Friday, December 8, 2023

Upcoming gigs


Here are the next gigs we'll be covering. Check back often as we're confirming events on a weekly basis.

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Danko Jones @ Backstage By The Mill

Canadian rockers Danko Jones are touring the world in support of their excellent new record Electric Sounds and will be stopping by the small Parisian club to flatten your eardrums. 

This event is SOLD-OUT

The Prodigy @ Olympia

The Prodigy returns to active duty and will be bringing their punk-infused rave sounds to the Olympia on Sunday, December 10th, almost exactly four years since the passing of their iconic frontman Keith Flint.

This event is SOLD-OUT

Ash & The Subways @ Petit Bain

A great bill at Petit Bain for fans of British alternative rock with Ash and The Subways. Both bands released a killer album this year (Race The Night and Uncertain Joy, respectively) and this promises to be a fantastic evening.

This event is SOLD-OUT

The Mentors @ Le Klub

If you're in need of somme soothing sounds and delicate poetry, we suggest you stay away from the French capital on December 12th as The Mentors will bring their Punk Rock Heavy Metal to town. Alcohol-fueled chaos, mayhem and general pandemonium are expected, and encouraged.

Tickets on sale only at the venue - you decide on the cover charge!

Our man Slash is keeping busy. He's just finished the Guns N' Roses 2023 tour with two shows at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and a headlining set at Hell & Heaven Festival in Guadalajara, Mexico last November, before hitting the road again with his solo band featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators in January. The tour will start in Mexico City on January 23rd and end in Paris on April 29th. We will of course be at the tour closer to report and bring you some photos from the show. Support for all dates will be from none other than Mammoth WVH.

Eric Clapton has announced two shows at the Paris Accor Arena on May 26 and 27 of next year.These will be the legendary guitarist's first Paris dates in almost exactly fourteen years when he played the very same venue with Steve Winwood on May 25th, 2010 (the private corporate gig he did a few years ago doesn't count...) so we're excited to see one of our favorite musicians on stage again.He has been very controversial lately because of his positions on the COVID vaccine, and his association with some more than unsavory characters... But on stage, with a guitar in his hands, he will put politics and other personal considerations to the side and let the music do the talking. And on that front, he has very few equals.Both concerts are very close to being sold out so don't wait to get your tickets!

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