Postponed event

The show

Jean-Louis Aubert’s phenomenal “Olo Tour” will be back on the road in France from October 2021, capping off the tour on 22 March 2022 with a gig at the Accor Arena. Alone up on the stage but in fine company with the crowd, the audience will be treated to the spectacle of the holograms previously seen on the “Prémices” theatre tour. It is a piece of scenography that proved hugely popular, and a worldwide first. Jean-Louis Aubert wanted to invite his fans to witness the first manifestation and then the evolution of his holographic dream. A feat that he will make good this autumn, when the audience will be treated to the next stage in this dream!

News:
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event organisers and the Accor Arena announced that the Jean-Louis Aubert concert, initially scheduled for 18 April 2021, is postponed until 22 March 2022.

All existing tickets remain valid for the new date.

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Restrictions

Health Pass

You will need to show your Health Pass* and photo ID to get into the Accor Arena, along with a valid ticket.

Bottled water

You are not allowed to bring your own drinks into the Accor Arena.

Backpacks ( under 10L )

Suitcases and holdalls are not allowed. Backpacks are allowed but must be checked in to the cloakroom.

Cameras

“Professional” camera equipment is not allowed inside the Accor Arena.

About the artist

A French singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Jean-Louis Aubert is also known for being a key figure in the legendary French rock group, Téléphone, accompanied by guitarist and vocalist Louis Bertignac, drummer Richard Kolinka, and Corine Marienneau on the bass. From 1976 to 1986, when the band broke up, Téléphone performed more than 1250 concerts and released five albums – Téléphone, Crache ton venin, Au cœur de la nuit, Dure Limite, and Un autre monde – made successful through unforgettable numbers like “La bombe humaine”, “Argent trop cher”, “Ça (c'est vraiment toi)”, “New York avec toi”, “Le jour s'est levé”, “Cendrillon” and “Un autre monde”. After Téléphone, Jean-Louis Aubert launched a successful solo career under his own name, released a stream of albums and performed on some amazing tours in front of an avid crowd.

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