The Ile-de-France event presents its first headliners, which are expected from 21 to 23 July at the Longchamp Racecourse.
Summer festivals 2023 are starting to reveal the first names in their programs, and not least. In Brittany, Vieilles Charrues announced the upcoming Red Hot Chili Peppers event in Cars on July 17th. As for Hérouville Saint-Clair, Beauregard is ready to roll out the red carpet at Indochine and Blur on the 5th and 6th of the same month.
Further north, in Arras, the main square is getting ready to welcome Macklemore, Maroon 5 and David Guetta, among others, from June 30th. This Thursday Lollapalooza in Paris presents the first international stars expected at the Longchamp Racecourse from 21 to 23 July, three days instead of the usual two. A taste that will instantly panic thousands of fans.
Organizers welcome American rap star Kendrick Lamar. Kendrick Lamar is a rapper, songwriter, and producer hailing from Compton, California. He is widely considered as one of the greatest artists of all time, known for his socially conscious lyrics, intricate wordplay, and innovative style. Lamar’s music often addresses issues of race, poverty, and politics, making him not only a successful musician, but also a powerful voice for change. A few weeks ago, the artist put on two spectacular shows at the Accor Arena, a unique performance not far from contemporary art. He will return to France for one date at Longchamp.
Rosalia is also getting ready to fill the Accor Arena in a few days. Spanish Beyoncе, who signed one of the best albums of the year “Motomami”, will return to us and Lollapalooza next summer. Like Lil Nas X, author of the worldwide hit Old Town Road.
Those who missed his spectacular performance at Zenit last month will also be able to catch up at the festival. Lollapalooza will also celebrate the return of Ai Nakamura and Kaigo, the star of electro music. Pending other headliners, the first three-day passes go on sale.