The Supersonic celebrates its eighth anniversary

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Meet on February 1st and 2nd to celebrate the anniversary of Supersonic, a Mecca of the Parisian scene.

Already 8 years since the creation of Supersonic, a bar and concert hall where artists who have become essential for some have performed, such as YUNGBLUD, Sam Fender, Amyl & The Sniffers, and Palace.

On Thursday February 1st and Friday February 2nd, this essential place on the Parisian rock scene will celebrate its anniversary with two unforgettable evenings. Among the activities offered, find in particular concerts, with the eight artists selected by the team among their favorites for 2023. They come from France as well as the United Kingdom and Germany. The Supersonic team invites you to discover these different groups and artists through a special playlist.

Discover the concert program:

  • Thursday February 1 : Feet – Knives – Otala – Decasia – Jean-Pierre Fromage
  • Friday February 2 : Night Tapes – Errorr – Teleforme

Current music will thus be present in its most diverse and varied forms. Access is free throughout the evening of February 1 and until 11 p.m. on the 2nd. The evenings will continue with wild DJ sets provided by the cream of the Parisian scene.

Meet on rue Biscornet, in the Bastille district, to celebrate the eight years of the Supersonic Club and the Supersonic Records record store, which opened in 2020 right next door.

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