On October 4, 2020, two months after an explosion that ravaged Beirut, people organized a release of white balloons with the names of the victims -

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“We hardly played in 2020, but there, for this cause, we said yes right away.

»Alexandre Grynszpan, half of the electro duo Polo & Pan, explains the presence of his group on the poster of the Beirut, je t'aime concert.

This charity concert brings together, Saturday evening, in livestream, The Avener, Bob Sinclar, KUNGS, Martin Solveig, Mosimann and FEDER.

And Polo & Pan therefore.

“We have friends in Beirut and the disaster that affected them touched us,” says Alexandre Grynszpan.

During the confinement, there was this fashion for virtual concerts.

But we didn't, we didn't feel it.

Without the human contact of the public, it no longer makes sense to us.

But there, the funds raised will be used for the reconstruction of a children's hospital in Beirut.

All of a sudden, with this idea of ​​giving, there is meaning, we get out of pure hedonism.


The concert will be broadcast from 9 p.m. on the Facebook and YouTube pages of the Beirut je t'aime association.

A GoFundMe page will allow you to collect donations.


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  • Electronic music

  • Culture

  • Lebanon

  • Music

  • Beirut

  • Charity