This tour is the continuation of the 2010 tour with the same musicians (Francis Rimbert, Claude Samard and Jérome Gueguen). The track-list opens up to two pieces of the Téo and Téa album: Vintage and Teo & Tea. From the Sofia concert and moving on, Jarre will feed a pot called “A cent for education” on the purpose of giving on each child on earth … Continue reading 2011 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 … Continue reading 2010 tour
Jean-Michel Jarre, Francis Rimbert, Dpminique Perrier and Claude Samard performed the same concerts he did in Marigny Theater, Paris all around Europe.
Only nice theaters, like the Royal Albert Hall did host the show.
The tour was very successful, people relying on the legend of Jarre’s first hit album, Oxygène.
Oxygène 13 was added to the setlist to lake the concerts a bit longer, and much more impro was brought each and every night. Continue reading “Oxygene 30th Anniversary Tour (European Tour from March to December)”
|European Tour, 37 venues|
|Date||May 3 to June 26 (Europe) and October 10 to 20 (France) 1997|
|Crew||3 keyboardists, a bass player, a percussionist and a drummer|
|Notes: Jarre plays most of both “Oxygène” plus classic tracks on analog synths for his first in-door tour ever.|
Jarre is ongoing with his World Arena In-doors Tour. This spectacular set of lasers and lights associated with Jarres’ greatest hits over the years has gathered thousands throughout Europe. It is produced with the original synths that spread through his 30 years of success, and three fine keyboard masters, Clade Samard, Francis Rimbert and Dominique Perrier. Jarre says he is looking forward to each venue … Continue reading In-doors World Tour 2009
|Europe in concert
European Tour, 14 venues
|Length||15 songs depending on the venue|
|Crew||4 keyboardists, a guitar and bass player and a percussionist and a drummer|
|Notes: Jarre promotes Chronologie in an european tour with a “rock” band in spectacular venues.|
|Concerts in China
5 concerts in Beijing (2), Shanghai (In-door)
|Dates||October 21 and 22 in Beijing, October 26, 27 and 28 in Shanghai|
|Length||From 6 songs to 14 songs|
|Crew||3 synthmen, 1 drummer|
|Notes: Jarre was the first Occidental artist to perform in post-Mao’s China.|