SALINE ROYALE D’ARC-ET-SENANS ARC-ET-SENANS FRANCE
FIRST HALF: 5am, Rattle That Lock, Faces of Stone, Wish You Were Here, What Do You Want From Me, A Boat Lies Waiting, The Blue, Money, Us and Them, In Any Tongue, High Hopes
SECOND HALF: One of These Days, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Fat Old Sun, Coming Back To Life, On an Island, The Girl In the Yellow Dress, Today, Sorrow, Run Like Hell
ENCORE:Time, Breathe (Reprise), Comfortably Numb
Tickets (On sale 5 Feb)
Capacity: Depends on seat configuration(19,000)
Address: Saline Royale d’Arc-et-Senans Grande Rue 25610 Arc-et-Senans
The Saline Royale (Royal Saltworks) is a historical building at Arc-et-Senans in the department of Doubs, eastern France. It is next to the Forest of Chaux and about 35 kilometers from Besançon. The architect was Claude-Nicolas Ledoux (1736–1806), a prominent Parisian architect of the time. The work is an important example of an early Enlightenment project in which the architect based his design on a philosophy that favored arranging buildings according to a rational geometry and a hierarchical relation between the parts of the project. The Institut Claude-Nicolas Ledoux has taken on the task of conservator and is managing the site as a monument. UNESCO added the “Salines Royales” to its List of World Heritage Sites in 1982.