Zucchero live at Paris Accor Arena - Postponed to May 2022

Published by Caroline J. · Published on 7 June 2021 at 20h36
Zucchero Fornaciari is back! But because of the health crisis, the famous Italian rocker has to delay his French tour to 2022. His whos at Paris Accor Arena initially planned on Tuesday November 17 2020, is then postponed to Wednesday May 18, 2022.

If you have danced on “Baila Morena”, loved on “Il Volo” and even dreamed on “Menta e rosmarin”… Yes, Zucchero has released all these tracks! And he will show it one more time for his new tour said to stop by six cities in France.

From Lyon to Lille without forgetting Bordeaux, Marseilles and Nice, the Italian artist won’t forget the French capital for one night on Wednesday May 18, 2022 at Paris Accor Arena. For the record, the show was initially planned on November 17. But, given the health context, the French tour is postponed to 2022. 
"It is with a heavy heart that I have to inform you that the European dates for 2020 have been postponed to 2021. We are very sorry, but with the current restrictions due to Covid-19 it is better to minimise the risk as much as possible. The health and well-being of my fans, as well as my musicians and the entire crew, is my absolute priority in these uncertain times. I'm looking forward to seeing you all next year. Take care of yourselves, and my best wishes to you and your families." the singer wrote in a release.
Tickets will remain valid for the new dates. Yet, it you want to be repaid, you can ask the sale office where you bought them, within two months, up to September 10, 2020 included.

The opportunity for Zucchero to present his newest album “D.O.C.” and to return on his many tracks that made him famous in Italy and France. It’s in 1987 that the artist’s career rocketed thanks to his fourth album named “Blues”.

Then, he has released many successful tracks and albums with collaborations, each more prestigious than the other; from Joe Cocker to Miles Davis without forgetting BB King, Sheryl Crow, Tom Jones, Paul Young, Sting, Luciano Pavarotti, Bono, Eric Clapton and even Johnny Hallyday.

To (re)discover the legendary Italian singer, meet on May 18, 2022 at Paris Accor Arena.

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
On 18 May 2022
Starts at 8 p.m.



    8 Boulevard de Bercy
    75012 Paris 12

    Métro ligne 6 ou 14 station "Bercy"

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