A multi-award-winning artist with more than 4 million albums sold, GIMS will be performing at the Stade de France on September 28th. A monumental concert not to be missed, with DADJU first part!
An author, composer, producer and performer, he creates music able to make the whole of Europe dance to the rhythms of Congolese rumba, French variety or songs with urban pop tones. Hidden behind his famous dark glasses, GIMS is an out-of-the-ordinary artist and showman!
TIMES FOR GIMS AT STADE DE FRANCE
Day of the event: Saturday, September 28th 2019
BOOK MY TICKETS FOR GIMS
To book tickets for the GIMS concert on Saturday, September 28th 2019 at Stade de France, click on the "Book my seat" button to select the price category of your choice, add a parking space to your cart if necessary and proceed with the payment.
Black market vigilance
Beware of scams - by purchasing your tickets on websites not authorised by the producer of the show, you run the risk of:
- Paying far too much for them
- Not receiving the tickets or receiving tickets for different seat categories than those ordered. As these sites have no certain and official source of ticket supply, they are not able to guarantee them to you.
You have no recourse. In case of difficulty, you will not necessarily be able to call on a professional ready to meet their commitments and to compensate you if applicable, even though you have already paid or incurred transport or accommodation costs.
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Therefore, we advise you to use our official ticket office for shows: https://www.stadefrance.com
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