To remember the last concerts, here is the Recap of Sporting Summer Festival.
The legendary Festival of the Principality will host world famous for evenings of the most promising groups. Having already hosted big stars this year such as Rod Stewart, Gladys Knight, Lana Del Rey, Seal and many others, the show is not over and the Salle des Etoiles continues to shine.
Tom Jones July 30th, 2016:
This is not the first time that the British singer, artist of the millennium elected by the Rock & Folk magazine, come to the sporting. Armed with his greatest hits such as “Sex Bomb”, “Delilah”, “It’s Not Unusual” or “What’s New Pussycat?”, The singer of pop and blue-eyed soul nicknamed “The Voice” will illuminate the scene.
Rates: 400 € per person (no drinks, dinner-show) / 220 € per person (consumption-show)
Scorpions August 2:
For their 50th Anniversary Tour, the hard rock and heavy metal group of the Germany known with titles such as “Wind Of Change”, “Send Me an Angel”, “Still Loving You”, “Rock You Like a Hurricane” and also “Always Somewhere”, they will present their latest album “Return to Forever” released last year. Klaus Meine on vocals, Rudolf Schenker on rhythm guitar, Matthias Jabs on lead guitar, James Kottak on drums and Pawel Macidowa on bass, do not miss the Scorpions because they will go to China, Romania and the South America.
Rates: 400 € per person (drinks not dinner show) / 220 € per person (consumption-show)
The Insus August 3:
Behind The Insus, the former members of the famous Telephone Group, Jean-Louis Aubert, Louis Bertignac and Richard Kolinka resume their old repertoire including “Another World,” “Cinderella,” “La Bombe Humaine”, “Spit your venom “or” Argent Trop Cher “. Having managed three concerts last year, they gave 21 this year and are on tour since June 16 Backed by bassist Aleksander Angelov, their concert will be standing more rock!
Prices: € 100 per person
John Newman August 4:
For the first time, the young English singer’s hit “Love Me Again” that exploded sales in 2013, happens to Sporting. Awarded three Brit Awards, it’s in the same spirit as its ultra-dancing single that the artist has released a second album “Revolve” last year, just as catchy. By his energy and artistic sensibility, he just ignite the dancefloor with his upright Sporting concert.
Prices: € 100 per person
Charles Aznavour August 6:
The author-songwriter, actor, writer and sacred French diplomat “Greatest Artist of the 20th Century” by CNN and awarded the Honorary Award at the NRJ Music Awards last year, is not the end of his career despite his 92 years. This legend of the medium, with its thousands of concerts around the world, thousands of songs recorded and some 180 million records sold, illuminates the stage to the delight of his fans with songs such as “Hier Encore “, and” Les Plaisirs Démodés.”
Rates: 600 € per person (no drinks, dinner-show) / 300 € per person (consumption-show)
Enrique Iglesias Aug. 13:
Among the Spanish celebrities, Enrique Iglesias is a mid-size. His eponymous debut album sold a million copies in just three months and today it totals 100 million records sold. It holds the number one record in the history of Billboard, his hit “Bailando” has exceeded one billion views on Youtube and he is on tour for his latest album SEX AND LOVE released in 2014. His show at the Sporting is going to set temperature.
Price: 400 € per person excluding drinks