Indochine at Stade de France
Biography of Indochine
The group, Indochine, then made up of Nicolas Sirkis on vocals, Dominique Nicolas on solo guitar, and Dimitri Bodianski on saxophone, started out in 1981. This initial set-up was quickly completed by Stéphane Sirkis in 1982.
Performing in a style between Pop Rock and New Wave, Indochine had success with the unforgettable singles "The adventurer", "Three nights a week" and "Alice and June".
They became one of the first French groups to fill the prestigious concert halls of Bercy, and of course of Stade de France, and also experienced major international success.
Indochine’s previous concerts at Stade de France
June 2010The Meteor Tour
This tour that was organised to mark the release of "La République des Météors", their 11th album, ran from June 26, 2009 to January 31, 2011, with no less than 69 concerts.
Accompanied by the guitarist, Oli de Sat, Nicolas Sirkis and François Soulier appeared at Stade de France on June 26, 2010.
June 2014The Black City Tour
On June 27 and 28, 2014, Indochine appeared at Stade de France for the last two dates of the Black City Tour. Two concerts that fans were quick to let us relive on social networks.
For these concerts, we also proposed the Stade Indochinois mini-series, which traced the history of Indochine at Stade de France up to the concerts on June 27 and 28, 2014, told by Nicolas Sirkis.