The NLP tour is full, the band adds five dates including two at the AccorHotels Arena this summer

The seven dates of the NLP tour announced in May and next June posting full in less than a week, five new dates have just been announced.

As good kings of com 'anxious of originality, the two members of the French rap group PNL were landing last weekend (29-30 November) "space capsules" in different cities of France to announce their 2020 tour. The dates, seven in France in total, plus one in Luxembourg, were then announced drop-dead on social networks in the form of GPS coordinates of the cities visited. Fans who came close to these funny octagonal objects were able to book the first tickets of this tour.

It was Lyon (Halle Tony Garnier) on May 30, 2020, Nice (Palais Nikaïa) on May 31, Nantes (Zenith) on June 2, Toulouse (Zenith) on June 4, Lille (Zenith) on June 11, Strasbourg (Zénith) on June 14 and Nîmes (Les Arènes) on June 27. Plus a date in Luxembourg (Rock Hall) on June 12th.

A week later, all these dates, except the Arènes de Nîmes, are sold out. It is understandable, as their previous tour offered a grandiose scenography, as we found at the AccorHotels Arena in 2017. The two brothers of Corbeil-Essonne have just announced five additional dates:

Toulouse (Zenith) on June 5th
Lille (Zenith) on June 10
Dijon (Zenith) on June 16th
Paris AccorHotels Arena 17 and 18 July 2020

PNL, consisting of the two brothers Ademo and N.O.S., released in early April his third album, Two brothers. "16 titles dominated more than ever by a monstrous spleen that nothing seems to cure", we wrote at the time. And this despite a success more and more insolent at each release, starting with the one won by their clips.

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That, spectacular, of the song DD, filmed at the top of the Eiffel Tower, has just won the medal of the most viewed music video of France in 2019 on YouTube with 128 million views.

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