Currently touring both to promote his new album Retrospective, as well as the 50th anniversary of the release of his seminal album Sunshine Superman, Scottish troubadour Donovan will play the legendary Paris venue Olympia on June 11th.

Although it was originally founded to serve as a "théâtre de variétés" in the late 19th century, the music hall has ever since welcomed both French and international artists, and served as a stage for countless historical moments, from the Beatles' early '64 residency (where they first learned they were number 1 in the US) to Eagles of Death Metal's emotional show earlier this year, where they finished the infamous Bataclan gig.

Donovan will be playing the set of a lifetime, with hits such as 'Colours', 'Catch The Wind', 'Jennifer Juniper', 'Sunshine Superman', and 'Atlantis', making the cut and reminding us why he is still such a legend. He'll also be playing a couple of UK festivals later in July, but if you're into seeing him in a more intimate yet ultra-grand ambience, this is your chance; book a weekend on the other side of the channel and check out more information here.