Five dates are planned in the south-east of the country at the end of the month of August, before finishing with two shows in Paris on 18 and 19 September.
Each show will be livestreamed on the Live Nation channel social and available to watch back at a later date.
The tour will see the first major concerts performed in France since the beginning of March, when the government implemented widespread bans on events.
“We can’t wait to meet you this summer and together, make this visit a historic moment”
Although festivals and other major events of more than 5 000 people remain banned in the country until September, entertainment venues were allowed to reopen earlier this month in the great majority of countries, with the mandatory use of face coverings.
Live Nation and BPIfrance state they are committed to complying with the guidelines of the health and ensure the safety of all participants and staff.
“Through the Great Tourwe will do this with the BPI – to give artists the opportunity to express themselves again,” comments Angelo Gopee, MD and head promoter Live Nation France.
“We have worked hand in hand with all teams to ensure the best conditions for the public. We’ll find some magic moments again. We can’t wait to meet you this summer and together, make this visit a historic moment!”
More information on the Great Tour can be found here.
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