Lynyrd Skynyrd live at Paris La Seine Musicale in July 2020 - Cancelled

Published by Caroline J., Laura B. · Published on 29 June 2020 at 14h38
Lynyrd Skynyrd were said to be back in Paris, 5 years after their latest show in town. This time, the Americans were expected to be taking over La Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt for one night, Monday July 6, 2020. But because of the coronavirus epidemic, the show is cancelled and will not be postponed.
 Lynyrd Skynyrd's show initially planned on Monday July 6, 2020 at Boulogne Billancourt Seine Musicale is cancelled because of the coronavirus epidemic currently hitting France and the rest of the world. Unfortunately, it will not be postponed.
The production says clients can have their tickets refunded in their points of sale - where they have been bought - within a three-month period, that is to say up to September 29, 2020 included.

They performed an incredible set this past June in Clisson for the 14th edition of the Hellfest. If you missed them on the Mainstage 1, it’s time to catch up as Lynyrd Skynyrd are back in France in 2020. For this new show, the famous band coming from Jacksonville, Florida, will play its southern rock in the very beautiful venue that Seine Musicale is, in Boulogne Billancourt, on Monday July 6. This is some good news for the many fans of the American formation who may have already had the chance to see them live five years ago at the Palais des Sports – Dôme de Paris.

The band will also play at the very beautiful Arène de Nimes on June 29. To get your tickets, be ready because the Gérard Drouot Productions presale is on, on Monday December 9 from 10 a.m. (CET).

With over 30 million albums sold worldwide, Lynyrd Skynyrd have been at the Rock’n Roll Hall of Fame since 2006 and remain a musical reference for many people, especially thanks to the release of their second opus “Second Helping” in 1974. Marked by hit “Sweet Home Alabama”, this album has been certified platinum several times.

Then, followed albums “Gimme Back my Bullets” and “Street Survivor” released only three days before the awful plane crash that killed singer Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines.

The band finally reunited 10 years later with the survivors and Johnny Van Zant – Ronnie’s brother – as the singer. Following Billy Powell’s death in 2009, guitarist Gary Rossington remains the only original member of the band still alive.

This next July 6, a piece of advice, be there to enjoy Lynyrd Skynyrd south rock live in Paris.

Practical information


Île Seguin
92100 Boulogne Billancourt


Métro ligne 9 Station Pont de Sèvres (terminus). Sortie numéro 1 (emprunter le Quai Georges Gorse puis le Pont Renault)
T2 : Stations Brimborion ou Musée de Sèvres, puis emprunter la passerelle
Bus : 160 - 169 - 171 - 179 - 279 - 291 - 389 - 429 - 467 Station Pont de Sèvres

à partir de: €78.4

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