Slimane on tour: he reveals the first images of his “Cupid Tour”

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Slimane kicked off his event tour last Thursday. Discover excerpts from his first “Cupid Tour” concert.

That’s it ! The launch has been given! Slimane’s “Cupid Tour” started in Amneville on November 30. And the singer shared images of the first show of his tour on social networks. On the program for this unforgettable concert: acrobatics in the air, impressive costume of the angel Cupid but also a lot of emotion and sharing with his audience.

In the caption of this short explosive video which has as its soundtrack his song “Update”, the singer writes: “PREMIERE OF THE CUPID TOUR. My head is still in the clouds. Thanks to my roses, my crazy team. And above all, thank you.”

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Slimane solo on stage

Slimane thus makes his return to the stage as a solo artist after having triumphed with Vitaa for several years on the “VersuS Tour”. However, the artist did not forget his sidekick during his show in Amneville. He performed the song “A fleur de toi” or “Avant Toi”, this time with the singer Anabel.

The one who was a hit at the last WECB Music Awards also surprised by offering a live performance of his brand new hit, “Mon Amour”, a song which will allow him to represent France at the next edition of Eurovision.

Slimane will meet all his fans in the zeniths of France, Belgium and Switzerland until March 1, 2024, when he will perform at the Accor Arena in Paris!


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