Caroline J., Laura B. · Published on 7 May 2020 at 19h17
· Updated on 19 April 2021 at 16h06
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Foals show - initially planned on April 27 at the La Villette Zénith - then postponed to Friday September 11, 2020 will ultimately take place on Wednesday May 12, 2021.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Foals' show - initially planned on April 27 at the La Villette Zénith - then postponed to Friday September 11, 2020 will ultimately take place on Wednesday May 12, 2021 at the same venue.
Tickets remain valid for this new date or are refundable in their point of sale.
The production says: "Because of the current health situation in France because of Covid-19, Foals' show planned on September 11th at Zénith Paris - La Villette is postponed to May 12th, 2021 at the same venue. Tickets bought for April and September 2020 remain valid for May 2021".
Foals write: "Hi guys, thank you for your patience and understanding over the past few weeks. We’ve been hard at work to find a solution for the European tour & we’re happy to say that we have rescheduled the European tour to May 2021. We hope that you’ll be there with us. There’s no doubt that these shows will be some of the most special as we come together in celebration, release & relief. We can’t wait. Until then stay safe"
What a beautiful gift Foals have made to their European fans, and especially those in Paris when announcing a new show in the French capital. After Rock en Seine, the Bataclan and the Gaîté Lyrique as part of the Arte Concert Festival in 2019, the British rock band will go live on Wednesday May 12, 2021 for one show only at Paris La Villette Zénith.
In addition to Paris, Foals expect to rock other venues on the Old Continent such as in Amsterdam, Zürich, Cologne, Berlin and even Madrid.
The occasion for Yannis Philippakis and his friends to return once again on their two excellent albums released in 2019: “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1” and “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2”.
For the record, Foals previously released 4 albums, including 3 listed in the chart’s top 10: “Antidote” (#3 in 2007), “Total Life Forever” (#8 in 2010) and “Holy Fire (#2 in 2013).
To discover Yanis Philippakis’ energy on stage, meet on May 12, 2021 at Paris Zénith.