DJ Snake’s “Final Show” Sold 80,000 Tickets in Just Three Minutes
80,000 people will be on-hand for what could ultimately be DJ Snake's last performance.
Snake recently announced a massive concert at Paris' Stade de France, the national stadium of France, where he will headline on May 10th, 2025. The show sold out in three minutes, he revealed today.
But the prodigious scope of the event isn't the root of its fanfare. That would be its billing as "The Final Show," which has led many to believe the French electronic music superstar is hanging up his headphones in 2025. Snake, however, has remained cryptic since announcing the concert two weeks ago.
What the immediate future holds for Snake remains to be seen, but if you're one of the 80,000 to purchase a ticket to his event at Stade de France, you're most likely going to witness EDM history. The size of the concert's crowd would double that of his 2020 headlining show at the Paris La Défense Arena, which broke the record for the largest single-day electronic music event in European history.
Fans reeling from the idea of Snake's retirement can find solace in at least one more album, which he announced he was recording back in March. He has not yet revealed a title or release date at the time of writing.
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