American Band, Eagles of Death Metal will return to Paris this week to finish their concert that was ended abruptly, when terrorist gunmen opened fire in the concert hall.
The band will perform at the Olympia Hall on Tuesday for a sell-out crowd, which includes many survivors of the Bataclan massacre three months ago.
Psychologists will mingle with people in the crowd in the advent that they suffer flashbacks of the tragic incident, in which terrorists stormed the building and massacred concert goers as the band played on the stage.
Georges Salines, 58, will attend in the place of his daughter, Lola, who was killed in the tragedy, in the hopes that relieving the final moments of her life may help him come to terms with her loss.
One of the survivors Maureen Roussel, admits that she doesn’t know how she will react when the band returns to the city this week.
Another survivor of the Bataclan massacre said he was not sure if he could bear to go, even though he has tickets to see the American band.
The Paris concert will hold at the Olympia concert hall, but Eagles of Death Metal have made a special request; they would like to be the first to play at the Bataclan when it reopens – planned for the end of 2016.
All of those who were at the November concert have been invited to Tuesday’s gig, which will not generate any profit.