Record attendance in sight at Matmut Atlantique on Saturday, June 4! It is no longer a custom for footballers to walk the grass that evening. The Indochine group will light the bays to celebrate its anniversary tour, slightly delayed due to Covid-19. Nicola Sirkis will not be the only one to celebrate their 40-year career. More than 53,000 people are anticipated. This is the largest attendance recorded in the enclosure to this date.

Bordeaux Metropole, TBM, TBM, the Prefecture and SBA (Bordeaux Atlantique Stadium) have created a plan for adapted mobility to avoid chaos and ensure smooth circulation. These are some highlights…

It has been designed to be a fan zone. It will open at 3:15 p.m. Access to the lawn will open at 6 p.m. The gates will close for the stands at 6:15 p.m.

The Nantes group Mansfield will provide the first part. TYA will start at 7:45 p.m. The Indochine concert will officially kick off at 8:50 p.m.

It seems more important than ever to think about public transport. Shuttles are available on lines A, B and C. They depart from the Cite du vin and the Gare de Cenon stops for the first. They will be available from 3:00 p.m. The frequency of trams has been increased.

Scooters and bikes will be the most popular choice for the most athletic. They will have free and protected parking.

The exhibition center car park is open for those who wish to travel to Matmut Atlantique in their own vehicle. It will be available from 8 a.m. It will cost 12 euros in presale until the day before on the website and 15 euros on site. On presentation of the sticker, people with disabilities can park free of charge and without any reservation.