PARIS – May 5, 2020
REPORT OF THE OLYMPIA
Due to the global COVID-19 epidemic, we are forced to postpone MURRAY HEAD’s concert at the Olympia for the second time. After having to postpone the concert from March 28, 2020 to June 30, 2020, we are obliged to postpone this concert to Sunday November 29, 2020 at 8 p.m.
Tickets purchased for the concert will remain valid for this postponement. However, customers who already wish to have their tickets refunded can contact the point of sale where they were purchased, within two months, until July 5, 2020 inclusive.
We deeply regret this postponement and thank the spectators for their understanding.
The Gérard Drouot Productions team
The postponement dates of the tour remain as follows:
The tickets in your possession will remain valid for these new sessions. However, customers who already wish to have their tickets reimbursed can contact the point of sale where they were purchased (reimbursement period of 2 months from the date of the postponement announcement, i.e. May 18 2020).
We deeply regret these last minute cancellations and thank the organizers, the hall and the spectators for their understanding.
The Gérard Drouot Production team
Murray Head will return to Olympia on November 29, 2020 to perform and rediscover his entire cult album “Say It Ain’t So”.
There are albums that are part of our life, our history, our memories … “Say It Ain’t So” is one of those that a whole generation has listened to over and over and continues to seduce younger.
Murray Head, eternal rebel, promises to transport you to his world of rock and ballads. He will be accompanied on stage by his loyal musicians, the brilliant guitarist Phil Palmer, the violinist Geoffrey Richardson, the bassist Jennifer Maidman, the saxophonist Harry Fausing Smith and the drummer Ally McDougal.