Immersed in the Johnny Hallyday universe. Five years after the death of Taulier on December 5, 2017 at the age of 74, the rocker is still present in the minds of his fans. After a series of tributes, including the broadcast of the unpublished documentary on M6, his widow Laeticia Hallyday unveiled this Tuesday, December 20, the exhibition dedicated to the singer in Belgium.
The day before, during a presentation to the press, the mother of Jade and Joy Hallyday revealed her major project in a space of nearly 3,000 m, in Brussels, at Palais 2. At the heart of this immersive journey, “you are immersed in scenographic installations that make you relive the life of the singer”, can we read on the official site. This exhibition in this unique place in the shape of a giant guitar is full of surprises.
Among the pieces to discover during the opening, “you will have the opportunity to visit Johnny’s office in Marnes-la-Coquette and discover thousands of archive images, his stage costumes, his guitars as well as many strong testimonials and little-known anecdotes. The opportunity to live a unique experience to rediscover the Idol of young people”, also specifies the media.
Between personal archives and concert memories, Johnny’s big fans will not miss this meeting to be closer to their idol. But, to have the chance to visit this exhibition which is held until June 15, 2013, you will have to pay 22.50 euros, otherwise the price of 15 euros (for young people aged 19-25) and 12 euros (for your children and grandchildren aged 6 to 18). Note that subscriptions and family packs for more than 50 euros are also on sale, allowing you to browse the exhibition with the voice of Jean Reno in your audio guide.
It’s not all numbers. According to information from the newspaper Le Parisien, this major “big budget” project guided by Laeticia Hallyday and her team would have cost 8.5 million euros. Enough to augur a huge success for this event with the public. “We have already sold 20,000 tickets. And we have options to run it in France, Switzerland and Quebec,” says Benoît Ramiche, the boss of Tempora, to our colleagues.
Before you can visit the Johnny Hallyday exhibition in France, which will be held in Paris at the Parc des Expositions in January 2024, Planet reveals some images of the museum in the slideshow below. Follow the guide and enjoy your visit!