TDA 5th anniversary party

YOYO - Palais de Tokyo


Last Thursday night was the party, the big one, for the 5 years of Tête d’Affiche, acronym TDA. Pretty logical, when you know that the booking agency is of all, and this for half a decade.

The band took turns at the turntables until dawn, in the festive theatre of the Palais de Tokyo recently inaugurated during the week of the Parisian parades, from Anja to Eddie, passing by Pierre Matthieu, Philippe Manoeuvre, Cédric Couvez, and Peter Pan, without forgetting the Father founder of the precious formation, Greg Boust.

To complete the picture of this big anniversary bacchanal: projections, vdjing, and a plethora of visual effects highlighted the evening, starting with the abundant light system of the place, which sends laser all over the place like one threads glasses of rosé on the terraces of Cap Ferret (summer districts of the TDA crew, editor’s note).

From the top of the neon-covered mezzanine, to the top of the long staircase that runs along the ultra-wave pit, the label’s “super guests” – as indicated on the bracelet – gathered to blow out the five candles. For better or for worse, against all odds. Happy birthday, TDA!

Photos: Virgile Guinard
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