Santa joins the Enfoirés troop

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His joy is infectious. The singer of the group Hyphen Hyphen participates for the first time in the Enfoirés show and shares behind the scenes of her live performance on her social networks. Look.

The big show starts tonight. It’s this Wednesday, January 17 that the new Enfoirés show begins: “Enfoirés 2024. We’re 35 years old!” The singers of the troupe will take over the Arkéa Arena in the city of Bordeaux for 7 consecutive days, from this evening until Monday January 22, 2024 inclusive. This concert will then be broadcast at the beginning of March on TF1.

While waiting to discover the images of the long-awaited show, the artists present in Bordeaux reveal some extracts from behind the scenes. Santa, for example, is pleased to announce that she is joining the Enfoirés for the first time in her career. In a video posted on Instagram, we discover her on stage.

I have the honor to announce that this is my first year at Les Enfoirés!», Exclaims the singer before shouting and filming her comrades alongside her.

The “Salted Popcorn” singer doesn’t hide her pride either in the caption of her video. We can thus read on his Instagram account: “I am so warmly welcomed, I will try to work humbly with the volunteers by singing for those who have nothing left, without ideological speeches or bullshit. A donation pot is open on my profile.»

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Who will join the Enfoirés troupe in 2024?

Santa is not the only new artist to join the Enfoirés troupe. This year, the public will be able to discover star dancer Guillaume Diop, Gaëtan Roussel, and Claudia Tagbo on stage.

Matt Pokora, for his part, is making his comeback to the troupe, after seven years of absence. Lara Fabian could also join the regulars of the Coluche troupe like Michèle Laroque, Isabelle Nanty, Zazie or even Vianney.

All these French artists will unite their voices for the most deprived and perform their new anthem live: “Until the last”.


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