|Tour by Mylène Farmer
|Monkey Me Bleu Noir
|7 September 2013
|6 December 2013
|No. of shows
|39 in Europe
|Mylène Farmer concert chronology
Timeless(stylized as Timel3ss) was the sixth concert tour by French recording artist, Mylène Farmer. The tour supported the singer's ninth studio album, Monkey Me (2012). The tour began on 7 September 2013 and ended on 3 December 2013. It played 39 shows in five countries, performing for over 500,000 people.
The following setlist was obtained from the concert held on 7 September 2013; at the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy in Paris, France. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.
|7 September 2013
|Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
|8 September 2013
|10 September 2013
|11 September 2013
|13 September 2013
|14 September 2013
|17 September 2013
|18 September 2013
|20 September 2013
|21 September 2013
|24 September 2013
|Halle Tony Garnier
|25 September 2013
|27 September 2013
|28 September 2013
|1 October 2013
|2 October 2013
|5 October 2013
|8 October 2013
|Zénith de Nantes Métropole
|9 October 2013
|11 October 2013
|12 October 2013
|15 October 2013
|Zénith de Strasbourg
|16 October 2013
|18 October 2013
|SEG Geneva Arena
|19 October 2013
|27 October 2013
|1 November 2013
|4 November 2013
|13 November 2013
|15 November 2013
|16 November 2013
|20 November 2013
|22 November 2013
|23 November 2013
|26 November 2013
|Zénith de Toulouse Métropole
|27 November 2013
|30 November 2013
|3 December 2013
|6 December 2013
The concerts in Lyon were recorded for a concert film and live album.The live album, Timeless 2013 was released on December 9, 2013. The concert film, Timeless 2013: Le Film was screened in more than one hundred cinemas across France, Belgium and Switzerland on 27 March 2014.
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