DJ Snake announces his “Final Show” at the Stade de France

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The French star DJ gives satisfaction to his fans by meeting them on May 10, 2025, at the Stade de France for an exceptional concert.

In a teaser worthy of a movie, DJ Snake announces a big event. The one who set the Parc des Princes on fire in 2022 returns with an even greater ambition: the Stade de France. The star DJ announced it on Instagram this Thursday, November 30, meeting his audience on May 10, 2025 in Saint-Denis.

In the video posted on his account, DJ Snake appears in the RER going to the Stade de France to the strains of “That’s My People”, the hit by Suprême NTM released in 1999, for his “Final Show”.

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Brilliant and hardworking self-taught, the Ile-de-France native born in 1986 has conquered the planet over the last ten years, notably by quickly collaborating with American stars like Lady Gaga. For the Parisian, the hits came quickly one after the other with songs like “Turn Down For For What” and “Lean On” with Major Lazer, which is enjoying global success that will never be denied.

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The Frenchman thus attracted stars such as Justin Bieber for the hit “Let Me Love You”, before the release of the hit “Taki Taki” bringing together Ozuna, Cardi B and Selena Gomez. Billionaire listeners on YouTube and Spotify platforms, DJ Snake seems unstoppable. After having suggested that he would try to do better than the Parc des Princes last year, here he is on the verge of a gigantic show. See you at the Stade de France in May 2025.


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