a capacity for 80,000 people. During the whole, 70-concert tour the band played to a total of more than 800,000 spectators of all age groups.
The members of the band have now decided to offer a series of intimate shows in eight clubs around Europe – Barcelona being one of the chosen cities. The performance will take place on the 4th of April, beginning at 8.30 pm in the Sala Apolo, a venue with a capacity of 1000. The latest release of the band that began its careers in the early 80s is entitled Black City Parade and includes such hits as “L’Aventurier”, “3e Sexe” and “J’ai Demandé À La Lune”. Led by Nicola Sirkis, Indochine is now the most successful French band in history, with over 10 million records sold over the course of their career.
When: the 4th of April
Tickets: 25 €
Where: Sala Apolo
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