The Automobile Club de l’Ouest and its partner, Le Mans Stadium, organisers of the special concert initially scheduled for the MMArena, have decided to move the show to the very heart of the circuit and the stage near the Dunlop bridge on Friday 15 June. Thanks to Le Mans Stadium’s support, Jamiroquai is to top the bill in what is now a real festival of music at the circuit for 24 Hours fans with a Race Week General Enclosure pass.
The ACO already gave pass holders an extra treat last year. It offered racegoers free access to the 24 Hours Museum. That was a huge success and will get a repeat this year.
The concerts are one of the highlights of this year’s Race Week. There will be four musical soirées at the circuit including Arcadian, revealed in Season 5 of the French version of The Voice on Wednesday, iconic British group Dr Feelgood on Thursday, Scottish rock band Texas on Saturday, and now the big Jamiroquai gig on Friday. Holders of a Race Week General Enclosure pass score a very special concert at no extra cost.
Jamiroquai is to top the bill in what is now a real festival of music at the circuit
Meanwhile, anyone who has a ticket for the Jamiroquai concert at MMArena can ask for a refund or can use the ticket to attend the concert (standing only) in the 24 Hours circuit enclosure. If they go for the second option, they will also be able to enjoy the world’s greatest endurance race and see all the other concerts at the circuit!
Jay Kay of Jamiroquai is a passionate motorsport fan. He is a regular guest in the Formula 1 paddock. His latest appearance was at Ferrari during the weekend of the Azerbaijan Grand prix.
— Jamiroquai (@JamiroquaiHQ) April 30, 2018