Tove Lo live at Paris Elysée Montmartre in March 2020 - Cancelled

Published by Caroline J. · Published on 11 March 2020 at 12h26
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the decree from the chief of police banning any public gatherings of over 1000 people, Swedish phenomenon Tove Lo has to cancell her show at Paris Elysée Montmartre on Saturday March 14, 2020.
Following the coronavirus pandemic and the ban of any public gatherings of over 1000 people, Tove Lo show - planned on March 14, 2002 at the Elysée Montmartre - is cancelled.

Please get in touch with your usual point of sale to have your ticket refunded.

You can’t have missed the Tove Lo phenomenon, coming straight from Sweden. The young artist managed to make herself a name in 2014 with single “Habits (Stay High)” from her first album “Queen Of Cloud”.

On October 28, 2016, she came back with a second record called “Lady Wood”, especially marked by “Cool Girl”.

In 2017, it was time for “Blue Lips” to be talked about with effective singles such as “Disco Tits”, “Bitches” and even “Cycles”.

On September 20, 2019, Tove Lo is coming back with her fourth album called “Sunshine Kitty” including “Glad He’s Gone”, “Bad as the Boys” featuring Alma, “Jacques” feat. Jax Jones and “Really Don’t Like U” featuring Kylie Minogue.

And to promote this new album, Tove Lo is getting herself a European tour this Spring 2020 said to stop by Glasgow, Manchester, London, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Paris.

In the French capital, Tove Lo expects you on Saturday March 14, 2020 at the Elysée Montmartre for a unique show to book from September 20, 2019 at noon.

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75018 Paris 18


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