Coming to the 24 Hours of Le Mans? Don’t miss out on the music! There's an excellent evening concert line-up for fans at the track!
Arcadian came to the fore in the 5th series of the French version of The Voice. Both Folie Arcadienne and Ton combat were hits en 2017. Yoann, Florentin and Jérôme form an inseparable trio, emblematic of their carefree, spirited, digital-native generation. The group does pop with a vigorous rock attitude and their “basement band” camaraderie transpires on stage. Arcadian deliver an energetic performance of radiant melodies with their voices mingling and unravelling in perfect harmony.
8 P.M., opening act: concert RTL2.
Dr Feelgood started out in Canvey Island, Essex in 1971 and were well-known for their distinctive R&B sound. Their tight-fitting black suit and tie outfits, on-stage vibrancy and no-messing compositions like Roxette And Back in the Night propelled them to the fore of the British pub rock scene. Wilko Johnson’s choppy guitar style and Lee Brilleaux’s voice influenced many French groups, including Téléphone.
8 P.M., opening act : concert RTL2.
The British Group led by the charismatic Jay Kay has imposed its style resulting in the sale of more than 35 million albums worldwide in a career lasting almost 25 years. Who does not remember hits like Cosmic Girl, You Give Me Something as well as Virtual Insanity ? After an absence of almost seven years Jamiroquai is making his big comeback to centre stage with a new studio album, Automaton, released in 2017.
8 P.M., opening act : Her.
Life's too short, let's work it out is the visionary, all-too-relevant chorus of the fist single of Jump on Board, the brilliant studio album by British group Texas. Their ninth album is the sound of a band at ease with itself, comfortable in its skin, jammed full of songs influenced by Northern Soul, disco and founding fathers like the Bee-Gees or Orange Juice. Texas have never been afraid to do their own thing. They’ve been around a long time, sold some 40 million albums and their latest offering is characteristic of their style with flourishes that hark back to well-loved hits like Say What You Want, Halo, Black-Eyed Boy and Summer Son. The group has never seemed so alive, so vibrant and eager for more. “We feel revigorated” smiles Sharleen. “It’s time to really let ourselves go. It’s a new start. This is a new chapter in our story and we’re loving it.”
09:20 P.M., opening act: Yarol and Black Minou.
At 00:15, after : DJ Loran.