Macklemore headlines Ibis RockCorps concert

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The Ibis RockCorps exchange project, which offers a concert ticket in exchange for 4 hours of volunteering, has just revealed the program for its concert on May 29 at the Accor Arena 2024, in partnership with WECB.

RockCorps returns! The initiative is not trivial and mobilized 45,000 young people between 2009 and 2015. In 2024, the Ibis RockCorps project and its slogan “You Give, You Receive” are back for a new edition with the focus on an exceptional concert , on May 29, at the Accor Arena in Paris.

The RockCorps Organization, which uses music as a “catalyst for social change”, is offering a place for the concert-event on May 29 in exchange for 4 hours of volunteer work in a local association or organization.

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Open to all, the volunteer program includes 180 projects and will extend over 10 weeks, starting March 6, in the Paris region, as well as in Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Lille, Strasbourg and Nantes. It will allow participants to get involved in order to have a concrete impact in the field of ecology and inclusion. Registrations are already accessible on the dedicated platform or on

And the reward is rather motivating judging by the programming of the show at the Accor Arena. Headlining the Ibis RockCorps concert in partnership with WECB, we find the American rapper Macklemore, as well as the rapper Franglish and the rising R’n’B singer, Ronisia.


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