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Gigantic tours, unforgettable concerts, Patrick Bruel takes you along on an incredible voyage to discover his biggest hits and some wonderful surprises. The Drôme region will be welcoming a Patrick Bruel concert in Valence on September 11, 2021, at 9:15 p.m. Here’s what you need to know about this much-needed event!
A curious, passionate artist who loves to explore various forms of expression, Patrick Bruel is one of the most talented musicians to have ever worked as singer, cinema, and stage actor all at once while still carving out enough time for his fans. His fruitful career already spans over 20 years of timeless success.
On Saturday, September 11, 2021, Valence’s Champs de Mars will join the artist in singing the mythical choruses that have shaped French music as we know it. As part of the Valence Food Festival, Patrick Bruel will take over the stage. The event is set to welcome about 1000 spectators and seating will also be available for the concert.
Here is everything you need to know if you wish to attend the Patrick Bruel concert in Valence:
To attend the concert, you will need to produce a health pass. A pharmacist will be on standby in a dedicated booth for anyone who does not have a QR code to perform a test. At this time, a health pass is required to attend any event gathering more than 1000 people.
This means the festival is no exception. To get in, you will need to show a certificate of vaccination, or a negative test performed within the previous 48 hours. For anyone aged 11 or older, a document proving that you are immune will also be accepted.
Having been infected by the Coronavirus, Patrick Bruel did not come out unscathed from the health crisis. He poured all his feelings into his new album. Over a year and a half into the global pandemic, Patrick Bruel bore witness to the gradual crumbling of a society that, on the other side of these incredibly challenging times, may one day come to a realisation.
Empowered by solidarity, the singer is determined to give love and joy to his audience. He wants to help his fans make it out of this crisis, and out of the all-encompassing anxiety to finally reach a sense of normalcy again.
Being contaminated by the virus affected him greatly. “I did everything I could to get cured, to protect myself, to keep moving forward without panicking. With the help of doctors, over the phone, I did it. But the task was not an easy one,” he explained to France Info, describing these trying events as “bad times”.
It is in Paris that the singer managed to find all the strength he needed to work hard and bring regular live shows to his audience. Now, finally on a real stage once more, you will get to see him perform in September. Patrick Bruel’s concert in Valence, France, will be the occasion for a great reunion between the singer and his fans.