It was on their Twitter account, this Saturday, January 7, that Indochine shared a new rant. Indeed, the famous French group recently learned of the displacement of one of their concerts in Perpignan.
New brilliance for the group Indochina. This Saturday, January 7, the performers of I asked the moon recently learned of the move of their concert originally planned to Argeles-sur-mer, in the city of Perpignan. It is within the framework of the festival Les déferlantes, that the mythical French group must perform this summer. However, they threaten to cancel their visit if the festival does not take place at the place initially planned. And for good reason, this Saturday, January 7, the Indochine group published an official press release on Twitter announcing that they had been notified very recently, shortly before the official announcement made by the festival.
“Presented as a fait accompli”
The group led by Nicola Sirkis thus stated: “Yesterday morning, we were faced with the fait accompli, that the Les Déferlantes festival, where we are scheduled on July 8, was moving to Perpignan instead of the site initially planned… Last night, the RN mayor of Perpignan tweeted that he was happy to host the Festival Les Déferlantes…”. Obviously the group does not wish to be associated with the political color of the city in the South of France, and very seriously threatens a cancellation of his visit. In the next weeks, the fans of the group will know if their concert will be maintained or not… Indochina’s tweet provoked many reactions among Internet users. If some did not understand this decision, believing that the fans were taken hostage, others completely validated the choice of Nicola Sirkis and his acolytes. On to the next episode…