Matahari World Tour 2021
Matahari World Tour 2021
In response to health and safety concerns, L’Imperatrice at the Fox Theater scheduled for March 17, 2021 is postponed. Please note that this show was originally scheduled for April 16, 2020.
We are actively working to reschedule this show to a future time period. We hope to have that information to you soon. If you have purchased tickets for the original date, your tickets will be honored at the rescheduled date. Should you be unable to attend the new date, please return to place of purchase within 30 days of rescheduled date announcement. Please check back on our website, APEConcerts.com, for the latest information and status of the show.
This event is all ages.
$27.50 – General Admission Floor
$27.50 – Reserved Balcony
*plus applicable service fees
For an additional $50.00, you can opt in to upgrade your experience to include access to the exclusive Telegraph Room before, during and after the show! Please note all Telegraph Room upgrades are subject to availability.
Join us at The Den one hour before doors for food & drinks!
All doors & show times subject to change.
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L’Impératrice’s debut album arrived in 2018 with all the pomp and circumstance of a coronation. “Impératrice” is French for “Empress”, and if their moniker is the most difficult thing to grasp for anglophones, then musically there’s nothing that doesn’t translate. The Parisians draw from a range of genres, from 70s space disco to downtempo 90s synth pop, taking in French film composers like François de Roubaix and Michel Legrand along the way. “Albums that sold 500 copies in the 1970s are the records that interest us most,” they say. Matahari is a glittering, cinematic summation of six years hard work that draws on some of the finest found sounds and forgotten sonic fandangos hiding in crates across the land, all given L’Impératrice’s own inimitable 21st-century twist.
Then came a first glimpse of the long-awaited album in 2017 -with ‘Erreur 404’ -a lead single that juxtaposes silky, almost simplistic French synthpop with a barbed lyric (the deliciously impertinent “bon voyage imbécile” line is a highlight). L’Impératrice make writing radio-friendly earworms look easy, and the French have been voting with their feet in a positive way, both on the dancefloor and at gigs. A show at La Cigale, a 2,000 capacity venue with an illustrious history in the 18eme arrondissement of Paris, recently sold out within two weeks.
Subtle yet majestic, L’Impératrice have a bright future in the republic, though if the six-headed beast is to become real French musical royalty then they’ll have to watch theirtêtes. In fairness, Boisseguin hasn’t put a foot wrong since he threw in the day job six years ago. If L’Impératrice’s stealthy rise to pre-eminence has all been part of the plan at home, then you wouldn’t rule out la domination du monde being on the cards in the future.