From November 15th to 17th, the Forum d’Avignon will celebrate culture through a series of conferences and round tables, with the aim to find reasons to be hopeful about the future. But culture is also about entertainment and the organizers have invited a legend of the international electronic scene for a free concert on the [...]
On Sunday, September 2, 2012, at the Stade de France, Coldplay put on an amazing show for their fans. The 80,000 spectators in attendance witnessed an incredible performance, with a set list featuring the band’s biggest hits, as well as a number of tracks from their latest album, Mylo Xyloto, which has already sold more [...]
On Thursday, July 12, the Orange RockCorps volunteers received their well-deserved reward for giving up 4 hours of their time to help a charity: an exclusive concert organized just for them at the Zénith de Paris arena. The line-up included French rap group, 1995, English duo, The Ting Tings, French R&B singer, Shym, and the [...]
We’re almost through the group stages of UEFA Euro 2012 and there’s lot of exciting football to come on the road to the final in Kyiv on July 1st.
Roland Garros 2012 is over for another year ! After two weeks, which once again ended with victory in the men’s competition for Rafael Nadal, his seventh to be exact, it’s time to take a look back at this latest edition.
Although England’s opening Euro 2012 match against France ended in a tasteless 1-1 draw, Orange Digital UK’s Mike Dale believes it was a satisfying result for Roy Hodgson and his men...
Written by guest blogger Jeff Livingstone, inbedwithmaradona.com For a short while it really didn’t look too promising. All the years of planning, building, painting and general polishing (see what I did there?) of Poland’s capital city looked a little pointless. With the eyes of Europe (and a sizeable chunk of the world) on Warsaw, the opening ceremony of Euro 2012 looked set to be a washout.
Partner to the French Open in Roland Garros, Orange was at the heart of all the action during the two weeks of tennis frenzy in Paris.
Written by guest blogger Tomasz Topa, tomasz.topa.pl I'm over 23 000 ft. above the ground, on a plane, going back home after Friday’s UEFA Euro 2012 opening match. Not even here can I forget that Euro 2012 has just started in Poland and everyone's crazy about it. In the most positive way there could be.
It looks like there is going to be a wonderful atmosphere for the European Championships. For several days now, it is as if Poland has been celebrating a national holiday. White and red flags are on display everywhere you look, and many drivers have them mounted on their cars.