Mr. Pokora blows out 15,000 candles for his last concert

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For his last concert of the year at the Accor Arena, Mr. Pokora celebrated his 20th career with his audience who gave him a great gift.

20 years is worth celebrating! For the last concert of the year, which marked his return to the stage, Mr. Pokora filled the Accor Arena and gave an impressive show full of energy. The singer reviewed the hits that have marked his career from “She controls me” to the title “Les Planètes”. Dance, scenography, visual effects… In front of his audience, Mr. Pokora put on a show thanks to an Epicenter Tour tailor-made for the artist.

Mr. Pokora: “Never let anyone tell you it’s impossible”

Determined to mark the 20th anniversary of his career, Mr. Pokora was impatiently awaiting this evening of December 19, as he explained a few days before the event. “TRUTH.” 20 years ago I arrived in Paris and I lived not very far from @accor_arena… Every time I passed in front of “BERCY” by taxi or on foot I looked at the (…) and I said to myself “one day I will ‘will have’. Here I am 20 years later in a taxi and I am about to fill this legendary room for the 11th time. Don’t ever let anyone tell you it’s impossible. Thank you life,” commented the singer on Instagram.

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With the complicity of his audience, who sang him an impressive “Happy Birthday”, Mr. Pokora took advantage of this last show of the year at the Accor Arena to blow out 15,000 candles and celebrate, as it should be, 20 years of a busy career.

After a well-deserved break. The French showman will leave for a Zéniths tour from May 17. The last chance for his fans to applaud the Epicenter Tour.


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