If in May 2019, Ed Sheeran had achieved the feat of bringing together more than 50,000 spectators, three consecutive evenings at Parc OL, the attendance record for the Lyon stadium, all events combined, will be shattered on Saturday (8 p.m.).

The Indochine group will thus attract 73,000 fans, in a sold-out date which will even become the historic attendance record for a concert in the Lyon region.

Our Director of Major Events, Pierre Duprat, talks about the exceptional concert of @indochinetwitt which will bring together more than 73,000 people this Saturday.

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— Groupama Stadium (@GroupamaStadium) June 22, 2022


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Something to delight the organizers, who have relaunched cultural meetings this month, with Patrick Bruel and Soprano, after two years

off

due to Covid-19.

"There, we will really go into another dimension," says Pierre Duprat, director of major events at the Décines stadium (Rhône), aware of the crazy excitement around the

Central Tour

of Indochina.

After having already gathered 97,036 spectators last month at the Stade de France, Indochine therefore allows the 59,000-seat Rhone enclosure (in sports configuration) to offer itself the second largest attendance of the year for a concert on the ground. French.

And when we see that the next concerts scheduled in Décines are those of Rammstein (July 8 and 9) and the Rolling Stones (July 19), there is no doubt that this summer of musical recovery can only be a success for OL Park.

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  • Concert

  • Olympique Lyonnais (OL)

  • Indochina

  • Stade de France

  • Lyons

  • Sport

  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

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