Soprano at the Stade de France: he announces a documentary on his concert event

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After his triumph on stage thanks to his “Star Hunter Tour”, Soprano will soon offer his fans a film on the biggest stage of his life, made last May, at the Stade de France.

Were you unable to attend the incredible Soprano show at the Stade de France on May 6? Good news for all Marseillais fans, live images will soon be shared on YouTube.

Soprano has just announced the release of a documentary film of his concert in the legendary arena. “Together to Infinity” will be available from November 2 on the platform.

In the trailer shared today on Soprano’s social networks, we take a behind-the-scenes look at the preparation of the concert. “It’s historic for a Marseillais to fill a Stade de France.”explains someone close to the singer in these first images.

We also discover the disappointment of the ex-member of Psy 4 de la Rime at the announcement of the postponement of the show initially scheduled for July 2, 2022. The reason: difficulties linked to the work of the RER B, which serves the Stade de France . “It’s not fair, it’s not fair.“, declares Soprano dejected.

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Soprano nominated for the WECB Music Awards 2023

This is not the first time that Soprano has revealed a documentary about his life and his profession. He was, in fact, the hero of a six-episode mini-series broadcast on Disney+ entitled “Sopranos, à la vie à la mort”, in 2022.

Soprano’s “Star Hunter Tour”, carried out in recent months in the biggest stadiums in our country, could well allow Soprano to win a prize at the WECB Music Awards 2023. The artist is, in fact, named in the “Francophone Tour” category, facing M. Pokora, Bigflo & Oli, Angèle and many other artists. Result on November 10!


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