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Lagardère Live Entertainment confirmed its position as a major player in the live performance sector in 2023, with revenue exceeding the previous record set in 2019.

The company recorded an increase in the number of performances hosted in its venues (533 in 2023, compared with 488 in 2022).

L Production saw three major tours in the year (Matthieu Chedid, Florent Pagny, Kev Adams) as well as the emergence of new talent (Stéphane, Malo’, Hoshi, Ilyes Djadel). It also continued to develop the international licence for Les Choristes (China, Spain, Canada).Lastly, since it was acquired in May 2023, Euterpe Promotion has hosted 188 shows, including several stadium concerts by international stars like Muse, Depeche Mode, The Weeknd and Mylène Farmer.

Lagardère Live Entertainment also confirmed its commitment to CSR during the year, with the launch of ISO 20121 certification (the benchmark standard for sustainable events) for Arkéa Arena, the introduction of sensory kits at all venues for audiences with sensory difficulties, automatic monitoring of fluid consumption and the completion of several carbon audits.

In 2024, Lagardère Live Entertainment is expected to host a record number of shows in its venues. In addition, business at L Productions is expected to remain in line with 2023, while Euterpe Promotion will be fully integrated into Lagardère Live Entertainment and will continue its development.