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Les Enfoirés 2014 ticket sale tomorrow! (Tuesday, 19th November)

Les Enfoirés

The internet sale for Les Enfoirés 2014 is on Tuesday morning at 9:30am (Paris time aka CET = Central European Time). Make sure to check the correct time for yourself: The World Clock. If you are in France, you can buy tickets from ticket offices at 9am (30 minutes before internet sale starts).

Alizée has not confirmed her presence yet! But she has been there last 6 times (2008-2013) and certainly is interested going there again. If the Danse avec les stars tour schedule is not conflicting with the Les Enfoirés concerts. (And the possible album release early 2014.)

The seven concerts are held from 15th of January to 20th of January. There is two concerts on 19th of January, one at the morning and one at the evening. The last three concerts are recorded for TV and DVD. The place is Zénith de Strasbourg (also known as Zénith Strasbourg Europe), situated in Eckbolsheim, on the western outskirt of Strasbourg. The concert hall is accessible via tram network and busses.

The general info of the sale (in French) :

Ticket price for the first concert (general practice) :
– standing : 43 euros
– sitting : 53 euros

Ticket price for all the other six concerts :
– standing : 53 euros
– sitting : 65 euros

Choose your place as you feel able to attend the concerts. Standing places are the best places to get close to stage. But remember that the concert lasts three hours minimum, the longest (Strasbourg 2008) has been over four hours. There is no room to sit down on the floor during the concert. If you faint you will be removed from the concert by the security.

Getting to first row in the hall means waiting in line from six to twelwe hours before the concert, depending on the day (last 3 concerts are the hardest as they are recorded for the TV and DVD). And even then the first row is not guaranteed. There is always people who gets in before general audience.

Places to buy the tickets on the internet :

FNAC : http://www.fnac.fr/
– e-ticket/self-printable ticket = 0.50 euros
– delivery to abroad = 14.40 euros
– pickup from any FNAC in France, Belgium or Switzerland, the latest one day before the concert
– the site is very very very very slow and unstable as hell during the sale! Prepare to lose your sanity
– not possible to see how many tickets are left (you are only able to select the days that still has tickets, and even those tickets comes to sale in small batches)

Ticketnet : http://www.ticketnet.fr/
no e-ticket/self-printable tickets !
– delivery to abroad = 14.50 euros
– pickup from certain stores in Stasbourg (make sure which ones)
– the site is very slow and the virtual queue can get stuck or reset itself, it’s very unreliable
– number of tickets that are left can be seen (at least sometimes) but may not be accurate

Digitick : http://www.digitick.com/
– e-ticket/self-printable ticket = 0.50 euros
– delivery to abroad = 15 euros
– also accepts PayPal payments
– not sure reliability (last year I think the site went down)

Picking up the ticket from a store in Strasbourg is free. This must be done at least day before the concert starts. In all the sites delivery to France is about 7 euros, and in some places delivery to Belgium/Luxembourg/Switzerland is couple euros more. All the other countries roughly 14 to 15 euros depending on the site.

Max 4 tickets per person (per credit card)

The tickets are sold out within first two hours. You must purchase as soon as you possibly can, and still it’s not sure you will get one.

Good luck. You are going to need it…

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