Famous for the duo he formed with Arthur Garfunkel in the 1970s, Paul Simon is back in France where he will give an exceptional concert on November 14, 2016, at the Palais des Congrès de la Porte Maillot in Paris.
He is a giant of international pop-folk music who will perform next November at the Palais des Congrès in Porte Maillot. Paul Simon will perform there one evening for an exceptional concert that will delight his many fans.
Paul Simon is best known for his collaboration with Art Garfunkel in the 1970s. Their hits have marked the history of pop music. Sounds of Silence, Bridge over troubled water, Mrs Robinson and even the soundtrack for the film The Winner… have been incredible successes and their albums have sold millions of copies.
In 1971, the duo separated. But Paul Simon continues the adventure alone and records a first solo album soberly titled Paul Simon. He will continue to compose many albums including Graceland, in 1986, which will be a huge success.
To the delight of fans, he will reform his duet with Garfunkel in the 2000s for american and international tours that will take the duo to North America, Europe, Japan, Australia…
Today, Paul Simon has just released a new album, the thirteenth solo, particularly creative, Stranger to Stranger, where he proves that he has lost none of his pop accents, experimenting in passing some rhythms and sounds of music of the world, like the eternal innovator that it has never ceased to be. At 74, Paul Simon confirms, if he had to, that he remains one of the greatest singer and songwriter on the music planet.
Tickets on sale at the usual approved points of sale.
We strongly recommend that you make arrangements to arrive before show start time due to security checks and government measures related to the "Vigipirate" posture which may be in effect on the date of the concert. The performance time varies depending on the places hosting the show. Refer to the time displayed on your tickets.
November 14, 2016 at the Palais des Congrès at Porte Maillot in Paris
2, place de la Porte-Maillot, 75017 Paris