Concerts 2020

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Mireille Mathieu just has announced concerts for 2020 – Prague, Bratislava, Budapest and Warsaw.

French chanson singer Mireille Mathieu performs at the Prague Congress Center in early March 2019. The two concerts have been hopelessly sold out. The performer of many famous songs announced few new dates for spring seasion 2020. Concerts will be in the beginning of March 2020 in Prague, Bratislava, Budapest and Warsaw.

Mireille Mathieu has been on the music scene since the 1960s. Definitely her place belongs between singer stars such as Paul Anka, Charles Aznavour, Tom Jones and others. She dedicated her music to the genre chanson, and nowdays she is the greatest living legend representing this musical direction. She performed in the world’s most prestigious music halls, collaborated with famous names and sold tens of millions of music copies In France she is definitely a national icon.

« Mireille Mathieu has many fans all over the world, and we are more than happy have a chance to promote and start selling tickets for next seasion in spring 2020. » Květa Havelková PR director at JVS Group.

Her newly announced concerts will be played by Mathieu with the accompanying orchestra. The most famous songs of her lifetime career and even the newly recorded songs from the Mes Classiques album, recorded video clips in the historical premises of Prague Castle.

Tickets are available on the Ticketportal.cz, Eventim.hu, Eventim.pl,Ticketportal.sk

Source : JVSgroup

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