Jacques Higelin's Concert History

Jacques Higelin (born Jacques Joseph Victor Higelin on 18 October 1940 in Brou-sur-Chantereine, Seine-et-Marne, France; died 6 April 2018 in Paris) was a French pop singer who rose to prominence in the early 1970s. Early in his career, many of Higelin's songs were effectively blacklisted from French radio because of his controversial left wing political beliefs, and his association with socialist groups. He and his wife, Kuelan, are the parents of three children, including musician Arthur H. and actor Ken Higelin.

Date   Concert   Venue   Location  
Jun 27, 2010 –
Jun 27, 2010
Solidays 2010  
Wax Tailor / Florence and the Machine / Brother Ali / Wolfmother / Local Natives / Toots & The Maytals / Florence / Rodrigo y Gabriela / Blood Red Shoes / Shaka Ponk / Ghinzu / Crookers / Pony Pony Run Run / Revolver / Skip the Use / Archive / Nneka / Chinese Man / Femi Kuti / N.E.R.D. / Diam's / Hindi Zahra / Jil Is Lucky / Gush / BB Brunes / General Elektriks / Izia / Java / Delphic / Hocus Pocus / Oxmo Puccino / Vanessa Paradis / Olivia Ruiz / Beat Torrent / Staff Benda Bilili / Babylon Circus / Jeff Lang / Curry and Coco / The Souljazz Orchestra / SMOD / Kasabian / Missill / Jacques Higelin / Audrey Lavergne / FEFÈ / Phoebe Killdeer & The Short Straws / Winston McAnuff / Namaste / Oldelaf / Fanga / Carmen Maria Vega / Mei Tei Sho / Miss White and the Drunken Piano
Solidays Paris,
Aug 05, 1999 Jacques Higelin Espace Soubeyran Crest, France
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