A nice success. The “2023 Enfoirés, un Jour, Toujours” concert, offered by Les Restos du cœur, attracted 8.1 million viewers on TF1 on Friday, or 40% audience share, up slightly from 2022, according to Médiamétrie figures quoted by TF1 and published this Saturday.
With a peak audience of 8.6 million viewers and an increase of 100,000 viewers (eight million in 2022), it “allows TF1 to achieve its best audience, and more broadly the best television audience since the start of the year,” according to the channel. However, far from the audiences of 2019 (8.9 million viewers), 2017 (10.1 million), 2016 (11.6 million) or even 2015 (11.4 million), still according to figures from Médiamétrie.
Mentissa and Germain Louvet answered the call
Bringing together some of the faithful who responded to Coluche’s call in 1985, around fifty artists took part in this 2023 edition, toured at the start of the year in Lyon, with new faces such as Sofia Essaïdi and Mentissa, sportsmen Antoine Dupont and Esteban Ocon or the dancer Germain Louvet.
The proceeds collected thanks to this show allow the Restos du Coeur to help the most disadvantaged by offering them meals. A CD or DVD of the concert purchased is equivalent to 17 meals offered to Restos du Coeur, which is organizing its 38th major national collection this weekend in stores.
Les Enfoirés represent approximately 10% of the resources of the Restos du Coeur each year. The 2022 edition, when it had once again taken place without an audience due to a health crisis, had made it possible to finance the equivalent of 12 million meals, according to the association.