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Louise Attaque

Louise Attaque Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 78,903
Category Rock Français, French, Rock
Concerts
Jun
05
Theatres Romains De Fourviere
Lyon
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Jun
06
Parc De Valmy A Argeles
Argeles
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Jun
08
Le Prisme
Aurillac
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Jun
27
Aluna Festival
Ruoms
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Jun
28
PLAINE DU LOUVRE
Bobital
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Jun
29
PLAINE DU LOUVRE
Bobital
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Jun
30
Solidays 2024
Paris
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Jun
30
Hippodrome de Longchamp
Paris 16 Passy
Tickets
Jul
06
Pause Guitare 2024
Albi
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Jul
12
Musilac 2024
Aix-les-bains
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Jul
12
Aix les Bains - Esplanade du Lac
Aix-les-bains
Tickets
Jul
13
AMPHITHEATRE PLEIN AIR - ZENITH DE NANCY
Nancy
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Jul
17
PARVIS DU ZENITH
Toulon
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Jul
18
JARDIN HENRI VINAY
Le Puy-en-velay
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Jul
20
Festival Art Sonic 2024
Briouze
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Jul
25
Au Fil Du Son 2024
Civray
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Jul
27
THEATRE JEAN-DESCHAMPS
Carcassonne
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Jul
28
Plein Air
Luxey
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Aug
09
LES JARDINS DE LA PALUD
Landerneau
Tickets
Aug
10
LES JARDINS DE LA PALUD
Landerneau
Tickets
About Louise Attaque
Louise Attaque is a french band founded in 1994. Its style could be described as something between chanson and folk-rock, although it has evolved since their first album Louise attaque, which was sold more than 2 million copies without any tv or radio promotion. Several of the group's albums were produced by Gordon Gano, lead singer of Violent Femmes, a band which Louise Attaque often cite as an influence and for whom their own band is named: "Louise" is a feminine name, taken from Louise Michel –a french anarchist militant in France in the nineteenth century– and "attaque" connotates violence, it literally means "attack" in French –in reference of the Violent Femmes. History Climb to the top (1990-2001) Caravage (1990-1994) Lead singer and guitarist Gaëtan Roussel and bassist Robin Feix met in high school in Montargis. They moved to Paris after graduation where they met drummer Alexandre Margraff and formed a rock band : Caravage (named after the famous Italian painter Caravaggio). After briefly hiring a lead guitarist, the band met violinist Arnaud Samuel while recording in a Parisian studio. Louise Attaque's phenomenal success (1997-2001) Louise Attaque was formed in 1994. The name means "Louise Attacks" in French and is in reference of Louise Michel, a 19th century anarchist, and of the American rock band The Violent Femmes (which means "violent women" in French). The Violent Femmes leader, Gordon Gano, has agreed to produce Louise Attaque's debut self-titled album. Louise attaque was released in april 1997, receiving a strong positive critical response. Despite low initial radio airplay, the reputation of the group spread rapidly, garnering particular praise for its innovative violin-based folk/rock compositions and witty lyrics. By the end of the year, Louise Attaque had already become a phenomenon, and with the help of a highly successful tour throughout France, the band had sold more than 400 000 units. Louise Attaque eventually went on to sale an impressive 2.5 million copies in France, a record for any French rock album (even outselling Noir Désir's highly popular 666667 Club album, released in 1996). It took almost three years until Louise Attaque 's sophomore album Comme on a dit was released (in january 2000), still produced by Gordon Gano. The album met expectations of fans and critics alike, a complex and daring effort that still evoked Louise Attaque 's now famous trademark. It was noted, however, that Comme On A Dit was darker than the debut album, and consequently less radio friendly. It still sold 700 000 copies in France. Yet in 2001, after touring for five months and appearing in various rock festivals, the band split up, explaining that they were temporarily out of inspiration and tired of the hype and pressure surrounding them. From separation to reunion (2001-2005) Tarmac & Ali Dragon Louise Attaque actually broke in two different groups. Singer Gaëtan Roussel and violinist Arnaud Samuel formed Tarmac, while bassist Robin Feix and drummer Alexandre Margraff formed Ali Dragon. Tarmac means tar in French. The group aims to explore the starker sounds of acoustic instruments, while Ali Dragon has turned towards underground experimental music featuring jam sessions (mostly electro and hip-hop). À Plus Tard Crocodile The four members of the group reunited in 2003 to pen a few songs, though at this point they didn't know whether they would release their material. After recording for a few weeks in the Electric Ladyland studios in New York, Louise Attaque finally decided to release a (highly anticipated) third album. À plus tard crocodile was released in september 2005. The title is in reference of the rock and roll song See You Later Alligator (funnily enough, "à plus tard crocodile" is a calque of the American catchphrase, which gives an unidiomatic expression in French). À Plus Tard Crocodile was said to be quite a departure from Louise Attaque 's previous work, a lighter and more varied album. Still, the group met with critical and chart success once again.
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Genres
Rock Français, French, Rock
Band members
Gaëtan Roussel, Arnaud Samuel, Robin Feix
Photos
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Louise Attaque Tour Cities
Aix-les-Bains, France Aurillac, France Bobital, France Argeles, France Nancy, France Briouze, France Albi, France Le Puy-en-Velay, France Paris 16 Passy, France Carcassonne, France Paris, France Toulon, France Landerneau, France Civray, France Luxey, France Ruoms, France Lyon, France

Frequently Asked Questions About Louise Attaque

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Louise Attaque on tour?

Yes, Louise Attaque is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Louise Attaque concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Louise Attaque tour is scheduled for 20 dates across 17 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Louise Attaque scheduled to play?

Louise Attaque is scheduled to play 20 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Louise Attaque tour start?

Louise Attaque’s tour starts Jun 05, 2024 and ends on Aug 10, 2024. They will play 17 cities; their most recent concert was held in Lyon at Theatres Romains De Fourviere and their next upcoming concert will be in Aurillac at Le Prisme.

What venues is Louise Attaque performing at?

As part of the Louise Attaque tour, Louise Attaque is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 05 - Lyon, France @ Theatres Romains De Fourviere
Jun 06 - Argeles, France @ Parc De Valmy A Argeles
Jun 08 - Aurillac, France @ Le Prisme
Jun 27 - Ruoms, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes @ Aluna Festival
Jun 28 - Bobital, France @ PLAINE DU LOUVRE
Jun 29 - Bobital, France @ PLAINE DU LOUVRE
Jun 30 - Paris, France @ Hippodrome Longchamp
Jun 30 - Paris 16 Passy, France @ Hippodrome de Longchamp
Jul 06 - Albi, France @ Base De Loisirs A Pratgraussals
Jul 12 - Aix-les-bains, France @ Esplanade Du Lac
Jul 12 - Aix-les-bains, France @ Aix les Bains - Esplanade du Lac
Jul 13 - Nancy, 54 @ AMPHITHEATRE PLEIN AIR - ZENITH DE NANCY
Jul 17 - Toulon, 83 @ PARVIS DU ZENITH
Jul 18 - Le Puy-en-velay, 43 @ JARDIN HENRI VINAY
Jul 20 - Briouze, France @ Plein Air
Jul 25 - Civray, France @ Place du Maréchal Leclerc
Jul 27 - Carcassonne, 11 @ THEATRE JEAN-DESCHAMPS
Jul 28 - Luxey, France @ Plein Air
Aug 09 - Landerneau, France @ LES JARDINS DE LA PALUD
Aug 10 - Landerneau, France @ LES JARDINS DE LA PALUD
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