CELEBRATE A MONTH OF FRENCH MUSIC IN NEW YORK

FÊTE DE LA MUSIQUE AT CITY PARKS FOUNDATION'S SUMMERSTAGE
IN CENTRAL PARK

-M- AND ÉMILIE SIMON

SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, 2014 
7 – 10 PM, Doors Open 6 PM (FREE)
Enter Park at 5th Ave & 69th St

Artists Performing:

-M- “One of the prime movers and shakers of the French music scene” – RFI Music

-M- (Matthieu Chedid) is legendary in France for his electrifying stadium-filling concerts, lavish costumes, & playful stage presence. A two-time chart-topper with Qui de nous deux & Mister Mystère, Chedid records under the stage name -M- from Chedid's first initial & the similar sounding word “aime”, meaning “love”.  -M- has collaborated with everyone from Johnny Hallyday to Sean Lennon.

ÉMILIE SIMON “She’s the real deal“ – The Independent UK

Émilie Simon, an electro pop star in France, brings her 6th album Mue, into fresh territory with subtle lyrics & lush orchestral arrangements. Self-composed & arranged, the album boasts a strong cast of musicians & producers who’ve worked with everyone from Bat for Lashes to The Clash, David Bowie, Tahiti Boy, Lana Del Rey, TV on the Radio, & The Strokes. The album combines fierce contemporary pop with the romance of traditional ballads & the result is powerful.

FRANCE ROCKS JUNE

BRODINSKI, CLUB CHEVAL, & LOUISAHHH!!!
@ OUTPUT (BK) – JUNE 3
ME’SHELL NDEGEOCELLO 
@ LPR – JUNE 3
PHOENIX
@ GOVERNOR’S BALL – JUNE 6
MELISSA LAVEAUX & MÉLANIE PAIN (NOUVELLE VAGUE)
@ BROOKFIELD ARTS - JUNE 13
STROMAE
@ BEST BUY THEATER – JUNE 20 (SOLD OUT)
-M- and ÉMILIE SIMON
@ SUMMERSTAGE – JUNE 21 (FREE)
JEAN-MICHEL PILC and MOUTIN FACTORY
@ SMALLS – JUNE 23

Hosted annually in 700+ cities in over 100 countries outside of France across the world, Fête de la Musique sells out Central Park yearly. With this and other shows, there’s a lot of French music to look forward to in New York this June.

Central Park SummerStage 69th St and 5th Avenue New York, NY

Fete de la Musique 2014 at SummerStage in Central Park: -M- and Émilie Simon

When
June 21, 2014 | 7 PM
Where
Central Park SummerStage
69th St and 5th Avenue
New York, NY

CELEBRATE A MONTH OF FRENCH MUSIC IN NEW YORK

FÊTE DE LA MUSIQUE AT CITY PARKS FOUNDATION'S SUMMERSTAGE
IN CENTRAL PARK

-M- AND ÉMILIE SIMON

SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, 2014 
7 – 10 PM, Doors Open 6 PM (FREE)
Enter Park at 5th Ave & 69th St

Artists Performing:

-M- “One of the prime movers and shakers of the French music scene” – RFI Music

-M- (Matthieu Chedid) is legendary in France for his electrifying stadium-filling concerts, lavish costumes, & playful stage presence. A two-time chart-topper with Qui de nous deux & Mister Mystère, Chedid records under the stage name -M- from Chedid's first initial & the similar sounding word “aime”, meaning “love”.  -M- has collaborated with everyone from Johnny Hallyday to Sean Lennon.

ÉMILIE SIMON “She’s the real deal“ – The Independent UK

Émilie Simon, an electro pop star in France, brings her 6th album Mue, into fresh territory with subtle lyrics & lush orchestral arrangements. Self-composed & arranged, the album boasts a strong cast of musicians & producers who’ve worked with everyone from Bat for Lashes to The Clash, David Bowie, Tahiti Boy, Lana Del Rey, TV on the Radio, & The Strokes. The album combines fierce contemporary pop with the romance of traditional ballads & the result is powerful.

FRANCE ROCKS JUNE

BRODINSKI, CLUB CHEVAL, & LOUISAHHH!!!
@ OUTPUT (BK) – JUNE 3
ME’SHELL NDEGEOCELLO 
@ LPR – JUNE 3
PHOENIX
@ GOVERNOR’S BALL – JUNE 6
MELISSA LAVEAUX & MÉLANIE PAIN (NOUVELLE VAGUE)
@ BROOKFIELD ARTS - JUNE 13
STROMAE
@ BEST BUY THEATER – JUNE 20 (SOLD OUT)
-M- and ÉMILIE SIMON
@ SUMMERSTAGE – JUNE 21 (FREE)
JEAN-MICHEL PILC and MOUTIN FACTORY
@ SMALLS – JUNE 23

Hosted annually in 700+ cities in over 100 countries outside of France across the world, Fête de la Musique sells out Central Park yearly. With this and other shows, there’s a lot of French music to look forward to in New York this June.

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