Queens Of The Stone Age, primer grupo de la historia en actuar en las Catacumbas de París

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Queens Of The Stone Age, the first group in history to perform in the Paris Catacombs

The Americans Queens Of The Stone Age They have been touring our country to offer great concerts to remember. But without a doubt none will be as historic as the one they will offer in the very same Catacombs of Paris.

The exact date of the performance has not been announced, but John Homme has confirmed at a press conference during Hellfest that Queens Of The Stone Age will be the first band in history to give a complete performance in the gloomy Catacombs of Paris, undoubtedly one of the most exceptional locations in Europe.

According to Homme, the band had been trying for almost two decades to book the venue and obtain permission to carry out this performance, which will be recorded live for later publication in various formats. And the occasion will be worth it.

Later, a representative of the band’s management confirmed that Homme’s words were serious and that more details will be given as the process progresses. For the moment, the band continues touring in their “The End Is Nero World Tour” which continues in Europe and then jumps to the United States and then Latin America.

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