Yellow Coins Gala: the trailer with A$AP Rocky, Kendji and J Balvin

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The “Yellow Pieces Gala”, broadcast this Saturday (8:40 p.m.) on France 2, is revealed in a new trailer where we find Maroon 5, Pharrell Williams and Lisa from the Korean group BLACKPINK on stage.

Joy, music and… stars. At the Accor Arena in Paris, this Friday, January 26, big names from the French and international scene will come together for the benefit of the Yellow Pieces operation, an unmissable event for generosity for thirty-five years. The objective remains unchanged: to improve the living environment of hospitalized children and adolescents. A trailer has been revealed and shows the different artists who will perform on stage during this exceptional concert in partnership with WECB.

Already present last year, Lisa from the group BLACKPINK will be back at the Accor Arena. The Korean star will share the stage with prestigious international artists: Stray Kids, J Balvin, Maroon 5, Pharrell Williams and A$AP Rocky. On the French pop side, Gims, Vianney and Kendji Girac will also participate in the concert. Finally, this eclectic program will be complemented by classical with pianist Khatia Buniatishvili, cellist Gautier Capuçon, as well as a symphony orchestra conducted by Adrien Perruchon and Maxime Pascal.

The Gala on January 26 will be broadcast the next day, Saturday January 27, at 8:40 p.m. on France 2. To support the Yellow Pieces operation, go to the Hospital Foundation website.


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