Lisa of BLACKPINK to take center stage at iconic Crazy Horse Cabaret in Paris 


International K-pop sensation and BLACKPINK star Lisa Manobal is poised to enthrall audiences at Paris’ iconic Crazy Horse cabaret club. The 26-year-old chart-topper is set to headline a series of five exclusive performances at the legendary French establishment, nestled on Avenue George V, from September 28 to September 30. 

Lisa’s scintillating shows promise an amalgamation of solo acts and routines in collaboration with Crazy Horse’s resident troupe. The performances will feature original numbers drawn from the cabaret’s illustrious repertoire, including fan favorites ‘Crisis? What Crisis?’ and ‘But I Am a Good Girl.’ 

Crazy Horse enthusiastically announced the forthcoming shows with the statement, “Come and discover Lisa transformed into a ‘Crazy Girl,’ performing original Crazy Horse Paris acts, including the classics ‘But I am a Good Girl’ and ‘Crisis? What Crisis?’” 

Lisa joins a storied list of guest stars who have graced the Crazy Horse stage, including prominent names like Beyoncé, Frederick Wiseman, Pamela Anderson, Dita Von Teese, and Aubade. These luminaries have contributed to the establishment’s enduring legacy. 

Tickets for these highly anticipated performances are now available through the Crazy Horse website. They are priced at €250 per ticket, with a maximum limit of 10 tickets per transaction. 

Adding an air of mystery to Lisa’s solo performances is the strict prohibition of photography and video recording for social media sharing, further enhancing the exclusivity and intimacy of the shows. These restrictions are set to make Lisa’s performances a unique and unforgettable experience reserved for the fortunate ticket holders. 

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK, a group including Jisoo, Jennie, and Rosé, recently delighted fans with an animated music video for their latest single, ‘The Girls.’ This track is part of the soundtrack for their mobile game, ‘BLACKPINK The Game.’ 

BLACKPINK’s ‘Born Pink’ tour, which spanned a year, is drawing to a close with two final concerts in Seoul scheduled for September 16 and 17. 

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