Bruno Pelletier will celebrate Miserere’s 25th anniversary on stage. The singer will begin a special tour during which he will revisit his flagship album, which sold 250,000 copies.
Bruno Pelletier will visit some thirty cities during this tour, which will begin on February 9 in Drummondville and will stretch until May 19, in Thetford Mines. The interpreter will stop in particular in Quebec, Rimouski, Saguenay, Terrebonne, Laval, Saint-Jérôme, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield and Gatineau. A performance at the Théâtre Maisonneuve in Montreal is planned. Tickets go on sale Friday at musicorspectacles.com.
On stage, Bruno Pelletier will be accompanied by Kim Richardson, the Esca string quartet and five musicians. Note that the album Miserere, which includes the songs Aime, Ou que tu sois and J’oublie ma folie, was released in 1997. The tour will therefore be launched 27 years after its release.