The appointment is made. French producer and DJ DJ Snake announced Thursday the organization of a "final concert" at the Stade de France on May 10, 2025. In a video published on his social networks, DJ Snake, alias William Grigahcine, stages himself strolling through the streets of Paris and even in transport, towards the Dionysian enclosure, all interspersed with images of his previous concerts, from the Olympia in 2016 to the Arena de La Défense in 2020, through his concert at the Parc des Princes in 2022.
The title "The Final Show" has aroused the curiosity of his fans, even concern. At 37 years old, DJ Snake is at the peak of his career; one by one, he has ticked off the biggest venues in France and has had a very successful career abroad. In 2017 and 2019, he played for the American festival Coachella and recently opened the night of the Superbowl in 2023, one of the most watched events on the planet with more than 115 million viewers. The only thing missing from his list is the opening ceremony of the 2024 Olympic Games. DJ Snake has been approached since Daft Punk refused to participate in the show directed by Thomas Jolly. Has the time come for him to unplug the turntables? Will this Final Show mark a turning point in his career? Or is it just a marketing pitch? The DJ didn't give an answer yet.
Pre-sales for the concert at the Stade de France scheduled in a year and a half will be open from Thursday at 10am. The general ticket office will open the next day at the same time.
Revealed with the track Turn Down For What in 2013 (more than a billion views on Youtube), the musician born in Paris has now become one of the most famous French artists in the world. He has nearly 34 million listeners per month on Spotify and no less than ten million followers on Instagram.