Christophe Maé is back at long last! The singer has been releasing one hit after another for more than a decade, and his tours always generate a real buzz. Back on stage to perform his latest album, La Vie d’Artiste, Christophe Maé is staying true to form, laying on an ambitious, generous show that’s full of surprises!
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event organisers and the Accor Arena announced that the Christophe Maé concert, initially scheduled for 9 April 2021, is postponed until 14 October 2021.
All existing tickets remain valid for the new date.
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You will need to show your Health Pass* and photo ID to get into the Accor Arena, along with a valid ticket.
You are not allowed to bring your own drinks into the Accor Arena.
Suitcases and holdalls are not allowed. Backpacks are allowed but must be checked in to the cloakroom.
“Professional” camera equipment is not allowed inside the Accor Arena.
About the artist
Christophe Maé is a French singer-songwriter. Following his noteworthy breakthrough as the king’s brother in the musical “Le Roi Soleil”, in 2005, Christophe Maé won the Francophone Breakthrough of the Year at the NRJ Music Awards in 2007. The young singer’s career was off to a fantastic start. He followed this up with a series of studio albums that saw his popularity skyrocket in France. His first album, Mon paradis, proved a hit, driven by the singles “On s'attache”, “Parce qu'on sait jamais”, “Ça fait mal” and “Belle demoiselle”. The album would ultimately go diamond. Christophe Maé followed up a live album retracing his triumphal tour with a series of studio albums: On trace la route, Je veux du bonheur, and L’Attrape-rêves, released in 2016. Never more at home than when he’s on stage and a generous live performer, Christophe Maé launches a major tour whenever he releases an album, and the connection with his audience is plain to see.
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