Sylvie Vartan victim of an 'apocalyptic' concert: 'I was asked to stop' VIDEO

While she was giving a show in Villars-les-Dombes, in Ain, the popular singer Sylvie Vartan was forced to shorten her performance. The weather conditions quickly became catastrophic, as evidenced by the video shared by the star on Instagram.

  Sylvie Vartan victim of'un concert "apocalyptique" : "On m'a demandé d'arrêter" VIDEO

It's only a postponement... Wednesday, September 7, 2022, Sylvie Vartan was supposed to give a performance on the stage of the Parc des Oiseaux, in Villars-les-Dombes, but everything did not go as planned. Indeed, the very popular singer, now 78 years old, finally canceled the concert in an emergency but promises her many fans to come back as soon as possible.

But what happened?

On his Instagram account, the interpreter of the tubes Like a boy , The most beautiful to go dancing or The Maritza broadcast a long message to relate his misadventure. Sylvie Vartan writes: In all the years I've been singing, I've never had to face this kind of experience. It was one thing to be on stage and sing and quite another to sit in the audience receiving downpours. Suddenly the wind started blowing the musicians' scores, the force of the rain redoubled and the stage was suddenly flooded. In front of this apocalyptic vision. Security asked me to stop the concert…and they started evacuating people.
This whole situation has upset us all deeply. We will try to come back next year under warmer skies.
“Sylvie Vartan was therefore the victim of capricious weather and she also revealed images through a video.

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This concert was an opportunity for the former companion of the late Johnny Hallyday – who was not the last to perform in the rain! - to defend on stage his latest studio album entitled ' Thanks for looking “published in 2021. An album on which she notably collaborated with Clara Luciani or La Grande Sophie.

' I didn't do it alone. I did it in the benevolent gaze of the public, especially when I always privileged my passages on stage. My shows and this sharing that I had from the start and with people. And as my life made that I was in broad daylight for many years, which was very tumultuous, volcanic, flamboyant... I confess that I am one of those who are part of my family. At the same time, because it was my daily life, it was my daily life during and it is still practically my daily life “, confided Sylvie Vartan last year on the airwaves of RTL in full promotion of her disc.