Psychédélices Tour

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Psychédélices Tour
Tour by Alizée
Alizee Psychedelices Tour - concert flier.jpg
Promotional poster for tour
Associated album Psychédélices
Start date 18 May 2008 (2008-05-18)
End date 25 June 2008 (2008-06-25)
No. of shows 1 in Europe
5 in North America
6 Total
Alizée concert chronology

The Psychédélices Tour began in 2008. Alizée promoted her album with the tour which was highly focused in Mexico, being one of the countries where Alizée has experienced most of her success. On 2008, she appeared in one performance in Russia and five in Mexico. The performance in Paris, France on Le Grand Rex was cancelled, making this the only tour by Alizée that had no venues in France. She returned to Mexico in 2009 for one concert for San Marcos Fair, where she appeared as an international guest. The follow up concert was not part of the actual tour and had only a partial song list performed.

Background & Development[edit]

In March 2008 Alizée visited Mexico for the first time on a short promotional tour. On 5 March she was supposed to hold the second-ever public autograph session of her career but it was cancelled due to problems with the store's security. Alizée held an improvised press conference to apologise to all her Mexican fans and to explain that it was not her fault.[1] Sony BMG Mexico also released a statement saying it was not Alizée's fault, that it was the store who had problems with the security, and that they did not expect so many people in attendance; fences had been broken and children were in danger. Alizée also promised to make amends by having another autograph session when she returned to the country on the following tour.[2] She also stated that her tour would start on 18 May in Moscow, followed by concerts in Mexico and then France.[3][4] She also commented that piracy in music has two sides "one good" and "one bad" saying that sometimes it's good because her music reaches places that she never thought to reach.[5] After the success of Alizée's tour in Mexico and in an attempt to amend the damage caused during her first promotional visit, Alizée announced an autograph session with fans on 26 June 2008 in Mexico City, over 300 CDs were signed and the record label executives of Sony BMG Mexico presented a Gold certification for shipments over 50,000 copies of Psychédélices – Tour Edition.[6] A new cover singing in Mexico was Madonna's cover, "La Isla Bonita"; it has gone on to become Alizée's first top ten on the airplay chart.[7]

Following the success of Alizée En Concert and Psychédélices in Mexico, Alizée's former music label, Universal Music released a compilation album, titled Tout Alizée.[8] The compilation, which is a Mexico-only release, consists of 15 tracks (with 4 remixes) from her first two studio albums. It is augmented with a bonus DVD featuring some of her music videos. The compilation debuted to #62 on the Mexican Top 100 Albums Chart and #20 on the Mexican International Top 20 Albums Chart.[9][10]



  1. "Lilly Town
  2. "Fifty-Sixty
  3. "Mon Taxi Driver
  4. "Idealiser
  5. "Par les Paupières
  6. "Moi... Lolita
  7. "Hey! Amigo!
  8. "Jamais Plus
  9. "J'en ai marre!
  10. "The Sound of Silence
  11. "L'Effet
  12. "Amélie m'a dit
  13. "Lonely List
  14. "L'Alizé
  15. "99 Luftballons
  16. "J'ai pas vingt ans
  17. "Décollage
  18. "Mademoiselle Juliette
  19. "Psychédélices


  1. "Fifty-Sixty


  1. "Lilly Town
  2. "Mademoiselle Juliette
  3. "Mon Taxi Driver
  4. "J'en ai marre!
  5. "Jamais Plus
  6. "Moi... Lolita
  7. "Par Les Paupières
  8. "Fifty-Sixty
  9. "Lonely List
  10. "J'ai pas vingt ans
  11. "The Sound of Silence
  12. "L'Effet
  13. "La Isla Bonita
  14. "Hey! Amigo!
  15. "Décollage
  16. "Psychédélices


  1. "J'en ai marre!


Date City Country Venue
18 May 2008 Moscow Russia Opera Theatre
June 17, 2008 Mexico City Mexico Auditorio Nacional
June 18, 2008
June 20, 2008 Guadalajara Auditorio Telmex
June 21, 2008 Puebla Auditorio Siglo XXI
June 25, 2008 Monterrey Arena Monterrey
Cancelled Concerts
Date City Country Venue Extra Info
22 June 2008 Queretaro Mexico - Announced but never on sale.[11]
23 June 2008 Leon Mexico - Announced but never on sale.[12]
11 September 2008 Nantes France - Announced but never on sale.[13]
12 September 2008 Brussels Belgium Cirque Royal Announced but never on sale.[13]
13 September 2008 Liège Belgium Le Forum Announced but never on sale.[13]
28 March 2009 Paris France Le Grand Rex First re-scheduled two weeks before the concert (original date was 23 October 2008).[12]
Finally cancelled.[14]


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