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Black City Concerts

Indochine

Year: 2014

Runtime: 03:16:40

June 26, 2010: Indochine go down in history as the first French group to fill the Stade de France national stadium. 4 years later, the group repeats the exploit, this time with two incredible shows on June 27 and 28, 2014: the Black City Concerts.

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Rock

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Rock, Progressive Rock, Documentary, Folk, Metal

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