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Johnny Hallyday is back at Olympia this Sunday, and in 150 theaters

2019-12-01T11:10:57.611Z

The film "One Night at the Olympia", consisting of 85 minutes of Johnny Hallyday's live and interview archives, will be broadcast three times on Sunday in the legendary hall at noon, 4 pm and 8 pm. Screenings are also organized in 150 cinemas in France, from 8 pm. & Nbsp;



The film "One Night at the Olympia", consisting of 85 minutes of Johnny Hallyday's live and interview archives, will be broadcast three times on Sunday in the mythical hall at noon, 4 pm and 8 pm. Screenings are also organized in 150 cinemas in France, starting at 8 pm

He played almost 300 times at the Olympia between 1961 and 2006. Two years after his death, Johnny Hallyday will again be displayed in red letters on the front of the room for three sessions of 1:30 Sunday, called "Un soir à l Olympia ". Screenings take place at noon, 4 pm and 8 pm 150 cinemas, all over France, will also broadcast the film from 20 hours.

>> READ ALSO: When Johnny Hallyday lived "like everyone else" in Los Angeles

In the mythical theater, spectators will see an 85-minute film composed of archives of lives or interviews. On stage, there will be no one: no musician, no presenter. They will be backstage, like Pierre Billon, former lyricist and musical director of Johnny who will play a few pieces in the billiard room Olympia, open for the occasion. "I'm going to do three four songs I made for Jojo," says the lyricist. "These are not necessarily hits, but songs that inspired him, like 'Funny Job', for example, that we both did in the car, going on tour."

The hall with the colors of the singer

The name Johnny Hallyday will be inscribed in red letters on the pediment of the Olympia. In the concert hall, fans will see guitars on the walls, photos, vintage clothing. Everything will be in the colors of the singer. Those who have booked a VIP ticket will even be able to see a reconstructed Johnny Lodge.

Johnny is not ready to be forgotten: a symphonic concert at the AccorHotel Arena in 2020 and a musical is already in preparation.

Source: europe1

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