2010 tour

Jean-Michel Jarre continues in March 2010 the tour he started with the In-doors project, with fellowmen Francis Rimbert, Claude Samard and Dominique Perrier (replaced in May 2010 by Jérôme Gueguen, due to Dominique’s wife health issues).


The title of the tour is an hommage to the Novel written by Arthur C. Clarke (the sequel to “2001, a space odyssey”). In additional to the lasers of the In-doors tour, Jarre displayed a huge screen in the backdrop with animations such as a giant earth dropping down, a Modular Moog or counting down numbers on the new track called Statistics Adagio.

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Jean-Michel Jarre in front the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, 31 July 2010

On the 10.10.2010, Jarre broadcasted his concert called the “10-10-10 project” from London live on YouTube with special animations. The summer tour featured four outdoor concerts, in Greece, Turkey, Spain (the Compostela concert was brodacasted by the public television) and Lebanon.

List of the concerts

01.03.2010 Katowice Poland Spodek
03.03.2010 Braunschweig Germany Volkswagen Halle
04.03.2010 Hamburg Germany Color Line Arena
05.03.2010 Berlin Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle
06.03.2010 Oberhausen Germany König-Pilsener Arena
09.03.2010 Stuttgart Germany Porsche-Arena
11.03.2010 Leipzig Germany Arena Leipzig
12.03.2010 Bamberg Germany JAKO Arena
13.03.2010 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
14.03.2010 Mannheim Germany SAP Arena
17.03.2010 Bordeaux France Patinoire Mériadeck
18.03.2010 Nantes France Zenith
20.03. 2010 Marseille France Le Dôme
21.03.2010 Nice France Palais Nikaïa
23.03.2010 Toulouse France Zenith
24.03.2010 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier
25.03.2010 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Bercy
26.03.2010 Strasbourg France Zenith
28.03.2010 Liège Belgium Country Hall Ethias
24.03.2010 Budapest Hungary Sports Arena
26.05.2010 Liberec Czech Republic Tipsport Arena
27.05.2010 Bratislava Slovakia Sibamac Arena
30.05.2010 Thessaloniki Greece The Earth Theater (outdoor)
01.06.2010 Athens Greece Faliro Pavilion
03.06.2010 Bucharest Romania Sala Polivalenta
15.06.2010 Istanbul Turkey Turkcell Kurucesme Arena (outdoor)
31.07.2010 Santiago de Compostela Spain Plaza del Obradoiro (outdoor)
28.07.2010 Oslo Norway Akerhus Festning
18.09.2010 Beirut Lebanon Beirut Souks (outdoor)
30.09.2010 Tours France Le Grand Hall
03.10.2010 Glasgow Scotland Braehead Arena
04.10.2010 Dublin Ireland O2 Arena
06.10.2010 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
08.10.2010 Birmingham England NIA Academy
09.10.2010 Manchester England Arena
10.10.2010 London England O2 Arena (10-10-10 project)
13.10.2010 Clermont-Ferrand France Zénith d’Auvergne
14.10.2010 Limoges France Zénith
15.10.2010 Rouen France Zénith Grand Quevilly
16.10.2010 Lille France Zénith de Lille
04.11.2010 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier
05.11.2010 Geneva Switzerland Geneva Arena
06.11.2010 Amnéville France Amphitheatre Le Galaxie
07.11.2010 Dijon France Zénith
11.11.2010 Tricity Poland Ergo Arena
13.11.2010 Płock Poland Orlen Arena
14.11.2010 Wrocław Poland Hala Stulecia
15.11.2010 Rzeszów Poland Hala Podpromie
24.11.2010 Brest France Parc De Penfeld
25.11.2010 Caen France Zenith
26.11.2010 Amiens France Zenith
27.11.2010 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
01.12.2010 Épernay France Millesium
02.12.2010 Orléans France Zenith
03.12.2010 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
08.12.2010 Saint-Étienne France Zenith
09.12.2010 Toulon France Zenith
10.12.2010 Montpellier France Zenith
11.12.2010 Pau France Zenith

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