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Last month in Rotterdam she climbed the Eurovision 2021 scoreboard and almost brought her country its sixth victory in the song contest. And now France’s Barbara Pravi is returning to the Netherlands, where her star power is still firmly intact.

On Monday the French singer released the first eight dates of her European tour. She’ll be visiting both Belgium and The Netherlands from 28 March until 7 April 2022. Benelux fans will be delighted to hear la chanteuse à demi in person and in all her glory.

 

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Writing on Instagram, Barbara said: “I’m super super happy to reveal the first dates of my European tour!!! Sales will open next Wednesday at 10 AM. See you soon my birds! Madness!”

Barbara Pravi on tour: Eight cities in 10 days

Quelle folie, indeed. Barbara Pravi will visit eight cities in just 10 days.

She’ll kickstart the tour in Melkweg, Amsterdam, a venue known for hosting several editions of Eurovision in Concert in the past. Sadly, Dutch fans who still haven’t got their tickets will need to look for another option, as it’s already sold out. C’est complet!

Brussels and Liège are her next stops on March 29 and 30. These are the only Belgian stops in her schedule so far.

Back in the Netherlands, Barbara will be performing at Nijmegen, Eindhoven, Groningen, Rotterdam and Utrecht. You know what happened the last time Barbara Pravi performed in Rotterdam…so get ready to experience all the feels.

There are no other dates confirmed thus far outside of France. But needless to say, she’s going to have a packed spring in 2022. As the world opens up, it will no doubt be opening up to Miss Pravi too!

At home Barbara has already sold out her first night in Paris’ Le Trianon, and she’s added a second date on March 2, 2022.

Le Trianon is an iconic hall in Paris which has welcomed plenty of big names. Rihanna, Fifth Harmony and M.I.A. have taken turns on that stage, as well as Eurovision 2012 star Anggun.

Are you excited for Barbara’s European tour? Are you attending any of her concerts? Let us know in the comments box down below!

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Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
7 days ago

YES !!! I have tickets for Barbara ‘s concert in Utrecht on 7th of april 2022, I can ‘t wait !!

Ern
Ern
7 days ago

I really think she should have won.

Also, I just learned that Barbara is half Serbian (via her Father). I wonder if she’ll be adding a few shows in the Balkans.

Last edited 7 days ago by Ern
Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
8 days ago

“Voila”was my big favorite this year. And I am very happy that Barbara is coming back for some concerts in the Netherlands. I will try to buy tickets for one of their concert. I hope that she is feeling better soon from COVID.

Sot
Sot
8 days ago

Ok but does Barbara have any other songs to perform during the concerts or will she make some new?

Bimbamboom
Bimbamboom
8 days ago
Reply to  Sot

She plans to release her first album at the end of the summer. Also she already have 2 EP where you can listen to “Pas grandir”, “Personne d’autre que moi” or “Louis” among other which I strongly recommand you.

CyxCy
CyxCy
8 days ago

If “C’est vous qui décidez” returns for the next edition, I think that we will have contestants who are already a little better known to the public, who already have a career (like Chimène Badi and Emmanuel Moire during “Destination Eurovision “). But paradoxically, it will be even harder for them. Whoever our next contestant is, she/he’s going to be constantly compared to Barbara, whether it’s here in France or by audiences all over the world. With Amir, there was the possibility of saying “the goal is to make a better rank than Amir”, but there, the only way to… Read more »

Louka
Louka
8 days ago
Reply to  CyxCy

They said it will! And yeah the challenge will be high according to the fact they loudly expressed their ultimate goal : to bring the country’s 6th victory. I hope and I think it will attract more and more names to the competition, not necessarilly singers but composers and famous talented songwriters too. There are plethora of them who wrote for big big names in the French industry and that would bring even more diversity to the selection. Also, I don’t think the comparison with Barbara would be a big think at the moment the selected song is just true,… Read more »

Last edited 8 days ago by Louka
Azaad
Azaad
8 days ago
Reply to  CyxCy

Italy were the runner ups in the second most recent contest we had, and won the most recent one.

Grft
Grft
7 days ago
Reply to  CyxCy

I’d really prefer to have only « new artists » like last year than « famous people » like Chimene Badi, Emmanuel Moire or Bilal Hassani….

CyxCy
CyxCy
6 days ago
Reply to  Grft

Before “Destination Eurovision”, Bilal was not really known, apart from those who had seen him in The Voice and his community of fans, but it was absolutely not comparable with Chimène Badi (almost twenty years of career and ten albums) or Emmanuel Moire (about twenty years of career too and several successful musicals).  I’m not saying that I prefer well-established singers to new singers (moreover, being known is not enough, we missed a golden opportunity with world star Angunn with a bad song and weird staging). I’m just saying that with Barbara’s success, confirmed singers will be more tempted than… Read more »

ItaloV
ItaloV
8 days ago

i am very happy she is having these opportunities among nowadays uncertainties regarding covid and all this. even if her song wasn’t my cup of tea, she is very great at what she does, and she is going through Europe with her art, uniting people, which was from the beginning the main goal for Eurovision, so I am very happy with her success! voilá!

Alex
Alex
8 days ago

Voila is not doing as well as SHUM or Maneskin on charts (even in France) but her performance will always be remembered. She would’ve won in 2019, it’s all a matter of luck and good timing. Still, 2nd place is a victory for France and if they keep the momentum, France will win sooner or later.

About her tour: selling out the first Dutch show is great news!! She made quite an impression there and got the public’s 12pts!

She needs to add some more dates in France, Spain, Monaco, Switzerland and London.

Azaad
Azaad
8 days ago
Reply to  Alex

Voila comes alive in her live performance so it makes sense that she’d do well in the contest and sell out live venues whilst not slaying the charts.

Giolo
Giolo
7 days ago
Reply to  Azaad

Besides, Voilà is not a song for charts, but this does not mean people don’t like it.

Joe
Joe
8 days ago

She is an absolute superstar. Even if she didn’t win, her star is shining brighter than ever.