For the Sting concert, will Brive Festival put additional tickets on sale?

For the Sting concert, will Brive Festival put additional tickets on sale?
For the Sting concert, will Brive Festival put additional tickets on sale?

This is good news for fans of the global star. Brive Festival has had authorization from the Corrèze prefecture to increase the gauge of its concert on July 11, 2024.

This evening is yet another tangible proof that the largest music festival in Corrèze has changed dimension.

Scheduled for Thursday July 11, 2024, the concert by Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, aka Sting, at Brive Festival was sold out, just one month after the announcement of his exceptional arrival in Corrèze, which caused a lot of frustration among fans. of the star who did not take time to buy the precious sesames.

We’ll have to act quickly!

Since this Wednesday, May 29, they have one more chance to be able to attend this evening which already promises to be memorable, full of emotions and songs that have marked generations.

Festival production, organizer of Brive festival, has received authorization from the Corrèze prefecture to be able to increase its daily capacity. He will therefore be able to exceptionally put back on sale a few hundred tickets for Sting’s evening (with Imany, Voodoo Cello and Annie Lalalove).

But we will have to do it very quickly. The ticket office will reopen for this evening on June 3, 2024, at 10 a.m.

Brive Festival announced this Wednesday, May 29, the official finalization of an agreement for the sale of its activities by its current shareholders, Vivendi (70%) and Groupe Center France (30%), to a group of investors from the Region: Stéphane Canarias, the general director of Festival Production, Thierry Blandinières, Christian Dayre, Frédéric Gervoson and Simon Gillham who serves as president. Brive Festival thus becomes a completely independent festival.

Who are the new bosses of Brive Festival, who bought this machine to make crowds dance from Vivendi?

Dragan Perovic

#French

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