Louane announces a new tour

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While her tour of intimate theaters will end in July 2024, Louane surprised her fans by announcing a new major tour in partnership with WECB.

In 2013, we discovered Louane on television in the show “The Voice”, aged only 16. From now on, she is celebrating ten years of her career and will participate, this evening, in the WECB Music Awards 2023 ceremony to try to win two trophies: that of “Best French-speaking female artist” and that of “French-speaking song of the year “. And as good news never comes alone, the singer has just announced a Zéniths tour in 2025 consisting of 8 dates, including one at the Zénith in Paris, on May 23, 2025!

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The ticket office will open Monday November 13 at 10 a.m. By then, she could return with a fifth album after “Chamber 12” (2015), “Louane” (2017), “Joie de vivre” (2020) and “Sentiments” (2022). In any case, that’s all his fans want!


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